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About Us

The Inish Times is the first for news and sport in Inishowen. Established in 1999 the Inish Times is the first and only full colour newspaper on sale in the peninsula. A dedicated team of journalists and photographers are on hand to bring the latest local news and sport to the people of Inishowen at home and abroad. It is available in all local newsagents every Tuesday, online at Donegal Now, or by clicking on the link below.

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The Inish Times can be purchased in all good newsagents, but it is also available digitally on computer, smart phone, tablet, and iPad. You can buy single issues or sign up for three, six or 12 month subscriptions.

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Tel: 074 9341055

Obituaries: editor@inishtimes.com

Sales: roisin.gallagher@inishtimes.com (Tel: 087 952 3478) 
Sales: paddy@inishtimes.com (Tel: 086 601 5107)

Address:
Inish Times
33 Main Street
Buncrana
Inishowen
County Donegal

 

 

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