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#Newspapers

# newspapers - Friday 21 July, 2017

INM has struck a deal for the controversial closure of its pension schemes

The newspaper group will put over €50 million into the retirement funds between now and 2023.

# newspapers - Thursday 29 June, 2017

Liquidator appointed to publisher of four Wexford Echo newspapers

It’s hoped a buyer can be found for the Wexford Echo, Gorey Echo, New Ross Echo and Enniscorthy Echo.

# newspapers - Tuesday 13 June, 2017

Facing a newspaper shortage, Venezuelans are acting out the news on buses

Commuters on the way to work are getting a daily dose of news in the Venezuelan capital Caracas.

# newspapers - Tuesday 23 May, 2017

''Terror at the Arena' - British papers react to Manchester atrocity

The Sun described the attack as a “Slaughter of the Innocents”.

# newspapers - Monday 8 May, 2017

Facebook publishes ads in newspapers warning people about fake news

Misinformation spread via the social network is thought to have influenced the election of Donald Trump and the Brexit vote.

# newspapers - Wednesday 22 March, 2017

Some British newspapers had a different perspective on the death of Martin McGuinness

The Daily Mail in the UK ran with a picture depicting IRA bombings.

# newspapers - Saturday 18 March, 2017

A Tory finance minister has been named as the editor of one the UK's biggest newspapers Gorgeous George This post contains videos

A Tory finance minister has been named as the editor of one the UK's biggest newspapers

George Osborne is still an MP and also has a €750,000-a-year job with a wealth management company.

# newspapers - Wednesday 1 February, 2017

Enda Kenny says he's concerned about INM major media merger

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said he is concerned about the INM and Celtic Media merger.

# newspapers - Thursday 10 November, 2016

From 'American Psycho' to 'The West Wig': How the papers covered Trump

‘Trump wins. Now the world waits.’

# newspapers - Wednesday 12 October, 2016

'A pint for everyone': How the front pages are covering the Budget

There are very few puns.

# newspapers - Thursday 28 July, 2016

French media say they'll no longer use terrorists' photos to avoid 'glorification'

Their decision comes as the French prosecutors identified the second man involved in the killing of a priest in Normandy.

# newspapers - Thursday 23 June, 2016

There's one man on the front of every newspaper today

Meanwhile, Robbie Brady briefly had a new middle name.

# newspapers - Friday 17 June, 2016

Enda Kenny is saving money by reading more news online

Over €200k was spent on newspapers in 11 departments last year.

# newspapers - Wednesday 13 April, 2016

UK minister admits to having relationship with sex worker

Culture Minister John Whittingdale claims he had no idea of the woman’s true occupation.

# newspapers - Thursday 18 February, 2016

Bad news for most Irish papers as circulation figures continue to drop

The numbers are grim reading for most of the major titles.

# newspapers - Wednesday 20 January, 2016

From Business ETC Satirical site The Onion is now worth more than most of the real news outlets it mocks Seriously Though

# newspapers - Saturday 26 December, 2015

# newspapers - Friday 25 December, 2015

From The Daily Edge 15 Irish headlines that SHOULD have been Waterford Whispers (but weren't) Here Is The News

# newspapers - Tuesday 17 November, 2015

Ireland's biggest publisher has finally stopped getting smaller

Independent News and Media has turned around its revenue after eight years.

# newspapers - Wednesday 16 September, 2015

This is what happens when you dare to not sing the British national anthem

You make headlines, lots of headlines

# newspapers - Wednesday 2 September, 2015

Confirmed: Rebekah Brooks is back in charge of The Sunday Times and The Sun

She left the organisation in 2011 and received a €22 million payoff.

# newspapers - Friday 28 August, 2015

UTV Ireland has dragged its owner's whole TV business into the red

But at Ireland’s biggest publisher, things are starting to look up.

# newspapers - Friday 21 August, 2015

The decline of newspaper sales could cost 89 people their jobs INM

The decline of newspaper sales could cost 89 people their jobs

INM says it is closing a printing works in Belfast.

The 5 at 5: Friday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

The sales of some Irish newspapers have gone into freefall

The latest circulation figures are out – and they’re bleak reading for a couple of major titles.

# newspapers - Tuesday 19 May, 2015

From The42 Looks like Raheem Sterling may NOT be leaving Liverpool after all Speculation

Looks like Raheem Sterling may NOT be leaving Liverpool after all

The England international’s stand-off with Liverpool is reported to have put clubs including Arsenal and Manchester City on alert.

Independent News and Media wants to be an 'agile media organisation'

But the company’s print business is dragging it down.

# newspapers - Saturday 9 May, 2015

Here's everything you need to know about business this week

Everyone was talking about allergic non-workers, Ireland’s most-hated company and a Greek tragedy.

# newspapers - Wednesday 6 May, 2015

Rupert Murdoch’s newspaper empire has hit the wall hard

Profits have more than halved at his News Corporation so far this year.

# newspapers - Monday 20 April, 2015

From The42 'Leinster had no intention of playing' - The French papers react to Toulon's win Media Review

'Leinster had no intention of playing' - The French papers react to Toulon's win

Leinster left Marseille ‘alive, standing, and always ambitious,’ says one paper.

# newspapers - Saturday 18 April, 2015

From The42 Here's what the French media are saying before Leinster's clash with Toulon In The Papers

Here's what the French media are saying before Leinster's clash with Toulon

Devin Toner has been picked out as a key player by Midi Olympique.

# newspapers - Saturday 21 February, 2015

Here's everything you need to know about business this week

Everyone was talking about rental prices, plain packaging and newspaper figures.

# newspapers - Thursday 19 February, 2015

From Business ETC A bad day for Irish newspapers: all of them have lost sales in the past year Read All About It

A bad day for Irish newspapers: all of them have lost sales in the past year

The 2014 figures are in… and they don’t make happy reading for publishers.

# newspapers - Wednesday 18 February, 2015

Telegraph writer resigns, claiming advertisers were influencing stories

Peter Oborne said the paper was too close to HSBC.

# newspapers - Tuesday 17 February, 2015

The Irish Times is bringing in a very leaky paywall

But one analyst has warned the plan could backfire and send readers to other outlets.

# newspapers - Tuesday 20 January, 2015

From The Daily Edge 11 excellent responses to the Page 3 speculation Page3

11 excellent responses to the Page 3 speculation

Can we have ‘reader’s dinners’ instead?

# newspapers - Thursday 8 January, 2015

Sadness and defiance: How front pages covered the Charlie Hebdo massacre

French newspapers are united in a show of defiance after the terror attacks.

# newspapers - Friday 19 December, 2014

Dubliners said goodbye to the Metro Herald today - and things got emotional

We saw hugs, Christmas cards, a cheeky fiver, and plenty of sad faces on the streets this morning.

Staff at the Metro Herald are having a bit of fun on its last day

Thirteen staff will be made redundant as the paper closes.

# newspapers - Monday 15 December, 2014

From Business ETC Say it ain’t so? Metro Herald will be published for the last time on Friday End Of The Line

Say it ain’t so? Metro Herald will be published for the last time on Friday

The newspaper is to close with the loss of 13 full-time jobs.

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