Evening Herald
The Evening Herald is a mid-market tabloid evening newspaper
A newspaper is a scheduled publication containing news of current events, informative articles, diverse features and advertising. It usually is printed on relatively inexpensive, low-grade paper such as newsprint. By 2007, there were 6580 daily newspapers in the world selling 395 million copies a...

 published in Dublin, Ireland
Ireland is an island to the northwest of continental Europe. It is the third-largest island in Europe and the twentieth-largest island on Earth...

 by Independent News & Media
Independent News & Media
Independent News & Media plc , is a media organisation based in Dublin, Ireland, with interests in 22 countries on 4 continents worldwide. The company owns over 200 print titles, more than 130 radio stations, over 100 commercial websites and many billboard locations, and is a leading press player...

. It is published Monday-Saturday, and has three editions — City Edition, City Final Edition and National Edition. Despite its name, its early editions are usually available by late morning.


Until November 2000, the Evening Herald was both produced and pressed in Independent House on Middle Abbey St, Dublin 1. The monochrome
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 printing facility in the basement of this building was then retired, and the paper is now printed in full colour at a purpose-built plant in Citywest, along with the Irish Independent
Irish Independent
The Irish Independent is Ireland's largest-selling daily newspaper that is published in both compact and broadsheet formats. It is the flagship publication of Independent News & Media.-History:...

, the Sunday Independent
Sunday Independent
The Sunday Independent is a broadsheet Sunday newspaper published in Ireland by Independent News and Media plc. The newspaper is edited by Aengus Fanning, and is the biggest selling Irish Sunday newspaper by a large margin ; average circulation of 291,323 between June 2004 and January 2005,...

and various other regional newspapers owned by Independent News & Media. In 2004, production of the paper was moved from Independent House to a new office on Talbot Street and the paper's old home was sold to the neighbouring department store, Arnotts
Arnotts (Ireland)
Arnotts is the oldest and largest department store in Dublin, Ireland. The company has two stores in Dublin. Its flagship store is located on Henry Street on the northside of the city centre, and there is a smaller store selling mainly shoes in an outlet in Stillorgan Shopping Centre in south...

, for an estimated €26 million.


The newspaper has been variously marketed as both a Dublin local newspaper and a national newspaper. It is available throughout most of the country. In Dublin it is the only evening newspaper. However, in Munster
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 it competes against the Evening Echo
Evening Echo
The Evening Echo is an Irish evening newspaper based in Cork. It is distributed throughout the province of Munster, although it is primarily read in its base city of Cork. In Limerick, an altered local edition of the paper is sold...

. It has an extensive classified ad section. On Mondays it comes with a free soccer supplement called Striker which is marketed as "the real voice of amateur and schoolboy football". The Dubliner magazine comes free inside the paper on Thursdays.

According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, it had an average daily circulation
Newspaper circulation
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 of 87,645 during the first six months of 2006.

On 10 October 2005, a free version of the Evening Herald, published in the mornings and entitled Herald AM
Herald AM
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, began distribution, as a defensive measure against the Daily Mail and General Trust
Daily Mail and General Trust
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-owned Metro
Metro (Associated Metro Limited)
Metro is a free daily newspaper in the United Kingdom published by Associated Newspapers Ltd . It is available from Monday to Friday each week on many public transport services across the United Kingdom.-History:The paper was launched in London in 1999, and can now be found in 14 UK urban centres...

, launched on the same date. It joined with with another morning freesheet Metro to become the Metro Herald.

List of contributors

  • George Byrne
  • Eamon Carr
  • Eoghan Corry
    Eoghan Corry
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  • Aidan Coughlan
  • Fiona Dillon
  • Kevin Doyle
  • Conor Feehan
  • Melanie Finn
  • Aoife Finneran
  • LukeFitzgerald
  • Aidan Fitzmaurice
  • Johnny Giles
    Johnny Giles
    Michael John "Johnny" Giles is a former association footballer and manager best remembered for his time as a midfielder with Leeds United in the 1960s and 1970s...

  • Paul Hyland
  • Colin Kerr
  • Rory Kerr
  • Conor Linehan
  • Cormac Looney
  • Andrew Lynch
  • Brian McDonald
  • Charles Mallon
  • J. B. Malone
    J. B. Malone
    John James Bernard Malone was an Irish hill-walking enthusiast who popularised the pastime through his television programmes and books...

  • John Martin
  • Conor McKeon
  • Sarah McQuaid
  • Martin Moran
  • Claire Murphy
  • Cormac Murphy
  • Lindie Naughton
  • Anna Nolan
    Anna Nolan
    Anna Nolan is an Irish television presenter, producer and former business manager, waitress and Irish international basketball player. She has presented numerous television programmes in Ireland and the UK...

  • Lorna Nolan
  • Niall O'Connor
  • Michael O'Doherty
    Michael O'Doherty (publisher)
    Michael O'Doherty is a television talent judge, newspaper writer and the publisher of the VIP magazine group in Ireland. He is originally from Killiney in County Dublin, and was educated at Sandford Park School in Dublin and studied English and French at Trinity College, Dublin to undergraduate...

  • Alan O'Keeffe
  • Andrew Phelan
  • Lucille Redmond
  • Ralph Riegel
  • Frank Roche
    Frank Roche
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  • Sinead Ryan
  • Niall Scully
  • Clodagh Sheehy
  • Pat Stacey
  • Olaf Tyaransen
    Olaf Tyaransen
    Olaf Tyaransen is an Irish author and journalist, and is a contributing editor with Dublin's Hot Press magazine and the Evening Herald...

  • Chris Wasser
  • Ernie Whalley
  • Dan White
  • Leslie Williams
  • Keith Wood
    Keith Wood
    Keith Gerard Mallinson Wood and educated at St Munchin's College, Limerick is a former international rugby union footballer who played hooker for Ireland, the Lions, Garryowen, Harlequins and Munster....

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