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Dublin Evening Mail - Bought, Then Closed, By The Irish Times
... The mail was bought by The Irish Times in its final few years ... had hoped to turn it into its own evening paper to rival the Irish Independent/Evening Herald and the Irish Press/Evening Press relationships, the Irish Times controversially closed the paper on 10 July 1962 ... Some of its staff and columns transferred directly over to the Irish Times ...
... under the pseudonym "Crosaire", was the compiler of the "Irish Times crossword" from its inception in 1943 until his death ... Crozier's pseudonym "Crosaire" is a play on his own surname and crosaire, the Irish for "crossroads" ... The day he died saw puzzle No 14,120 published The Irish Times crossword editor estimated there were a year's worth of his puzzles remaining to be published ...
Eoghan Harris - Political Career - Endorsing Fianna Fáil
... Harris also claimed that other newspapers, namely The Irish Times and The Irish Daily Mail waged an anti-Ahern campaign ... Election special 26 May 2007), when an Irish Times columnist, Fintan O'Toole denied Harris's claims of an Irish Times campaign against Ahern, and accused the Sunday Independent of having its own political agenda ...
Irishtimes - History - Recent History
... In 1969, the longest-serving editor of The Irish Times, Douglas Gageby, was allegedly called a "white nigger" by the company chairman (a former British army officer), because of the newspaper's coverage of Northern ... publishing 'colour' pages devoted to local Irish regions, with regional coverage now merged with news ... newspaper The Daily Telegraph, which has a circulation of about nine times that of The Irish Times ...
Tales Of Silversleeve - Reception
... of Silversleeve received a largely positive reaction from critics and reviewers in the Irish media ... case it's not as good as you remember the first time" ... Jim Carroll, rock critic with The Irish Times, called the record "The most charming pop album you’ll hear in Zero Seven" ...

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