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This newspaper was founded by John Francis Maguire in 1841 under the name the Cork Examiner with the aim of backing the Catholic emancipation movement in Ireland, which among other things fought for the right of Catholics to hold seats in Westminster. In recent years its name was changed first to The Examiner and then to the Irish Examiner. The paper belongs to the media group Thomas Crosbie Holdings. Its readership figures have risen significantly in recent years, owing mainly to the large number of former Irish Independent readers switching to the Irish Examiner.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Liberal
Circulation: 56,000 (2009)
Frequency of publication: Monday to Saturday

Location: Cork, Ireland
Publisher: Thomas Crosbie Holdings
Area of distribution: Nationwide, but mostly read in the Munster region around Cork
Established: 1841

City Quarter, Lapps Quay
Cork
Phone: 00353-(0)21 4272722
E-Mail: editor@examiner.ie
Internet: http://www.examiner.ie/

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1.  Irish Examiner - Ireland | 31/03/2015

Questionable commemoration of Easter Rising

The Irish government announced on Tuesday its plans for commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Easter Rising of 1916, when militant republicans tried in vain ... » more

2.  Irish Examiner - Ireland | 09/03/2015

Resolute unity the best deterrent

An EU army would be the best guarantee of peace in an increasingly belligerent world, the liberal daily Irish Examiner believes: "We are members of ... » more

3.  Irish Examiner - Ireland | 04/03/2015

Nemtsov's murder reminiscent of Stalin era

The murder of the Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov last week reveals parallels between Russia under Vladimir Putin and Stalin's reign of terror, the liberal ... » more

4.  Irish Examiner - Ireland | 18/02/2015

Ireland mustn't give in to tobacco giants

The Japanese tobacco company JTI threatened to take legal action if the Irish government goes ahead with plans to introduce a ban on branded cigarette ... » more

5.  Irish Examiner - Ireland | 04/11/2014

Freedom of movement: EU majority backs Merkel

The German government made it clear on Monday that it sees the EU's principle of freedom of movement as non-negotiable. With this clear stance vis-à-vis ... » more

6.  Irish Examiner - Ireland | 02/11/2014

Russia the winner in gas dispute with Ukraine

With the EU's assistance Ukraine and Russia settled their gas dispute last Thursday. But Moscow is the big winner of the agreement, the liberal daily ... » more

7.  Irish Examiner - Ireland | 17/09/2014

Going solo more difficult in times of crisis

Ireland's fate in the financial crisis should serve as a warning to the Scots not to go it alone, the liberal daily Irish Examiner points ... » more

8.  Irish Examiner - Ireland | 11/08/2014

Fanatics abusing religion

The fight against the terrorist militia the Islamic State once again raises the question of why extremists are able to exploit religion for their murderous ... » more

9.  Irish Examiner - Ireland | 07/08/2014

Irish must question monster salmon farms

Ireland's seafood development agency BIM plans to establish several large-scale salmon farms off the Irish coast. The liberal daily Irish Examiner feels not enough has ... » more

10.  Irish Examiner - Ireland | 01/08/2014

Ireland must give Palestinians a voice

The UN Human Rights Council last week resolved to launch an enquiry into Israel's military offensive in the Gaza Strip. Ireland was wrong to withhold ... » more

 

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