«Nasha Gazeta» (Our newspaper)

The first and only Russian language newspaper in Ireland since 2001.

“Nasha gazeta” is first source for 90000 Russian-speaking community in Ireland.

“Nasha Gazeta” available in East European grocery shops, as well free in The Embassy of Russian Federation in Ireland, Russian Orthodox Church and community groups, also at events for Russianspeakers in Ireland.


The first issue of “Nasha Gazeta” printed in November 2001.


According to statistics, there are more than 90000 Russian-speaking immigrants in Ireland from all 15 former Soviet Union countries and Eastern Bloc countries.

There is also a growing interest to Russian language and culture in Ireland. In addition, Russia has been one of the top donor countries for Irish adoptions. Many Irish charities are active in Russia, Belarus and other CIS states. The potential for business between Russia and Ireland has also been highlighted.


“Nasha Gazeta” is an independent publication. Its main purpose is to inform Russian-speaking immigrants about life in Ireland. The newspaper is also a forum for communication among members of Ireland’s Russian speaking community.

Major topics: Irish news, Russian community news, legal information, classifieds and commercial advertising.

Preview available http://issuu.com/russianireland

Web: www.russianireland.com and www.nashagazeta.com, monthly visitors – 30000, page views 90000.

Social: Facebook @NashaGazetaRussianIreland 9000 subscribers, Twitter @russianireland 400 followers,

www.instagram.com/nashagazeta/  600 followers, ok.ru/nashagazeta 650 members, vk.com/NashaGazetaRussianIreland 350 members, my.mail.ru/russianireland/ 21 members.

Telegramm chanel https://t.me/s/russianirelandNashaGazeta

E-mail newsletter:  More than 800 subscribers

Web:monthly visitors – 30000, page views 80000. Banners advertising available in sizes 729x90pix, 300x600pix, and 300x300pix





2012 METRO ÉIREANN MEDIA & MULTICULTURAL AWARDS (MAMA) WINNERS ANNOUNCED. PIC SHOWS: Chinedu Onyejelem, editor of Metro Eireann with Sergey Tartutin, editor of Nasha Gazeta, a weekly newspaper for Ireland’s Russian-speaking communities, which won the print media award for contributing to the integration of Russian speakers by informing them about key issues concerning life in Ireland. WEDS 28-11-12.