Tim Vaughan

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Fomer editor of the Irish Examiner Tim Vaughan (centre) with former Irish Times editor Geraldine Kennedy and former press ombudsman John Horgan.

The failure of businessman Denis O’Brien’s defamation case against the Sunday Business Post earlier this year was a “terrifically important event”, th(...)

The winners of last year’s NewsBrands Ireland Journalism Awards at Dublin’s Mansion House. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw: The Irish Times.

The National Lottery is to sponsor the annual NewsBrands Ireland Journalism Awards for a further three years. Tim Vaughan, former editor of the Irish(...)

The Irish Times pictured with copies of titles owned by Landmark Media Investments. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

The Dublin Print Group of Unions has welcomed a commitment from the Irish Times DAC that it will honour existing agreements with trade unions as it mo(...)

Irish Examiner editor Tim Vaughan is leaving the title after 15 years to join the Cork-based software company Newsweaver.

Irish Examiner editor Tim Vaughan is leaving the title after 15 years in the role. Mr Vaughan is joining the Cork-based software company Newsweaver as(...)

Ryan Tubridy: introduces RTÉ One controller Adrian Lynch.   Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

“Once we were made aware by the BBC of the significance of this episode RTÉ made a decision to simulcast the episode with the BBC rather than disappoi(...)

The editor of the ‘Irish Examiner’, Tim Vaughan, told the banking inquiry information on the economic conditions that would lead to Ireland’s crash was simply not available to the media.

The editor of the Irish Examiner, Tim Vaughan, has said information on the economic conditions that would lead to Ireland’s crash was simply not avai(...)

A number of current and former media executives will appear before the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry later this month as it continues its investigation i(...)

A second Irish Examiner poster, erected in Limerick after the first was torn down. Picture: Mike Cowhey

There have protests in Limerick and Kerry over a billboard advertising campaign promoting the Irish Examiner which has prompted more than 20 complaint(...)