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The Irish Examiner's editorial offices are based in Linn Dubh, Assumption Road, Blackpool, Cork.

Our public offices are at 80 Oliver Plunkett Street, Cork.

Dublin office: Irish Examiner, 4th Floor - Irish Times Building, 24-28 Tara Street, Dublin 2 D02 CX89

Written correspondence:

Diary manager, Reader feedback, Irish Examiner, Linn Dubh, Assumption Road, Blackpool, Cork

Telephone and email

MAIN SWITCHBOARD: Tel. +353 21 4272722

Newsdesk: 021 4802348


Digital desk: 021 4802214 / 021 4802110

Email: and

Diary desk: 021 4802101


Sports desk: 021 4802152


Photography and video queries:

For all image, photography and video queries please contact

Business desk: 01 5330877/ 021 4802387


Advertising: 021 4274455 / 021 4802192

Email: /

Circulation: 1800 69 70 71 (freephone)


Phone: +353 1 5330880

(Please note all newspaper queries, including advertising and editorial issues, should be addressed directly to the newspaper and not to the website.)

Digital specific queries

Please address specific web queries to and

Please direct all press releases to both our digital team at (00 353 21 4802214) and the Irish Examiner newsdesk at (00 353 21 4802346/2348)

To Advertise on this website:

For advertising queries on, contact

Technical queries

For technical support enquiries, contact

Please be as specific as you can about the nature of the problem. The more information you give us, the more likely we can help.

For example, if a page is not displaying properly, we need to know what browser and platform you are using as well as the file name of the offending page.

Editorial queries

Please contact us wherever possible by email, directed to the individual department or person you wish to reach. If you wish to contact any of the journalists writing for the Irish Examiner, the email format is

The Editor's email is

Journalists can also be contacted by telephone at 353 21 4272722 and by regular mail at:

Journalist's Name, Irish Examiner, Linn Dubh, Assumption Road, Blackpool, Cork, Ireland, Tel: 00 353 21 4272722

Sales and Advertising Queries - Print edition:

For advertising queries relating to the Irish Examiner print edition, please contact Suzanne Dwyer ( / Tel. +353 1 5330890

Other Contacts:

Please address emails intended for various desks at Irish Examiner as follows:

Circulation enquiries:

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Back Issues/Photo Reprints:

Legal Notices/Public Notices/Tenders:

Data protection

You have several rights under data-protection law in relation to how we use your personal information. To request a copy of the personal information we hold about you, simply fill out an online Data Access Request form to initiate the process. Before we can provide you with any data, we’ll need to verify your identity and may also need to gather some additional information to clarify the scope of your request.

For all other data privacy queries, contact our Data Protection Team at

Press Council of Ireland

This publication supports the work of the Press Council of Ireland and the Office of the Press Ombudsman, and our staff operate within the Code of Practice. You can obtain a copy of the Code, or contact the Council, at, PH: (01) 6489130, Lo-call 1890 208 080 or email:

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Ethics policy

The Irish Examiner is committed to the highest ethical standards.

Fairness and accuracy underpins everything we do and assures our continued position as a news brand with integrity.

The trust our readers place in us depends on it.

To that end our aim is to deliver the facts with precision and context, to ensure stories are multi-sourced and to ensure issues are balanced with diverse views and sources.

In the course of our journalism we attribute information to unnamed sources only when news value warrants and as a last resort.

We acknowledge, however, that in the public interest anonymous sourcing can be a vital tool in exposing hidden truths and protecting those who may be harmed for reporting them.

We will strive to ensure all quotations will be the exact words that someone spoke and that our cameras always provide a lens to the truth.

Nothing should be added to or omitted from scenes and any alterations will be disclosed.

Fair play will always underpin our reporting and we will allow those impacted by our reporting ample time to respond and react to issues, events and, most important, allegations against them. We should make every possible attempt to reach them, both at home and work.

We will accurately disclose to our readers how and when we tried to reach the subjects of our news stories.

Fact-checking policy / Fairness and accuracy

Words and pictures are our business so we care about being perfectly clear and precise.

Our journalists will always endeavour to verify the information they gather and write.

This includes identifying information such as names, locations, factual statements, and accounts related to the content.

We are committed to non-partisanship, transparency of sources, transparency of funding, and being open to reasonable criticism and corrections in our organisation.

If we receive a claim regarding anything we have published we first contact the source of the claim for further elaboration and supporting information.

Corrections Policy

The Irish Examiner takes all complaints about editorial content seriously.

The Irish Examiner supports the work of the Press Council of Ireland and the Office of the Press Ombudsman, and our staff operate within the Code of Practice for journalists in Ireland. You can obtain a copy of the Code, or contact the Council, at, Lo-call 1890 208 080 or email:

Requests for corrections or clarification should be sent by email to or by post to The Editor, Irish Examiner, Linn Dubh, Assumption Road, Blackppol, Cork.

Ownership and funding information

The Irish Times DAC is a registered company with an address at 24-28 Tara Street, Dublin 2, Ireland. The Irish Times Group is a fully consolidated subsidiary under the management control of The Irish Times DAC. The Irish Examiner is part of the Irish Times Group.


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