List of Irish Newspapers – Ireland Newspapers and News Sites

Irish Newspapers and News Websites

Irish Independent

The Irish Independent is an Irish daily newspaper, and online publication via Independent.ie, which is owned by Independent News & Media who is a subsidiary of Mediahuis. The newspaper version often includes glossy magazines.

Irish Times

The Irish Times is an Irish daily broadsheet newspaper and online digital publication. The Irish Times launched on 29 March 1859. The editor is Paul O’Neill. The deputy editor is Deirdre Veldon. The Irish Times is published every day except Sundays.

Irish Sun

The Sun is a British tabloid newspaper. As a broadsheet, it was founded in 1964 as a successor to the Daily Herald and became a tabloid in 1969 after it was purchased by its current owner. It is published by the News Group Newspapers division of News UK, itself a wholly-owned subsidiary of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp.

Irish Examiner

The Irish Examiner, formerly The Cork Examiner and then The Examiner, is an Irish national daily newspaper which primarily circulates in the Munster region surrounding its base in Cork, though it is available throughout the country.

The Herald

The Herald is a nationwide mid-market tabloid newspaper headquartered in Dublin, Ireland and published by Independent News & Media who is a subsidiary of Mediahuis. It is published Monday-Saturday. The paper was known as the Evening Herald until its name was changed in 2013.

An Phoblacht

An Phoblacht is a weekly, and later monthly newspaper published by Sinn Féin in Ireland. From early 2018 onwards, An Phoblacht has moved to a magazine format while remaining an online news platform.

Sunday Business Post

The Business Post is a Sunday newspaper distributed nationally in Ireland and an online publication and is focused mainly on business and financial issues in Ireland.

Athlone Advertiser

For local news, business, property or to place an ad in our classifieds section check out Athlone Advertiser, Athlone’s favorite newspaper online.

Evening Echo

The Echo, formerly known as the Evening Echo, is an Irish morning newspaper based in Cork. It is distributed throughout the province of Munster, although it is primarily read in its base city of Cork. The newspaper was founded as a broadsheet in 1892 and has been published in tabloid format since 1991.

Avondhu

The Avondhu. Local news, sports and events from North-East Cork, West Waterford, South Limerick and South Tipperary.

Irish Echo

The Irish Echo is a weekly newspaper based in Manhattan, New York City. In 2007, Máirtín Ó Muilleoir, an Irish businessman and publisher of the Andersonstown News, purchased the paper.

Ballymena Times (Northern Ireland)

A Ballymena perspective on news, sport, what’s on, lifestyle and more, from your local paper the Ballymena & Antrim Times.

Clare People

The Clare People was an Irish weekly regional newspaper founded in June 2005. It was published every Tuesday and sold mainly in County Clare. It published Clare-related news, sport and events. It announced that it had published its final print edition on 13 August 2019.

Sunday World (Talbot Street, Dublin)

The Sunday World is an Irish newspaper published by Independent News & Media. It is the second-largest selling “popular” newspaper in the Republic of Ireland and is also sold in Northern Ireland where a modified edition with more stories relevant to that region is produced. It was first published on 25 March 1973.

Clare Champion (Mid-west of Ireland)

The Clare Champion is a weekly local newspaper in Ennis, County Clare, Ireland. It was founded in 1903 after The Clare Man was forced to close. In February 1918 it was banned and County Clare was declared a military area. Many people have been associated with The Clare Champion over the years.

Connaught Telegraph (Castlebar)

The Connaught Telegraph is a weekly local newspaper published in Castlebar, County Mayo in Ireland. The paper is in a compact format and published every Tuesday.

Cork Independent (Blackpool)

The Cork Independent is a free newspaper in Cork, Ireland. The paper is published weekly and contains local news, health and beauty, business, opinion, social events, entertainment, motoring and property as well as input from a number of columnists.

Donegal News (North-west of Ireland)

The Donegal News is a twice-weekly local newspaper in the northwest of the island of Ireland, first published in 1902. Originally covering Derry, Northern Ireland, it moved across the border to Letterkenny, County Donegal, at the beginning of the Second World War and took on more of a Donegal focus.

Irish Daily Star

The Irish Daily Star is a tabloid newspaper published in Ireland by Reach plc, which owns the British Daily Star. The Irish Daily Star became known for its comprehensive in-depth coverage of and thorough focus on crime, often featuring sensational coverage.

Dublin News

All the latest local news from around Dublin, Ireland. Including breaking news, live blogs, video, pictures, analysis and more.

Carlow Nationalist

The Nationalist is an Irish regional newspaper, published each Tuesday in Carlow. It has three comprehensive sections, containing news, sport and ‘living’ articles.

Fermanagh Herald

The Fermanagh Herald is a weekly newspaper published and sold mainly in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. It was established in 1902 by the North West of Ireland Printing and Publishing Company, which had been established a year earlier by the Lynch family.

Anglo-Celt (Cavan)

The Anglo-Celt is a weekly local newspaper published every Thursday in Swellan, Cavan, Ireland, founded in 1846. It exclusively contains local news about Cavan and its surroundings. The news coverage of the paper is mainly based on the paper’s local county of Cavan.

Galway Advertiser (Galway)

The Galway Advertiser online. Find local news, business, property and sport in Galway city and county on Galway’s favorite newspaper online advertiser.ie.

Impartial Reporter

The Impartial Reporter is a newspaper based in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland which is circulated in Fermanagh, South Tyrone and the border counties of the Republic of Ireland. It is the 3rd-oldest newspaper in Ireland and is Fermanagh’s oldest surviving weekly newspaper.

Irish News

The Irish News is a compact daily newspaper based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is Northern Ireland’s largest selling morning newspaper and is available throughout Ireland. It is broadly Irish nationalist in its viewpoint, though it also features unionist columnists.

Irish Voice Online

The Irish Voice is a newspaper published in New York City, New York. It focuses on news and stories from an Irish-American perspective. The paper was first published in the fall of 1987 and was targeted at new Irish immigrants who were moving to the US in large numbers.

Irish World

The Irish World is a weekly newspaper for Irish people in Britain and their families. It was established in 1987 by Paddy Cowan and is edited by Bernard Purcell. Its office is located at 934 North Circular Road, in London.

Limerick Leader

The Limerick Leader is a weekly local newspaper in Limerick, Ireland. It was founded in 1889. The newspaper is headquartered on Glentworth Street in the City. The broadsheet paper currently is distributed in three editions, City, County and West, with a small selection of content differing between the three.

Munster Express

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.

An Phoblacht / Republican News

An Phoblacht is a weekly, and later monthly newspaper published by Sinn Féin in Ireland. From early 2018 onwards, An Phoblacht has moved to a magazine format while remaining an online news platform.

Waterford Today

Find the latest Waterford news, sport, business, death notices, entertainment and more. Don’t miss any of the breaking news in Waterford.

Scotsman (Edinburgh)

The Scotsman is a Scottish compact newspaper and daily news website headquartered in Edinburgh. First established as a radical political paper in 1817, it began daily publication in 1855 and remained a broadsheet until August 2004. Its parent company, JPIMedia, also publishes the Edinburgh Evening News.

Saoirse

Saoirse Irish Freedom is the monthly organ of Republican Sinn Féin. It replaced Republican Bulletin the first issue of which appeared in November 1986 to explain the reasons for the split in Sinn Féin. Its format was eight A4 pages, continuing monthly until, May 1987.

Corkman

It is owned by the Independent News & Media group. The paper is primarily a North Cork newspaper, and also publishes a separate edition for Muskerry

Donegal Democrat

The Donegal Democrat is a twice-weekly local newspaper, covering County Donegal, Ireland. The paper was traditionally based in the town of Ballyshannon in the south of the county, but now has offices in Donegal Town and Letterkenny.

Finn Valley Voice

The Finn Valley Voice is a local newspaper published in the Finn Valley region of central and eastern Donegal, Ireland. The paper was founded in 1994 and is independently owned.

Inishowen Independent

The Inishowen Independent is a local newspaper in Inishowen, County Donegal, in Ulster, Ireland. The paper was launched in March 2007 and is printed on a Tuesday.

The College View

The College View is Dublin City University’s only student newspaper, independently run voluntarily by students affiliated to DCU’s Journalism Society. The newspaper was first published in 1999 after changing its name from The Bullsheet, its predecessor.

Southern Star

The Southern Star is a weekly regional newspaper based in Skibbereen, County Cork in Ireland and was established in 1889 as the Cork County Southern Star, by brothers Florence and John O’Sullivan.

Northside People

The Northside People was part of the Dublin People group of free newspapers which were distributed to homes in Dublin.

Connacht Sentinel

The Connacht Tribune is a newspaper circulating chiefly in County Galway, Ireland. The main regional newspaper for the county, the Tribune Group prints two titles every week – the Connacht Tribune on Thursday and the Galway City Tribune on Friday.

Meath Chronicle

The Meath Chronicle has the latest Co. Meath news, sport, jobs, county council reports and classifieds.

Offaly Express

The Offaly Express is an online newspaper and former print newspaper in Ireland that serves County Offaly. The paper is part of the Iconic Newspapers Group. The offices of the Offaly Express are based in Portlaoise. The paper was founded in 1984. Justin Kelly is editor of the Offaly Express.

Marine Times

Marine Corps Times is a newspaper serving active, reserve and retired United States Marine Corps personnel and their families, providing news, information and analysis as well as community and lifestyle features, educational supplements, and resource guides. It is published 26 times per year.

Donegal Now

The Donegal News is a twice-weekly local newspaper in the northwest of the island of Ireland, first published in 1902. Originally covering Derry, Northern Ireland, it moved across the border to Letterkenny, County Donegal, at the beginning of the Second World War and took on more of a Donegal focus.

lietuvis

Lietuvis newspaper from Dublin, Ireland.

Tuam Herald

The Tuam Herald is a weekly Irish newspaper, founded in 1837 by Richard Kelly, which serves the town of Tuam and County Galway. It has a circulation of about 10,000 copies. The newspaper is printed by Celtic Media Group.

Leinster Leader

The Leinster Leader is a newspaper published in Naas, County Kildare, Ireland. Johnston Press bought the Leinster Leader Group in 2005.

Kilkenny People

The Kilkenny People is a local newspaper circulated in County Kilkenny, Ireland. Popular in Kilkenny City and County, it competes with the Kilkenny Reporter and The Munster Express in the south of the county.

Leitrim Observer

The Leitrim Observer is the oldest newspaper in Leitrim. It is a weekly newspaper published every Wednesday and once competed with another newspaper called the Leitrim Post which was forced to close in 2009 during the economic crash.

Western People

The Western People is a weekly local newspaper published in Ballina, County Mayo in the Republic of Ireland. It was first published in 1883. The newspaper was part of the Thomas Crosbie Holdings group. Thomas Crosbie Holdings went into receivership in March 2013.

Waterford News and Star

The Waterford News & Star is a local newspaper based in the Irish city of Waterford, first published as the Waterford Star in 1848. In December 2007, it changed from a broadsheet to a tabloid.

The Nenagh Guardian

The Nenagh Guardian is a weekly local newspaper that circulates in County Tipperary, Ireland. The newspaper is based in Nenagh, County Tipperary, but is printed by the Limerick Leader in Limerick. The title incorporates two previous local papers, the Tipperary Vindicator and the Nenagh News.

Thejournal.ie

TheJournal.ie is an internet publication in Ireland. It was a mixture of original and aggregated content, before moving to entirely original content. The website was founded in early 2010 and is owned by Distilled Media.

‎Breakingnews.ie

Ireland’s premier breaking news website providing up to the minute news and sports reports.

Le Petit Journal

lepetitjournal.com is a daily French-language news website aimed at French expatriates and Francophones outside France. It was launched in 2001 by Hervé Heyraud and has won several awards.

Irish Post

The Irish Post is a national newspaper for the Irish community in Great Britain. It is published every Wednesday and is available in stores in Britain and the Republic of Ireland.

‎Donegal daily

Donegal Daily is a news website based in County Donegal, north-west Ireland. Other websites have referenced Donegal Daily and cited it as a source, as have national newspapers and public service broadcaster Raidió Teilifís Éireann.

‎Tipperary Star

The Tipperary Star is a weekly regional newspaper covering news in County Tipperary, Ireland. The newspaper’s main office is located in Thurles town. The paper is currently owned by Iconic Newspapers, who acquired Johnston Press’s titles in the Republic of Ireland in 2014.

Longford Leader

The Longford Leader is a weekly newspaper, which has published in Longford, Ireland since 1897.

‎Limerick Post

The Limerick Post is a free weekly newspaper, distributed throughout Limerick city and county, parts of counties Clare, Tipperary in the province of Munster, Ireland. The Limerick Post was established in 1986 and remains the only locally owned newspaper in Limerick. The Post is published each Thursday morning.

Leinster Express

The Leinster Express is a regional newspaper in Ireland that serves County Laois. The paper was part of the Leinster Leader Group, which was sold to Johnston Press in late 2005. The paper is currently owned by Iconic Newspapers, who acquired Johnston Press’ titles in the Republic of Ireland in 2014.

Rebel News‎

Rebel News is a Canadian far-right political and social commentary media website operated by Rebel News Network, Ltd. It has been described as a “global platform” for the anti-Muslim ideology known as counter-jihad. It was founded in February 2015 by former Sun News Network personalities Ezra Levant and Brian Lilley.

Politics.ie

Politics.ie is an Irish internet discussion forum. It was founded by David Cochrane. The site was owned by Pie Media Ltd. David Cochrane resigned as director in August 2012. Pie Media Limited dissolved with the company closing on Wednesday the 22nd of April 2015.

Mayo News‎

The Mayo News is a weekly local newspaper published in Westport in Ireland.

‎Westmeath Examiner

The Westmeath Examiner is a weekly newspaper in Westmeath, Ireland. It was founded in 1882. The Westmeath Examiner is a sister paper of the Westmeath Independent which circulates in the Athlone area of the county.

Westmeath Independent

The Westmeath Examiner is a weekly newspaper in Westmeath, Ireland. It was founded in 1882. The Westmeath Examiner is a sister paper of the Westmeath Independent which circulates in the Athlone area of the county.

Killarney Today‎

killarneytoday.com is a local newspaper – without the paper. It provides a daily update on all the news and views that matter from the greater Killarney area.

Offaly Independent

The Offaly Independent is a newspaper that covers Tullamore, County Offaly, the Republic of Ireland and the surrounding area. It is published by Celtic Media Group.

Laois Nationalist‎

Laois Nationalist | The Laois NationalistNewspaper Online, providing weekly community news and sport for Laois, Ireland. Menu. Jobs.

Tullamore Tribune‎

Tullamore Tribune. Covering Offaly for news, sport and advertising.

Irish Independent

The Irish Independent is an Irish daily newspaper, and online publication via Independent.ie, which is owned by Independent News & Media who is a subsidiary of Mediahuis. The newspaper version often includes glossy magazines.

Kerry’s Eye

Kerry’s Eye is a weekly local newspaper in County Kerry, Ireland. It is published every Thursday, with a circulation of approximately 25,000. Husband and wife, Pádraig Kennelly and Joan Kennelly founded the newspaper in the basement on their home on Ashe Street in Tralee in 1974.

Roscommon Herald

The Roscommon Herald Newspaper Online, providing weekly community news and sport for Roscommon, Ireland.

‎Sligo Weekender

The Sligo Weekender is a weekly local newspaper published every Thursday in Sligo, County Sligo, Republic of Ireland currently owned by Dorothy Crean. Brian McHugh founded it in 1983 as a ‘free sheet’ advertiser, with some local news.

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