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Wednesday 1 February 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Newspapers

All time
# happy and glorious
This is what happens when you dare to not sing the British national anthem
You make headlines, lots of headlines
# thanks rupert
Confirmed: Rebekah Brooks is back in charge of The Sunday Times and The Sun
She left the organisation in 2011 and received a €22 million payoff.
# win some lose some
UTV Ireland has dragged its owner's whole TV business into the red
But at Ireland’s biggest publisher, things are starting to look up.
The decline of newspaper sales could cost 89 people their jobs
INM says it is closing a printing works in Belfast.
# Out of print
The sales of some Irish newspapers have gone into freefall
The latest circulation figures are out – and they’re bleak reading for a couple of major titles.
# Speculation
Looks like Raheem Sterling may NOT be leaving Liverpool after all
The England international’s stand-off with Liverpool is reported to have put clubs including Arsenal and Manchester City on alert.
# Read all about it
Independent News and Media wants to be an 'agile media organisation'
But the company’s print business is dragging it down.
# The briefcase
Here's everything you need to know about business this week
Everyone was talking about allergic non-workers, Ireland’s most-hated company and a Greek tragedy.
# Read all about it
Rupert Murdoch's newspaper empire has hit the wall hard
Profits have more than halved at his News Corporation so far this year.
# Media Review
'Leinster had no intention of playing' - The French papers react to Toulon's win
Leinster left Marseille ‘alive, standing, and always ambitious,’ says one paper.
# in the papers
Here's what the French media are saying before Leinster's clash with Toulon
Devin Toner has been picked out as a key player by Midi Olympique.
# The briefcase
Here's everything you need to know about business this week
Everyone was talking about rental prices, plain packaging and newspaper figures.
# Read all about it
A bad day for Irish newspapers: all of them have lost sales in the past year
The 2014 figures are in… and they don’t make happy reading for publishers.
# peter oborne
Telegraph writer resigns, claiming advertisers were influencing stories
Peter Oborne said the paper was too close to HSBC.
# Sign of the times
The Irish Times is bringing in a very leaky paywall
But one analyst has warned the plan could backfire and send readers to other outlets.
# page3
11 excellent responses to the Page 3 speculation
Can we have ‘reader’s dinners’ instead?
# don't stop the presses
Sadness and defiance: How front pages covered the Charlie Hebdo massacre
French newspapers are united in a show of defiance after the terror attacks.
# good morning and thank you
Dubliners said goodbye to the Metro Herald today - and things got emotional
We saw hugs, Christmas cards, a cheeky fiver, and plenty of sad faces on the streets this morning.
# Bad news
Staff at the Metro Herald are having a bit of fun on its last day
Thirteen staff will be made redundant as the paper closes.
# End of the line
Say it ain't so? Metro Herald will be published for the last time on Friday
The newspaper is to close with the loss of 13 full-time jobs.
# Local Heroes
Which Irish paper has just been named European Newspaper of the Year?
Is it your local?
# Paper trail
'Daily Mail Free Zone' stickers are appearing on trains around the UK
The signs are urging people to be considerate.
# Newspapers
The big chair at the Sunday Business Post has finally been filled
And the winner is… Ex-Post, RTÉ then Post-again journalist Ian Kehoe.
# will i stay or will i go?
'Day of Destiny': The UK newspapers on Scotland's vote for independence
‘Don’t leave us this way’ writes The Mirror.
# correction please
13 of the best newspaper corrections ever made
We like them better than the originals.
# Paper money
Independent News and Media sees headline profits surge
INM has doubled its net profits, despite taking an on-paper loss on its Australian interests.
# Tough Times
Bad news for Irish newspapers: every single one has dropped in circulation
The Herald saw the biggest drop, while the Sunday Independent remains the best-selling newspaper in the country.
# Paywall
New York Times reports 54% drop in net income
Print ads are down as the company develops its digital strategy.
# online media
Press Council wants to "embrace new as well as legacy media"
Chairman says the move of into the Council – a first for a major online publication – shows belief that best practice in journalism is ‘platform-neutral’.
# Reaction
Roundup: World media outlets report on the questioning of Gerry Adams
Here’s some of the headlines from around the globe on the questioning of the Sinn Féin leader.
# Reaction
Here's what the French media are saying about Munster's defeat to Toulon
There were mixed perspectives on the Munster performance on the pages of Midol, L’Equipe and Rugbyrama.
# Job Losses
Irish Examiner group is cutting more than 50 jobs
Landmark Media Investments informed staff of the news at the newspaper’s Cork office today.
# Click Here
Rather unfortunate real estate ad appears in New Zealand newspaper
You’d be safe as houses with this lot.
# Reaction
Here's what the French media are saying after the Heineken Cup quarter-finals
We’ve taken a look at L’Équipe, Midi Olympique and Rugbyrama to discover the alternative viewpoint on the action.
# Bloody hell babs
This vox pop interviewee REALLY has it in for graffiti artists
# all kicking off
19 urgent and horrifying stories from local newspapers
All of you, stop what you’re doing and read.
# Review
Here's what the French newspapers are saying after Ireland's win in Paris
We’ve scanned the pages of Midi Olympique, L’Équipe and Aujourd’hui en France to find out what they’re talking about.
# baby mama drama
Woman takes out newspaper ad to give husband a whopping burn
Shots fired. Man down.