7 September 2011 - 7:58am | posted by | 0 comments

Save the Irish Post campaign to hold meeting in Irish parliament

Save the Irish Post campaign to hold meeting in Irish parliamentSave the Irish Post campaign to hold meeting in Irish parliament

A meeting will be held in the Irish Parliament to discuss measures that can be taken to save The Irish Post, which closed over a fortnight ago.

The newspaper, owned by Cork-based company, Thomas Crosbie Holdings, is the subject of a campaign to attempt to revive the paper, which was the largest Irish community newspaper.

As a result, former staff and management at the newspaper will hold a meeting within parliament to discuss viable alternatives to continue the newspaper through the ‘Save the Irish Post’ campaign.
 

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