Senator Paudie Coffey, a former TD and minister of state, is suing Iconic Newspapers, publisher of the ‘Kilkenny People’. File photograph: Sara Freund/The Irish Times.

A Fine Gael senator claims he was defamed when likened to an 18th century highway robber in a report in a local newspaper which featured comments from(...)

Johnston Press expects bidders will move to break up the owner of British newspapers the i and the Scotsman after the company with its roots in the 18(...)

The company has been trying to cut debt  as it tackles a fall in circulation. In 2014 the group sold its 14 newspapers in  Ireland

Publisher Johnston Press on Monday confirmed that it was in late-stage talks with Iliffe Media for the potential sale of certain titles. Johnston Pr(...)

Johnston Press recently agreed to buy the ‘i’ newspaper from the Evgeny Lebedev-owned ESI Media. Photograph: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

Iconic Newspapers subsidiary Formpress Publishing, the company behind 14 local news titles in Ireland, made a pretax profit of almost €1.2 million in(...)

Bank of Ireland was among the biggest winners on the Iseq yesterday,adding 5.52 per cent to 32 cent Photograph: Dara MacDonaill

World equity markets added to recent gains yesterday, as Wall Street hit a record high after strong factory data, while soft m(...)

The Johnston Press media group has sold its 14 newspaper titles in the Republic to Iconic Newspapers Ltd, a company run by British advertising exec(...)

Ashley Highfield: under his leadership, Johnston Press has embarked upon a major restructuring in recent years

Johnston Press took an impairment charge of £13.8 million (€16.7m) on the value last year of its titles in the Republic, which the regional newsp(...)

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