Johnston Press

Johnston Press

Johnston Press plc (LSE: JPR) is a Scottish newspaper publishing company, headquartered in Edinburgh. Its flagship titles are The Scotsman and the Yorkshire Post; it also operates many other newspapers around the United Kingdom, Ireland and the Isle of Man. It is the second-largest publisher of local newspapers in the UK. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE Fledgling Index.

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Larne Times
... The paper was taken over by Johnston Press in 2005 from Scottish Radio Holdings and is now operated by the holding company, Johnston Publishing (NI) ... also Republic of Ireland newspapers Irish newspapers owned by Johnston Press Daily News Letter Local/Regional Ballymena Times Ballymoney and Moyle Times Coleraine ...
Portadown Times
... It is published by Johnston Publishing (NI), part of Johnston Press who own thirty-seven papers across Ireland ... son John who sold them to Scottish Radio, who consequently sold them on to Johnston Press ... Lá Nua Ulsterman See also Republic of Ireland newspapers Irish newspapers owned by Johnston Press Daily News Letter Local/Regional Ballymena Times Ballymoney and Moyle Times Coleraine Times Derry Journal Donegal ...
Sheffield Star
... and the Green 'Un are published by Sheffield Newspapers Ltd (owned by Johnston Press), based at York Street in Sheffield City Centre ... Johnston Press began printing The Star at their new £60 million printing plant in Dinnington, near Rotherham, in September 2006 ... The plant includes the first 'triple width' newspaper press in the UK ...
Mid Ulster Mail
... It is published by Johnston Publishing (NI), part of Johnston Press who own thirty-seven papers across Ireland ... of Ireland newspapers Irish newspapers owned by Johnston Press Daily News Letter Local/Regional Ballymena Times Ballymoney and Moyle Times Coleraine Times ...

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