Irish examiner

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What is the difference between the Irish Times and the Irish Examiner?

The Irish Times DAC is a registered company with an address at 24-28 Tara Street, Dublin 2, Ireland. The Irish Times Group is a fully consolidated subsidiary under the management control of The Irish Times DAC. The Irish Examiner is part of the Irish Times Group.

How do I contact the Irish Examiner advertising team?

For advertising queries relating to the Irish Examiner print edition, please contact Suzanne Dwyer ( suzanne.dwyer@examiner.ie) or call direct on +353 (0) 1 5330890 Expected Response time: 48 hours or less.

What did the Cork Examiner do during the Civil War?

During the Irish War of Independence and Irish Civil War, the Cork Examiner (along with other nationalist newspapers) was subject to censorship and suppression. At the time of the Spanish Civil War, the Cork Examiner reportedly took a strongly pro- Franco tone in its coverage of the conflict.

When did Cork Examiner change its name to the examiner?

Published as The Cork Examiner from 1841 until 1996, the newspaper was re-branded in 1996 to The Examiner. From 2000 it was published as The Irish Examiner, to appeal to a more national readership. The newspaper, along with sister paper the Evening Echo, was part of the Thomas Crosbie Holdings group.

Is the examiner still independent in Ireland?

“It is encouraging that the Irish Times is strongly committed to the maintenance of the editorial independence of the titles. The ’Examiner’, in particular, occupies a proud place in the history of the Irish media and will continue to do so under the new owners.”

How often is the Irish Times published in Ireland?

It is published every day except Sundays. Though formed as a Protestant nationalist paper, within two decades and under new owners it had become the voice of British unionism in Ireland. It is no longer a pro unionist paper; it presents itself politically as liberal and progressive , as well as being centre-right on economic issues.

Who is the editor of the Irish Times?

The Irish Times is an Irish daily broadsheet newspaper and online digital publication. It launched on 29 March 1859. The editor is Paul ONeill. The deputy editor is Deirdre Veldon.

What is the most read newspaper in Ireland?

Top ten Irish Newspaper Publications 1 Sunday Independent. The Sunday Independent is a broadsheet Sunday newspaper published in the Republic of Ireland by Independent News and is the biggest selling Irish Sunday newspaper. 2 Sunday World. ... 3 Irish Independent. ... 4 The Sunday Times. ... 5 The Irish Mail on Sunday. ...

What happened to Cork Examiner in the 1940s?

The online archives now cover the period from the newspaper’s birth to the end of the 1940s, a decade of war and want, yet of progress and change, too. The worldwide conflict dominated the daily newspapers, including the Cork Examiner — as it then was — even though Ireland remained staunchly neutral.

What was the significance of Cork in the Irish Civil War?

The Cork IRA was responsible for roughly eighty-six of 403 Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) dead (21 per cent), and forty-nine of 158 British military fatalities (31 per cent). The importance of Cork is further evident in the Crown forces dispositions.

Where was the first Irish Army manoeuvre in Ireland?

The Irish Army on manoeuvres near Ballincollig, Co Cork, in July 1940. A digitised version of the ‘Irish Examiner’ archives has been opened up to the public, and

What was the war like in Cork in 1940?

The worldwide conflict dominated the daily newspapers, including the Cork Examiner — as it then was — even though Ireland remained staunchly neutral. The summer of 1940 was a disastrous time for the Allies in their fight against Hitler.

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