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Limerick Leader

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Limerick Leader
Limerick Leader.jpg
Owner(s)Iconic Newspapers
EditorDonn O'Sullivan
News editorÁine Fitzgerald
Headquarters29 Glentworth St, Limerick
Limerick Leader offices, O'Connell Street
Limerick Leader offices, O'Connell Street

The Limerick Leader is a weekly local newspaper in Limerick, Ireland. It was founded in 1889.[1] The newspaper is headquartered on Glentworth Street in the City.

The broadsheet paper currently is distributed in three editions, City, County and West , with a small selection of content differing between the three. The newspaper also has a Monday tabloid paper, City based, with a cover price of 1 euro.

In the 1950s, the Limerick Leader bought a rival newspaper the Limerick Chronicle. The Limerick Chronicle was founded in 1768 by John Ferrar [2] who was a prominent bookseller and printer in Limerick. The Limerick Chronicle is the longest running newspaper in Ireland. In 2018, the Limerick Chronicle went from a stand alone newspaper published on a Tuesday to a supplement in the weekend edition of the Limerick Leader.

The paper is owned by Iconic Newspapers, which acquired Johnston Press's titles in the Republic of Ireland in 2014.[3]


  1. ^ Keane, Conor (2002-12-05). "Limerick Leader sold for €23m". Irish Examiner. Archived from the original on 2009-03-26. Retrieved 2008-07-17.
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  3. ^ "Johnston Press sells its 14 titles in the Republic". The Irish Times. Retrieved 2014-08-22.

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