The Irish Examiner newspaper has been named as one of the best in the country for the year ending September 2018, according to the newspaper’s new online magazine, The Irish Observer.
The Irish Times, which publishes the Sunday edition, was named the second best newspaper in the UK.
The online magazine has been updated to include a list of top Irish newspapers across a wide range of subjects, from history to economics, culture, music, sport and the arts.
The latest issue of The Irish Insider features some of the most popular Irish newspapers published in 2018.
The magazine also features an editorial from the publisher of The Times, Niall O’Sullivan, which focuses on the challenges facing the industry in 2018, the importance of the industry, and the future of the Irish economy.
“This is the year we start to really look at the whole of the economy, the whole economy, and what we can do to support it,” Mr O’Neill said.
In 2017, The Guardian ranked the Irish Examiner as the country’s best newspaper, ahead of the Sunday Times and the Sunday Express. “
There’s always been a lot of good stuff, but there’s also a lot that needs to be done to improve the lot of the ordinary Irish people.”
In 2017, The Guardian ranked the Irish Examiner as the country’s best newspaper, ahead of the Sunday Times and the Sunday Express.
The newspaper also had a strong showing in 2018 with an overall circulation of more than 1.5 million.
The number of subscribers for the Irish Times was a record, with more than 100,000 subscribers.
In 2018, The Herald newspaper also topped the list of the top 20 newspapers in the world, followed by the Times and Express.