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The Munster Express

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Munster Express
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EditorKieran Walsh
Founded1860
LanguageEnglish
Headquarters37 The Quay, Waterford
CityWaterford
CountryIreland
Websitewww.munster-express.ie

The Munster Express newspaper was established in 1860 in the South Eastern Irish city of Waterford.

The newspaper covers stories from Waterford city and County Waterford. It retails at €2.00. The Munster Express's office is located on the Quay in Waterford City.

The paper has four sections - News, Sport, Townlands and Encore.

In October 2019, it was reported that Iconic Newspapers were in advanced talks to acquire The Munster Express.[1]

Editor

The Munster Express is edited by Kieran Walsh.

Journalists

  • Kieran Foley
  • Eoghan Dalton

Columnists

  • Kieran Walsh
  • John O'Connor
  • Kieran Foley
  • Matt Keane

Sports reporters

  • Catherine Power - Sports Editor
  • Matt Keane
  • Thomas Keane
  • Brian Flannery

Entertainment

  • Liam Murphy

Other

Many articles within the paper are not accredited to any specific person. This is especially true of the local notes section, for which notes are submitted by many people from across different areas.

Circulation

The Munster Express covers Waterford City and County; South Kilkenny; Carrick-on-Suir and Clonmel, County Tipperary; and New Ross, County Wexford.

References

  1. ^ Paul, Mark. "Iconic Newspapers in talks to acquire Munster Express". The Irish Times.

External links

This page was last edited on 13 January 2021, at 01:35
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