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How do I search Irish Times archives?

From the Archive tab of the Home screen you can access all editions since January 2013. Just tap the date selector and choose a date. The full archive since 1859 is available online as part of your digital subscription. You can access the archives here.

How do I download Irish Times?

You can download The Irish Times ePaper app now from either the App Store or Google Play Store.

How do I search Irish Times?

The Irish Times Archives

  1. Search: Type one or more search terms (the words or phrase that best describe the article you want to find) into the search box of either the website or Newspaper archive.
  2. Browse: You can browse the Newspaper archive by date using the calendar function to switch between editions.

Where can I find Old Irish newspaper archives?

Universities and county libraries and archives: Most county repositories and universities have old Irish newspaper archives for their area. Galway county library, is fairly typical in having quite an extensive list (link not working at present). The majority won’t have any online access so you’ll need to visit the institutions in person.

How many newspapers can you find in Ireland?

There are 17 newspapers found in Ireland. Ireland historical newspaper archives online. Search Ireland historical newspaper archives online. Find 17 papers and 166,975 pages on Research historical IE newspaper archive databases and old news articles to help uncover your genealogy and family history now.

Where can I find the archives of the Dublin Gazette?

The archives of the Dublin Gazette, which was replaced by Iris Oifigiúil in 1922, are available on microfilm (18th century) or hard copy at the National Library, but are not online.

Where can I find the British newspaper archive?

(The British Newspaper Archive is the online, pay-to-view arm of the Library. See ‘Irish newspaper archives (Pay to view)’ in the Related Pages box above.) The British Library’s newspaper collection is no longer available at its long-time home in north London.