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The paper was founded in 1841 as the Cork Examiner to support the Catholic Emancipation movement in Ireland. Today the liberal paper is predominantly read in the south-western province of Munster, although it is distributed throughout Ireland. After a rapid readership increase around the millennium it has seen a steady decline since 2010.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Liberal
Circulation: 35,000 (2014)
Frequency of publication: Monday to Saturday
Visits per month: 1.000.000 - 5.000.000
Online payment model: All content free of charge

Location: Cork, Ireland
Publisher: Landmark Media Investments
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1841

Linn Dubh, Assumption Road, Blackpool, Cork
Phone: 00353 21 4272722
Twitter: @irishexaminer

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1.  Irish Examiner - Ireland | 17/11/2015

Force the Gulf states to fight the IS

The West should threaten the wealthy Gulf states with sanctions to make them play a more active part in the fight against the Islamic State, ... » more

2.  Irish Examiner - Ireland | 12/10/2015

TTIP unfortunately not a big issue in Ireland

After the mass protests against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership on Saturday in Berlin the EU wants to commit the US to adopting higher ... » more

3.  Irish Examiner - Ireland | 05/10/2015

Bishops' synod offers chance of new beginning

The coming out of gay priest Krzysztof Charamsa has got the bishops' synod on the family in the Vatican off to a rough start, the ... » more

4.  Irish Examiner - Ireland | 22/09/2015

Regulations on bilinguality obsolete

Following a ruling by Ireland's Supreme Court hundreds of proceedings against drunk drivers in the country may be dropped without further consequences, because the drivers ... » more

5.  Irish Examiner - Ireland | 13/09/2015

Northern Ireland needs new leadership

A dispute over the alleged continued existence of the IRA plunged the Northern Ireland Assembly government into deep crisis last week. Leadership changes for all ... » more

6.  Irish Examiner - Ireland | 04/08/2015

Focus on Jewish fanatics at last

The crackdown on Jewish extremists may signal a change in the Israeli government's policy towards the Palestinians, writes the liberal daily Irish Examiner hopefully: "Indeed, ... » more

7.  Irish Examiner - Ireland | 09/06/2015

Irish lack passion for their own language

Gaelic is spoken less and less even in the regions of Ireland where it is officially the dominant language, according to a recent study. The ... » more

8.  Irish Examiner - Ireland | 21/05/2015

Irish must vote for gay marriage

The Irish vote in a referendum today, Friday, on the introduction of gay marriage in the country. The polls predict a clear "yes". The liberal ... » more

9.  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

10.  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


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