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# Sunday Tribune

This year
Acclaimed novelist and journalist Deirdre Purcell dies aged 77
Dierdre was a best-selling author, and an actress who starred in plays at the Abbey Theatre.
All time
Seven former 'Sunday Tribune' journalists receive redundancy pay
The newspaper claimed that the seven writers were freelancers, but the Labour Relations Commission found otherwise.
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.
Mail on Sunday’s Sunday Tribune cover was ‘not unlawful’, court hears
Defence for Irish Mail on Sunday says the wraparound could be seen as in “poor taste” but it didn’t break law as both sides make closing arguments in NCA’s legal action against paper.
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.
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.
The Daily Fix: Saturday
In today’s fix: Police say there are unexploded bombs in Oslo as the search for bodies continues on Utoya… and RIP Amy Winehouse.
Independent News & Media reports 14 per cent profit bump
The publisher of the Irish Independent says it expects earnings to improve this year, despite a tough advertising market.
The Daily Fix: Monday
In today’s Fix: Getting convicts into the community, to target or not to target Gaddafi, the preservation of civil servants’ privilege days and one man’s transfixing video of the ground beneath his feet.
The Daily Fix: Monday
This evening’s Daily Fix includes: new online suicide prevention initiative launched; Guantanamo terror trials to resume; and a trapped Bieber.
Tribune workers picket Independent HQ over severance pay
The Sunday Tribune’s 43 staff pick up their final paycheques today – but are asking INM to make ex gratia payments.
Sunday Tribune staff to be made redundant
The paper’s writers receive redundancy letters after its receiver fails to find new investment for the Sunday paper.
If I'd had the chance, I would have told him that the darkness passes
They learned to ride bikes, fight and ‘score’ girls together. They thought they looked like Clint Eastwood, or Elvis. Then Brian grew up, and lost himself in the darkness.
I wonder how often the horse must stumble before you realise the race is over
Tribune columnist David Kenny faces up to the prospect of being unemployed again in his 40s – and wonders what his Dad, who warned him not to follow him into journalism, would have made of it all.
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 uses Tribune masthead "for readers of the Sunday Tribune"
Sunday Tribune not in print today after receiver was appointed to newspaper during the week.
Tribune stops publishing
Sunday Tribune struggles as receiver appointed
Newspaper continues publishing – but 46 Waterstone’s staff face uncertain future as two Dublin stores close.