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Irish Times

Mock Irish Times front page pulled from online edition

Front page marking end of Geraldine Kennedy’s editorship of the paper mistakenly went online this morning.

A MOCK-UP version of the front page of the Irish Times has been pulled from the site after mistakenly being posted to its ePaper edition earlier this morning.

The Irish Times confirmed to that the wrong page, which features mock articles as well as photographs and sketches to mark the end of Geraldine Kennedy’s tenure as editor of the paper, was posted but had been pulled.

The paper said the correct page would be available by 10.30am, and it now appears to have been uploaded.

Yesterday, Kevin O’Sullivan, the paper’s news editor since 2006, was named Kennedy’s successor.

This image of the ePaper edition was captured by before being pulled from the site:

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