[Green Party] councillor Lawrence Hemmings, for Donaghmede, Dublin 13, tweetz:
Bicycle locked. Deliveroo bag ready for the day’s work. The new working homeless.
Government is failing to deliver public and affordable housing and failing to control rents.
On the door of The (now closed) Tripod on Upper Hatch Street Dublin 2..
(Pic: Oisín Kane)
Tie our kangaroo down, sport.
*thwack of boomerang on back of skull*
Should you be eating (at) your desk today.
As you may know Broadsheet and Deliveroo are affiliate partners in an audacious scheme whereby you enjoy tasty food, Deliveroo gets your valuable custom and we pick up the crumbs.
Those crumbs are then used to provide nutrition for our hosting provider. The provider then regurgitates the crumbs and You get the picture.
Click on the widget below or here.
Inter species hook-up: the mascot that brings pleasure to thousands, and Chompsky (left).
You may notice some advertising
for a change for Deliveroo on the ‘sheet?
That’s because Broadsheet are the FIRST Irish website to become an affiliate partner with Deliveroo.
The deal means that
it’s the last throw of the dice let’s face it Deliveroo will pay the ‘sheet for every reader that uses their service.
The more you eat the more we eat.
We take a sip of your milkshake. You drink the majority of it.
Are we disrupting the online advertising industry and indeed supply side economic theory or are we…hey, are you eating/having that?
Stevan Popovic, Affiliate Partnerships Manager at Deliveroo, sez:
“We’re very excited to be working with Broadsheet.ie as an affiliate partner, our first one in Ireland. We’re always looking to work with local partners and are always producing content with a distinctly Irish flavour and humour. We look forward to a flourishing partnership.”
*looks up meaning of ‘affiliate’*
Any Broadsheet readers (in Ireland or the UK) inclined to use our affiliate Deliveroo should click in the image below or this link.
Earn as you cycle.
Sandra, at Deliveroo, writes:
We are holding a cyclists hiring day this Friday from 10am to 5pm. As we are getting busy we need to hire a lot of couriers to help us deliver delicious food around Dublin City. Those who can’t make it on the day can apply online here
No cash, favours, free drop-offs, etc were given for this post although Deliveroo has advertised on the ‘sheet.
Deliveroo, the online-based food delivery service (and this week’s broadsheet sponsor), has
finally officially opened in Cork.
The website and app allows users to order food from local restaurants around the city delivered in an average of 32 minutes.
To celebrate, THREE Broadsheet readers will get €50 worth of Deliveroo credit.
To enter, simply complete this sentence…
‘During the average 32-minute wait for Deliveroo I like to_____________________________’
Lines MUST close at 5.45pm.