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# Newspaper

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# The Sun
Johnny Depp denied appeal against 'wife beater' libel ruling
A judge refused the actor permission to appeal against his ruling, but Depp can still apply directly to the Court of Appeal.
# libel case
House in Australia left in 'state of complete carnage' after being trashed by Johnny Depp, court hears
The 57-year-old is suing over a 2018 article in the tabloid which labelled him a “wife beater”.
# making the headlines
Three Wall Street Journal reporters expelled from China over article headline
The United States protested what it called an affront to press freedom, one day after it tightened rules on Chinese media organisations.
# actual fake news
Fake editions of The Washington Post handed out in DC
Photos of the fake papers quickly spread on social media today.
# Complaints
Tralee Advertiser apologises for publishing 'racist joke'
The newspaper said the story was published in error.
# loch ness monster
A lot of people are talking about The Sun's front page
‘Great Britain or Great Betrayal.’
# stupid sexy flanders
This newspaper's cheeky headline will delight any Simpsons fan
Genius.
# declining sales
Liquidator appointed to publisher of four Wexford Echo newspapers
It’s hoped a buyer can be found for the Wexford Echo, Gorey Echo, New Ross Echo and Enniscorthy Echo.
# Adios
Mexican paper where murdered reporter worked closes over lack of security
The Mexican government has not done enough to protect journalists, it has been claimed.
# Campaign
Lego stops advertising with the Daily Mail following 'Stop Funding Hate' campaign
The Stop Funding Hate campaign attempts to target advertisers in certain UK newspapers, agitating for them to withdraw their business.
# fatima manji
Channel 4 reporter says the Sun's hijab criticism "won't stop me from doing my job"
The column was written by the former editor of the newspaper.
# Hot off the Press
New York Times to start delivering recipe ingredients to readers
Consumers will be able to chose and order meal kits from a selection of recipes.
# hot off the presses
Delhi street kids fill newspaper with stories of abuse, drug addiction and police brutality
The newspaper, produced by the group of young people, draws its stories from the families living on the streets.
# Breaking News
10 headlines that could only happen in Cork
“Cork shuns One Direction for topless farmers.”
# Child Abuse
Spotlight movie shines light on Catholic Church abuses that are all too familiar
The new Hollywood movie focuses on the Pulitzer Prize winning investigation carried out by The Boston Globe into the Catholic Church’s cover-up of child-molesting priests.
# stop the presses
World's first newspaper interview may have been with Irish woman during famine
Bridget was interviewed by one of the many journalists sent from London to find out if the famine was actually as bad as the Irish press was making out.
# is the pope a catholic?
The Times just landed newspaper correction of the week with a howler about the Pope
That would be an ecumenical matter.
# Read all about it
After much speculation, the Financial Times will be sold to Nikkei Inc.
The distinctive pinksheet has been sold to the Japanese media giant.
# just saying
Is this the single stupidest letter ever written to a newspaper?
*facepalm forever*
# Accused of spying
American journalist accused of spying
He is accused of espionage and collaboration with hostile governments.
# deep
This excellent Telegraph reader's letter demonstrates the perils of predictive text
Damn you, autocorrect.
# accusations
This article on female politicians was "misrepresented" - not sexist, says paper
It also focused on the posters of five male politicians.
# The Sun
Katie Hopkins under fire for calling migrants "cockroaches"
She also advocated turning gunships on migrants trying to cross the UK border.
# Rehired
Rebekah Brooks 'to head up Storyful in News Corp return'
The former editor of the Sun and the News of the World was acquitted on hacking charges last year.
# chips are down
This is Cavan's version of that scene from Mission Impossible
Whoa.
# paper fight
The Telegraph is getting a LOT of flack over this front page
A journalist at the newspaper retired over the HSBC scandal last week.
# canapes and c**ks
This is the most unfortunate newspaper typo you'll see today
She specialises in WHAT?!
# Papa
This letter to the Telegraph on paternity leave is rather excellent
Oh, what could have been.
# page 3
8 of the best reactions to The Sun trolling the entire UK
The newspaper announced last night that Page 3 is still very much alive. And we must scream.
# back in the day
Poorhouses and midnight mass: What Christmas was like in 1901 Ireland
According to the Intermountain and Colorado Catholic newspaper.
# last goodbye
People are really going to miss the staff who hand out the Metro Herald
The newspaper is to cease publication on Friday.
# Double Take
This headline/photo combination is attention-grabbing, to say the least
Hint: Hitler is involved.
# Journalism
HSE puts pressure on newspaper to reveal its source on hospital waiting lists
However the Sunday Business Post is not budging.
# Admission
British newspaper group admits liability in four cases of phone hacking
In a statement, the company said it has apologised to the people involved and as agreed to pay compensation.
# Silver lining
Daily Mail explains to its readers that the iCloud is not, in fact, an actual cloud
Wait a minute – it’s not a real cloud? Like in the sky?
# aggrived
Limerick camogie star laments media depiction of female athletes
Niamh Mulcahy has criticised a recent article on women’s sport that appeared last weekend.
# Witch Hunt
The Sun criticised for 'irresponsible' front page of boy with 'devil mark'
The newspaper, however, says it is conscious of the code and guidance around paying parents for stories.
# flicked off
This week's Wexford People has one unintentionally rude headline
WHAT are you saying to us?
# oh gary
Gary the Goat finds out he made it into the newspaper
One man and his goat.
# have i got your support?
Latest poll shows Labour support continues to fall as Sinn Féin sees a further boost
Support for Fine Gael remains unchanged from the last poll at 25 per cent.