De Saturday Papers






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Thanks Enda Bolger (The Irish Sun); Mark Costello (The Irish Field); Nick Sutton (UK covers); Niamh McEneaney (The Irish Mirror); Garrett Rowe (The Irish Times); Kevin Cramer (The Irish Examiner).

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    1. Formerly known as

      Yes. I think it might be time for Western media to show more footage of dead ISIS fighters, rather than showing their propaganda videos, with them driving around on flatbed trucks, with flags waving in the breeze.

  1. Spartacus

    The red-top rags coverage of the trial of Graham Dwyer continues to nauseate. It’s also currently trending as the most read story on the IT website. That’s a depressing thought.

    1. downtowntrain

      It surely grounds for a mistrial. How can it serve the public interest to have the worst of these details brought to our attention at every news bulletin for the past month?

    2. Soundings

      It is destroying the lives and reputations of witnesses who have committed no crime, but who are assisting the trial. RTE is the worst offender in my opinion; seriously, does its court reporter have BDSM issues of her own, because this level of detailed reporting is sickening.

    3. Spaghetti Hoop

      Not really – it doesn’t mean that readers are into BDSM. A murder case with bizarre behaviours will garner this type of interest anyway, plus people have a right to know what is transpiring in the courts.

      1. Joe the Lion

        Totally. A pity there wasn’t more detailed, gruesome reporting for example of what happens to a Gazan kids head when hit by an Israeli bomb while playing football by the beach.

  2. Soundings

    Is that a 1/8th page ad by an auctioneer on the front page of the Irish Times?

    Is Sherry Fitzgerald the banner advertiser on its website?

    And is that a property story hogging the front pages?

    Julien Mercille, where are you now?

  3. More_Bermuda_Than_Berlin

    Nice to see the Indo holding the line for FG anyway, and sticking it to those rock star wannabes and fantasists in Greece.

    Governments standing up for their citizens/subjects? Nah, not for us – sure the Brits never did that when they were here, and how can we show we’re as good as them if we don’t mimic their 19th century behaviour at every turn.

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