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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’ owner, Cork-based Landmark Media, is reportedly considering a deal with INM as one way of tackling its €21m debt. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Irish Independent and Herald owner is in talks with the rival Irish Examiner and Evening Echo about a possible takeover, according to the Sunday T(...)

The remains are removed at the funeral of Owen O’Callaghan at St Patrick’s Church, Rochestown, Cork, on Tuesday. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Property developer Owen O’Callaghan left a footprint across Ireland with the shopping centres he built, but his greatest legacy was the generosity he (...)

Sinéad Diver from Belmullet, Co Mayo, has just been confirmed on the Australian team for the IAAF world contest in Beijing.

A Mayo woman, who took up competitive running accidentally just four years ago, has been selected to represent Australia in this year’s athletics worl(...)

‘Irish Examiner’ parent company has made a loss of €700,000

Landmark Media Investments, the company behind the Irish Examiner and several local newspaper titles and radio stations, made a loss of almost €700,00(...)

The National Union of Journalists says it is “gravely disappointed” by the decision of Irish Examiner publisher Landmark Media Investments to cut a(...)

Newspapers sales in Ireland fell in the second half of 2013, with the market for both daily and Sunday titles shrinking by more than 6 per cent

Newspapers sales in Ireland fell in the second half of 2013, with the market for both daily and Sunday titles shrinking by more than 6 per cent(...)

The Sunday Business Post on Harcourt Street, Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The examiner for Post Publications Ltd, the publisher of the Sunday Business Post, is due to give a key update to the High Court today on efforts to (...)

Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte said the new public service broadcasting charge, which will replace the current licence fee, is unlikely to be ready until next year but could end up bringing in more revenue than the present licence fee. Photograph: David Sleator

The new public service broadcasting charge cannot be seen as a panacea for all the difficulties of Irish media, the Minister for Communications(...)

The name plate of the Harcourt Street offices for the The Sunday Business Post and The Irish Examiner. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The former chairman of Thomas Crosbie Holdings (TCH) Alan Crosbie has said that he did not have the financial resources to invest in the compan(...)

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