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List of newspapers in the Republic of Ireland

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Below is a list of newspapers published in Ireland.

English-language newspapers

Daily newspapers

Title Market type Print time Location Format Circulation
Irish Independent National – tabloid Morning Dublin Compact 90,052
The Irish Times National – quality Morning Dublin Broadsheet 62,185
The Irish Sun National – tabloid Morning Dublin Tabloid 56,339
The Herald National – tabloid Evening Dublin Tabloid 40,847
Irish Daily Star National – tabloid Morning Dublin Tabloid 44,536
Irish Daily Mirror National – tabloid Morning Dublin Tabloid 35,433
Irish Daily Mail National – tabloid Morning Dublin Tabloid 44,041
Irish Examiner National – quality Morning Cork Broadsheet 30,089
  • Circulation figures provided by the Audit Bureau of Circulations; average sales in the Republic of Ireland.

Evening newspapers

Title Market type Print time Location Format Circulation
Evening Echo Regional – tabloid Evening Cork Tabloid 10,270
  • Circulation figures provided by the Audit Bureau of Circulations; average sales in the Republic of Ireland.

Sunday newspapers

Title Market type Location Format Circulation
Sunday Independent National – tabloid Dublin Broadsheet 180,833
Sunday World National – tabloid Dublin Tabloid 101,874
The Sunday Times National – quality Dublin Broadsheet 81,925
Irish Mail on Sunday National – tabloid Dublin Tabloid 68,609
The Irish Sun on Sunday National – tabloid Dublin Tabloid 52,412
The Irish Sunday Mirror National – tabloid Dublin Tabloid 24,056
The Sunday Business Post National – quality Dublin Broadsheet 28,111
Irish People National – tabloid Dublin Tabloid 8,945
  • Circulation figures provided by the Audit Bureau of Circulations; average sales in the Republic of Ireland.

Local newspapers

Carlow

Cavan

Clare

Cork

  • The Avondhu[3] – North-East Cork and neighbouring areas of Limerick, Tipperary, Waterford
  • Ballincollig News[4] – Free tabloid monthly newspaper for Ballincollig, County Cork, sister publication of Bishopstown News
  • Bishopstown News[5] – Free monthly newspaper for the Western Suburbs (mainly Bishopstown and Wilton) of Cork City
  • The Carrigdhoun – Carrigaline and South-East Cork
  • Cork Independent – free Cork city and county based weekly newspaper
  • The Cork News – free Cork city based weekly newspaper, launched 18 September 2009[6]
  • The Corkman[7] – primarily North County Cork circulation
  • The Douglas Post – weekly magazine for Douglas, Cork
  • East Cork Journal[8] – launched September 2007
  • Evening Echo[9] – Cork local, daily, free ads
  • The Mallow Star – sister paper of the Vale Star
  • Midleton News[10] – A4 size fortnightly newspaper for Midleton County Cork, sister publication of Youghal News, originally free, now retails for one Euro
  • The Muskerry News[11] – free 40-page A4 monthly newspaper for the Ballincollig and Blarney area
  • The North City News[12] – free-40 page A4 monthly newspaper for the Northside suburbs of the city of Cork
  • The Opinion (formerly The Bandon Opinion) – monthly magazine for West Cork
  • The Southern Star[13] – primarily West Cork circulation
  • The Vale Star – Charleville and surrounding Cork-Limerick border area
  • West Cork People[14] – free monthly newspaper for West Cork, 9,000 copies
  • Youghal News[15] – free A4 size fortnightly newspaper for Youghal County Cork

Donegal

Dublin

Galway

Kerry

Kildare

Kilkenny

Laois

Leitrim

Limerick

  • Limerick Chronicle – Republic of Ireland's oldest paper[citation needed]
  • Limerick Independent[28] – free paper
  • Limerick Leader – for all the Mid-West, i.e. Limerick, Clare, North Tipperary
  • Limerick Post – free paper
  • Vale Star – South and East Limerick and North Cork based
  • Weekly Observer – West Limerick based

Longford

Louth

Mayo

Meath

Monaghan

  • The Northern Standard

Offaly

Roscommon

Sligo

Tipperary

Waterford

Westmeath

Wexford

Wicklow

  • Wicklow Voice – freesheet published every Friday, most popular, lifestyle in design delivering Bray to Arklow
  • The Bray People – tabloid published every Wednesday, aimed at Bray and North County Wicklow
  • North Wicklow Times – freesheet published every Tuesday
  • South Wicklow Times – freesheet published every Tuesday
  • Wicklow People – tabloid published every Wednesday, aimed at Wicklow Town, Arklow and South and West County Wicklow

Political party newspapers

Pan-regional

  • The Avondhu – covers North East Cork, West Waterford, South Limerick and South Tipperary
  • The Munster Express – covers the South East
  • The Nationalist & Munster Advertiser
  • Northwest Express – covers the 8 Northwest counties

University newspapers

Cork

Dublin

Galway

Limerick

Minority newspapers

(See also below in Foreign-language newspapers)

Online

Other

Defunct

Daily

Sunday and weekly

Regional

  • Athlone Voice
  • Ballymun Concrete News
  • The Cashel Advertiser
  • The Cashel Gazette
  • The Cavan Echo
  • The Cavan Voice
  • The Clonmel Chronicle
  • The Clonmel Herald
  • The Clonmel Journal
  • Connemara View – ceased publication in December 2010[43]
  • The Cork on Sunday – short-lived (late 1990s) Sunday newspaper for Metropolitan Cork
  • The Cork Weekly[44] – a free weekly paper for Metropolitan Cork incorporating the Douglas Weekly, ceased July 2009
  • The Corkonian
  • Donegal on Sunday
  • The Dublin Daily – renamed the Dublin Evening, a daily paper started in 2003 that ran for four months before running out of money
  • Dublin Penny Journal
  • The Dungarvan People and The Waterford People – sister papers, existed in 2008
  • The East Cork Express
  • The East Cork News – discontinued in 1991 after several years, was a sister publication of the Waterford News and Star (owned by Examiner/TCH)
  • The East Cork Post – short-lived Youghal based newspaper in the mid-1980s
  • The East Galway Democrat
  • The Enniscorthy Echo
  • The Galway Vindicator
  • The Gorey Echo’’
  • Herald AM
  • Imokilly Monthly – a monthly newspaper in East Cork which appeared during 2009, a descendant of a previous publication, the Imokilly People
  • Imokilly People[45] – circulated in East Cork and South-West Waterford. Previously existed 1989 – July 2007 and reappeared briefly under new ownership in late 2008
  • The Kildare Voice
  • Kilkenny Advertiser[46] – free newspaper
  • The Kilkenny Voice
  • The Kingdom[47]
  • The Leitrim Echo
  • Letterkenny Leader – became the Letterkenny Post in 2005
  • The Liffey Voice
  • The Limerick Reporter
  • Longford News
  • The Meath Echo
  • The Meath Post
  • The Meath Telegraph
  • The Meath Weekender
  • Metro
  • Midleton Post[48] – existed from February until sometime in 2008
  • Monaghan Post
  • The Monaghan Voice
  • The Mullingar Advertiser[49]
  • The Muskerry Herald – Ballincollig, County Cork
  • The Naas Voice
  • The New Ross Echo
  • The Offaly Express
  • Roscommon Champion
  • The Roscrea People
  • The Skibbereen Eagle – incorporated into The Southern Star
  • The Sligo Independent – published in Sligo 1855–1921; changed name to Sligo Independent and West of Ireland Advertiser 1921–1961
  • The Sligo Journal – sister paper of the Western Journal, published for Sligo 1977–1983
  • The Sligo Post
  • Tallaght Voice
  • The Tipperary Advocate
  • The Tipperary Free Press
  • The Tipperary Leader
  • The Tipperary Vindicator
  • The Tipperary Voice
  • The Tipperaryman
  • The Waterford Chronicle (1804-1872)
  • The Waterford People and The Dungarvan People – sister papers, existed in 2008
  • The Western Journal
  • The Wexford Echo
  • The Youghal Tribune – sister newspaper of the Dungarvan Observer

Irish-language newspapers

Daily

There are no daily Irish-language newspapers.

Weekly

  • Seachtain – Irish language newspaper which eventually replaced Foinse, included with the Wednesday Irish Independent
  • Goitse – local weekly Irish language newspaper for the Gaeltacht parish of Gweedore.

Monthly

  • Saol – Irish language monthly newspaper based in Dublin

Defunct

In the past there was one daily newspaper:

There were two weekly newspapers:

  • Gaelscéal – previously available every Friday
  • Foinse – was distributed Wednesdays with the Irish Independent, replaced by Seachtain

English-language papers with regular Irish-language columns

Many English-language newspapers have Irish-language columns, including:

College newspapers with columns in Irish

Online newspapers

Foreign-language newspapers

See also

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