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Please Note: If you have a question or request for our editorial group, use the Contact Form instead of publishing it as a story. The newswire is for news and not discussion on editorial policy. This takes place on the open lists and using the form will bring the matter to the attention of the editorial group in a much speedier fashion.

Step 1: Choose Number of Attachments (optional)   Collapse/Expand
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Step 2: Input the Basic Contents - Required
Enter your name or pseudonym Anonymous pseudonyms are allowed but please do not abuse them. Impersonating others or adopting many different names to make it appear as if there are many different people who support your view are both considered abusive. This rarely works and is just a good way to discredit your arguments. Impersonation is considered grounds for removal according to our editorial guidelines
The Organisation to which the author belongs (if any) It is often a good idea to let people know of any significant political or organisational affiliations that you may have in a debate.
Enter the title of your contribution (keep it short and to the point) Do not use ALL-CAPITALS If your contribution's title is too long, it may be abbreviated in our headlines listings so remember that brevity helps everybody!
Story Subtitle
The sub-title of the story Witty or startling subtitles are often a good way of catching a reader's attention.
Story Summary
An introductory paragraph to the story The story summary should generally cover the essential questions of the situation - who, why, what , when how. The body can expand on these points. The summary will be the part of the story that is seen or our newswire pages - so the more interesting it is the more likely people are to read the whole story.
HTML You are allowed to input simple HTML into this field. You are allowed to use the following tags: <strong>, <small>, <em>, <b>, <u>, <ul>, <ol>, <li>, <p>, <blockquote>

The full contents of your contribution If your contribution is long, you should think about typing it into a text editor first and then cut and pasting the contents into this box.
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Step 3: Categorise Your Story - Required
Please categorise your article so that it will be easy to find on the site. Please try to be as accurate as possible - do not choose categories that you think will make your article more prominent if they are not appropriate - you may find that it gets removed altogether instead. If you can't find suitable categories then perhaps consider that your piece may not be appropriate for submission to the newswire.

Note: You can use the "Other Press" type to post links to articles from other sites, or news about other media. However for "other press" stories we ask that you provide a link and brief synopsis or extract. Do not copy and paste entire articles.

Story TypeStory Region
Please select the type of story that you're posting  
If the article is already available on the internet, you can use the Other Press type to post links to articles from other sites, or news about other media. However for other press stories we ask that you provide a link and an original brief introduction. Do not cut and paste entire articles - they will be removed and you may find yourself banned from publishing if you repeatedly publish non-original material. 
Event Notices should be notices about events that are open to the public and are located in Ireland. If you select the Event Notice type, please specify the date of the event for the events calendar. 
Press Releases should contain some newsworthy information. A politician or organisation just advertising their existance is not newsworthy. 
Opinion / Analysis pieces should contain some original and properly argued material. An individual announcing that they don't or do like something or other is not appropriate - please put some effort into it. 
News Reports should contain information about something that is both recent (or hasn't been extensively covered elsewhere) and of interest to the public.

The more precise you are with your choice of region, the more visible it will be. Do not select national or international if they are not appropriate as they will actually make your story harder to find and could lead to your story being removed
Story LanguageStory Topic
please select the language of your story
If you cant find an exact topic, choose the one closest to it.
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Step 5: Legal Stuff - Required
Accept Terms And Conditions
By ticking this box I accept all the above referenced terms and conditions which means that all content I am about to publish is free for non-commercial reuse, reprint, and rebroadcast on the internet and elsewhere, unless I have explicitly stated otherwise in the text of my content.
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