With a monthly readership figure of 51,284, the Anglo Celt, based in Cavan, has been the source of local news for people throughout the Breffni county over the past 165 years. Published every Wednesday, the Anglo Celt has a loyal base of readers who value the quality of their local news coverage.
Founded in 1828, The Connaught Telegraph is one of the oldest regional newspapers in Ireland. Focusing on the happenings of the wider Castlebar area, the Connaught Telegraph engages a wide audience of people. Published every Tuesday, the Connaught Telegraph covers a wide range of subject areas of interest to local readers.
A free bi-weekly newspaper, distributed in south Meath, Forum focuses on the local communities of Ashbourne, Ratoath, Dunshaughlin and Dunboyne.
The oldest and most widely read newspaper in county Meath – The Meath Chronicle covers topics that include sport, entertainment and lifestyle and has a weekly readership figure of 64,702. The Meath Chronicle also has a strong digital presence, with over 1.45 million website visitors in 2015.
A free paper, distributed to 43,957 people on a monthly basis across the county of Offaly. The Offaly Independent offers insight into the local communities of Tullamore, Birr, Edenderry, and the surrounding areas. In addition to the freely distributed hard copy, the Offaly Independent is also offered digitally from the Offaly Independent website at no charge.
Serving the people of Mullingar and north Westmeath with quality local news since 1882, the Westmeath Examiner has a monthly readership figure of 29,719, along with 70,502 average monthly website visitors.
Serving the people of the Greater Athlone area in Westmeath, Roscommon, Longford and East Galway with quality local news since 1846, the Westmeath Independent has a monthly readership figure of 25,000, along with 40,641 average monthly website visitors.