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# newspapers - Monday 6 February, 2012

From The42 Start spreading the news: how America's papers saw last night's Super Bowl Cover Story This post contains images

Start spreading the news: how America's papers saw last night's Super Bowl

While the younger Manning was putting the “Eli” into “Elite”, America’s finest were dreaming up some brilliant front pages.

The 5 at 5: Monday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Crosbie: newspapers should get a slice of any new broadcasting charge

Alan Crosbie is chairman of Thomas Crosbie Holdings, owners of 17 newspapers – he also said new media had capacity “to destroy civil society”.

# newspapers - Sunday 22 January, 2012

Eoin McKeogh loses anonymity case against newspapers

Student McKeogh had been named by newspapers in a dispute over an online video. He was not the person in the video.

# newspapers - Saturday 10 December, 2011

Gallery: 'Bye-Bye England' - how the world's press saw the EU deal EU This post contains images

Gallery: 'Bye-Bye England' - how the world's press saw the EU deal

There were some, er, strong views on show in the British and German media…

# newspapers - Friday 25 November, 2011

Former RTÉ man Michael O'Kane is new Editor of Irish Daily Star

Current Deputy Editor (News) takes over from Ger Colleran, who is promoted to MD.

# newspapers - Wednesday 23 November, 2011

James Murdoch resigns from the boards of Times and Sun

Rupert Murdoch’s son has stepped down from the boards of News Group Newspapers Limited and Times Newspapers Limited.

# newspapers - Tuesday 15 November, 2011

Irish Daily Star to get new editor Exclusive

Current editor Ger Colleran to become MD of the newspaper – the new editor will be appointed within a fortnight.

# newspapers - Sunday 13 November, 2011

From The Daily Edge Slideshow: 11 of the weirdest newspaper headlines ever Hold The Front Page This post contains images

Slideshow: 11 of the weirdest newspaper headlines ever

Tortoise stolen to sell for booze? Join us for a highlights tour of the local press…

# newspapers - Thursday 27 October, 2011

Irish Times biggest winner at national newspaper awards

The paper of record wins four gongs at the National Newspapers of Ireland’s inaugural journalism awards.

# newspapers - Friday 21 October, 2011

Poll: Should Gaddafi corpse photos have made the front page? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should Gaddafi corpse photos have made the front page?

Most newspapers – international and Irish – have opted to put graphic photos of a dying or dead Gaddafi on their cover this morning. How do you feel about seeing them there?

# newspapers - Wednesday 19 October, 2011

Irish Post returns to newsstands in Britain

The paper was saved last month after it was initially closed by its Irish owners in August.

# newspapers - Tuesday 6 September, 2011

Irish Daily Star records €4.3m operating profit

Company cut costs in 2010 by eliminating its Sunday title.

# newspapers - Tuesday 30 August, 2011

News International puts other UK papers under review

Journalistic standards across News International’s titles are being reviewed in the wake of the phone-hacking scandal.

# newspapers - Monday 29 August, 2011

Mixed messages as retail sales continue their slide

Both the volume and value of retail sales fell in July, and if you exclude motor trading, the domestic economy is even gloomier.

# newspapers - Friday 26 August, 2011

Sales up for only two newspapers from January to June 2011

One of these regional papers is owned by INM, which today revealed a drop of 12.3 per cent in group revenue for the first half of this year.

# newspapers - Saturday 20 August, 2011

Twelve lose jobs in Irish Post closure

The newspaper which served Ireland’s emigrant community in Britain could no longer sustain falling circulation and advertising losses.

# newspapers - Wednesday 10 August, 2011

Twelfth person arrested over phone hacking allegations

London police have arrested a 61-year-old man in connection with the ongoing investigation into the alleged hacking of phone messages.

# newspapers - Friday 5 August, 2011

Paul McCartney to go to police over phone hacking

Former Beatle notes claims by ex-wife Heather Mills that the couple’s phone messages had been spied on. If true, it’s “a horrendous violation of privacy”, he says.

# newspapers - Wednesday 20 July, 2011

Daily Mail and the Sun fined £15,000 each for contempt of court

The publications’ websites carried a photograph of a defendant in a murder trial that showed him holding a firearm.

Poll: Do you believe the Murdochs' claims of ignorance? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you believe the Murdochs' claims of ignorance?

Rupert and James Murdoch said they knew little of what went on at the News of the World. Do you believe them?

# newspapers - Tuesday 19 July, 2011

LIVEBLOG: Rebekah Brooks before House of Commons select committee

The former chief executive of News International appears before the UK Select Committee on Culture, Media and Sport on the phone-hacking scandal in the News of the World.

Column: A reputation can be ruined... but it can also recover

Former trader Nick Leeson says there is a big difference in the motivation behind resignations of Rebekah Brooks and police chief Paul Stephenson – and it could make all the difference to how they rebuild their personal reputations.

# newspapers - Friday 15 July, 2011

Under-fire Murdoch insists: "We've handled crisis extremely well"

His comments came as an FBI investigation into alleged attempts to hack the phones of 9/11 victims was confirmed.

# newspapers - Wednesday 13 July, 2011

US senator demands investigation into possible 9/11 phone-hacking

Highly-regarded senator Jay Rockefeller says the fallout from the News of the World raises ‘serious questions’.

# newspapers - Tuesday 12 July, 2011

US newspapers offer cheap Android tablets in exchange for subscriptions

Two Philadelphia papers will offer their customers discounted tablets if they buy long-term subscriptions in a bid to stimulate the market.

MPs to quiz cops on failure to investigate phone-hacking

The assistant commissioner of the Metropolitan Police will be grilled on why he chose not to reopen inquiries in 2009.

# newspapers - Monday 11 July, 2011

NotW emails: Police 'sold royal family's mobile phone numbers' NOTW This post contains images

NotW emails: Police 'sold royal family's mobile phone numbers'

Emails discovered in 2007 and handed over to investigators last month claim corruption among police guarding the Royals.

News International chief Rebekah Brooks faces police quiz

The former News of the World editor is likely to be questioned by officers investigating the phone-hacking scandal.

# newspapers - Thursday 7 July, 2011

From The Daily Edge In photos: The growing list of suspected newspaper phone hacking victims NOTW

In photos: The growing list of suspected newspaper phone hacking victims

From rock to royalty, here is a collection of the famous faces linked to the ongoing phone hacking scandal.

# newspapers - Friday 1 July, 2011

The 9 at 9: Friday

In today’s 9 at 9: Some good news as VAT is lowered; a twist in the Strauss-Kahn case; new developments in the Race for the Áras; and who is a “snotty Miss Fancy Pants”?

# newspapers - Thursday 30 June, 2011

Tax rate cut takes effect tomorrow for hospitality sector

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has warned businesses that the government will ‘get tough’ on those who don’t pass on the cut to customers.

# newspapers - Wednesday 29 June, 2011

Take 5: Wednesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

5 minutes with Eamon Gilmore

The Tánaiste opens up about lunch with Enda Kenny, iPads, and why he doesn’t read newspapers any more.

# newspapers - Friday 10 June, 2011

Connaught Telegraph staff go on strike over production plans

Journalists and other workers at the 183-year-old Mayo paper are protesting at plans to relocate production to Mullingar.

# newspapers - Monday 23 May, 2011

From The42 Newspapers plan new bid to unmask superinjunction footballer Privacy

Newspapers plan new bid to unmask superinjunction footballer

The Sun and other newspapers will return to the High Court, after a Scottish paper publishes the identity of the footballer.

Newspapers plan new bid to unmask superinjunction footballer

The Sun and other newspapers will return to the High Court, after a Scottish paper publishes the identity of the footballer.

# newspapers - Friday 6 May, 2011

UK press watchdog to regulate press Twitter feeds but no plans for it in Ireland Twitter This post contains a poll

UK press watchdog to regulate press Twitter feeds but no plans for it in Ireland

The body wants each newspaper in the UK to draw up a Twitter policy but there are no plans to do a similar thing in Ireland according to the Press Council.

# newspapers - Monday 18 April, 2011

Take 5: Monday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

# newspapers - Sunday 10 April, 2011

From The42 The Sunday Papers: the week’s best sportswriting

The Sunday Papers: the week’s best sportswriting

Take a minute to click through the most interesting pieces from newspapers, magazines, websites and blogs.