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# irish-mail-on-sunday - Thursday 21 February, 2013

From Business ETC Newspapers record falls in circulation in second half of 2012 Newspapers

Newspapers record falls in circulation in second half of 2012

Every national title recorded a drop in its average circulation, though some fared better than others.

# irish-mail-on-sunday - Sunday 27 January, 2013

Irish Mail on Sunday apologises to Brian Cowen over California picture

The paper has also acknowledged that the former taoiseach attended a course at Stanford University at his own expense, with no public funding involved.

# irish-mail-on-sunday - Wednesday 19 December, 2012

Frank Fahey receives large sum and apology in libel action against Associated Newspapers

The former minister took the action over newspaper articles written in 2006, 2007 and 2010, which he said libelled him.

# irish-mail-on-sunday - Tuesday 23 October, 2012

From Business ETC Changes announced at the Irish Daily Mail Media

Changes announced at the Irish Daily Mail

Editor-in-chief of Associated Newspapers Ireland Eric Bailey will step down in January next year.

# irish-mail-on-sunday - Monday 19 March, 2012

Callely in legal action over newspaper reports of property ownership

The former senator is seeking legal action against the publishers of the Irish Independent and the Irish Mail on Sunday.

# irish-mail-on-sunday - Thursday 23 February, 2012

From Business ETC New figures show falling circulation for most Irish daily newspapers Newspapers

New figures show falling circulation for most Irish daily newspapers

ABC figures show the Sunday World as the highest-selling paper in Ireland, marginally ahead of the Sunday Independent.

# irish-mail-on-sunday - Wednesday 25 January, 2012

Mail on Sunday to pay €15,000 over ‘Tribune’ masthead

The Irish Mail on Sunday was also found not guilty of having intended to do so under the Consumer Protection Act.

# irish-mail-on-sunday - Tuesday 15 November, 2011

The Daily Fix: Tuesday

Catch up on the day’s main stories, as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed…

Irish Mail on Sunday editor defends Sunday Tribune masthead cover

Sebastian Hamilton insisted he did not think his paper’s controversial masthead was deceiving anyone. The National Consumer Agency is pursuing legal action against the paper.

# irish-mail-on-sunday - Monday 14 November, 2011

Sunday Tribune masthead use was a ‘marketing stunt’ court hears

The National Consumer Agency has taken the Irish Mail on Sunday to court over its use of a controversial Sunday Tribune wraparound last February.

# irish-mail-on-sunday - Monday 7 February, 2011

Take 5: Monday

John Gormley says he will keep Enda’s seat warm; a consumers’ watchdog considers taking a prosecution against the Irish Mail on Sunday; and 6,000 people are evacuated in Paris following the discovery of an unexploded WW2 bomb.

National Consumer Agency threatens legal action against Mail on Sunday

Marketing ploy by British-owned newspaper could be brought to court as “breach of the Consumer Protection Act”.

# irish-mail-on-sunday - Sunday 6 February, 2011

From Business ETC Irish Mail on Sunday uses Tribune masthead “for readers of the Sunday Tribune” Sunday Tribune This post contains images

Irish Mail on Sunday uses Tribune masthead “for readers of the Sunday Tribune”

Sunday Tribune not in print today after receiver was appointed to newspaper during the week.

# irish-mail-on-sunday - Tuesday 3 August, 2010

SENATOR DAVID NORRIS has added his voice to calls for Ivor Callely to resign his Seanad seat.

“It’s impossible to see how Senator Callely could continue. When the seanad returns, we’ll be looking at situations where we’re cutting back, and it would be completely inappropriate for someone who is receiving €80,000 in travel expenses,” Norris told Morning Ireland.

“It would be inappropriate, rubbing it in the noses of the Irish people,” he commented, adding: ”This is a tragedy brought upon himself, by Ivor Callely.”

The senator was responding to claims made in the Irish Mail on Sunday that Callely had submitted expenses to the Oireachtas from a company that went bankrupt over a decade ago.

The Mayor of Galway, Fianna Fáil’s Michael Crowe said Callely’s actions were “pure gombeenism and bringing humiliation to Irish politics”.

The comments follow Fianna Fáil’s Mary O’Rourke, John McGuinness and the Green’s Senator Dan Boyle who, over the weekend said Senator Callely had questions to answer.

Brian Cowen has yet to comment on the matter.

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