The Irish Press founder Éamon de Valera said the paper's objective was: "To give the truth in the news, that will be the chief aim of The Irish Press. The Irish Press will be a truthful journal and a good newspaper". The founders planned to produce an evening and Sunday edition of the paper if the daily was successful, and they did.
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1. Carlow People (free newspaper published by Voice Media ) 2. The Nationalist (Owned by The Irish Times )
1. The Anglo-Celt (owned by Celtic Media Group).
1. The Clare Champion (owned by the Galvin family ) 2. The Clare Echo 3. The Clare County Express Est. 1979An Phoblacht – irregular magazine politically aligned to Sinn FéinIrish Republican News– online weekly newspaperSaoirse Irish Freedom – monthly newspaper aligned to Republican Sinn FéinThe Socialist – monthly newspaper politically aligned to the Socialist Party
1. Seachtain – Irish language newspaper which eventually replaced Foinse, included with the Wednesday Irish Independent 2. Goitse – local weekly Irish language newspaper for the Gaeltacht parish of Gweedore.
1. Saol– Irish language monthly newspaper based in Dublin
In the past there was one daily newspaper: 1. Lá Nua, based in Belfast There were two weekly newspapers: 1. Gaelscéal– previously available every Friday 2. Foinse – was distributed Wednesdays with the Irish Independent, replaced by Seachtain
Many English-language newspapers have Irish-language columns, including: 1. An Phoblacht 2. Irish Independent – on Wednesdays includes the newspaper Seachtain 3. Connaught Telegraph 4. Evening Echo– weekly Irish-language segment 5. Irish Echo 6. Irish Daily Star(column on Saturdays) 7. Irish News 8. The Irish Times 9. Metro Éireann
1. Diari Liffey– news from Ireland in Catalan
1. Наша Газета (Nasha Gazeta)– paper targeted at speakers of the Russian language
1. Nasz Glos 2. Polska Gazeta 3. Polski Express 4. Polski Herald – special Polish edition of every Friday's Evening Herald 5. StrefaÉire – Polish language newspaper for the Polish community in Ireland
1. An Claidheamh Soluis – "The Sword of Light", see Gaelic League 2. Cork Constitution– renamed 1873, ceased publication 1922 3. Cork Free Press– founded 1910, ceased publication 1916 4. The Clare Courier 5. Daily Express– founded 1851, ceased general publication 1921 6. Daily Ireland– launched in January 2005, ceased in September 2006 7. The Daily News– opened and closed in 1982 8. The Dublin Evening Mail – renamed the Evening Mail, closed in the 1960s 9. The Evening News– opened in May 1996...
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1. Anois– closed in 1996 2. Inniú– closed in 1984 3. Ireland on Sunday – replaced with Irish Mail on Sunday2006 4. The Irish Citizen– closed 1920 5. Irish Daily Star Sunday– closed January 2011 6. The Irish Family– closed 2008 7. An Gaedheal– closed 1937 8. Irish News of the World– closed July 2011 9. The Sunday Journal 10. The Sunday Press– closed in 1995 11. Sunday Review– published in Dublin 1957–1963 12. The Sunday Tribune– closed February 2011 13. The United Irishman– founded 1899; close...
1. Athlone Voice (Now closed ) 2. Ballymun Concrete News 3. The Cashel Advertiser 4. The Cashel Gazette 5. The Cavan Echo 6. The Cavan Voice 7. The Clare People 8. The Clonmel Chronicle 9. The Clonmel Herald 10. The Clonmel Journal 11. Connemara View– ceased publication in December 2010 12. The Cork on Sunday– short-lived (late 1990s) Sunday newspaper for Metropolitan Cork 13. The Cork Weekly– a free weekly paper for Metropolitan Cork incorporating the Douglas Weekly, ceased July 2009 14. The...
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The Second Irish Provisional Government took office on 30 August 1922 until the creation of the Irish Free State on 6 December 1922. After Collins' and Griffith's deaths in August 1922, W. T. Cosgrave became both Chairman of the Provisional Government and President of Dáil Éireann, and the distinction between the two posts became irrelevant.