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About North-West News Group

Our company has a long and successful tradition in the publishing industry and since our foundation in 1901, our focus has always been on delivering the best possible service to our customers.

All of our titles are well established, and highly recognised brands and whether you are in Tyrone, Fermanagh, Donegal or further afield, we are confident that we can provide a strong, local audience for your business.

Our many years of experience has helped us understand the needs and expectations of our readers and we continually strive to serve their interests through a range of comprehensive print, digital and online services.

In today’s highly competitive world, it is important to keep your brand to the fore of your customers mind and we are confident that the North-West News Group can help you achieve that.

Our highly skilled and experienced staff can advise you on all your sales and marketing needs and we are delighted to welcome you on board.

  Our publications:

The Donegal News is published bi-weekly; every Monday and Friday, The Donegal News is based in Letterkenny, County Donegal.
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The Gaelic Life is published every Thursday, Gaelic Life is Ulster's only dedicated weekly newspaper providing top class GAA coverage every Thursday.
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The Fermanagh Herald is published every Wednesday, circulates throughout the County of Fermanagh and is now the biggest selling paper in the County.
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A new chic and glamorous glossy bridal magazine that targets the bridal market in the North-West.
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The Strabane Chronicle is published every Thursday, it is the biggest selling newspaper in Strabane and achieves a weekly household penetration of over 66%.
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The Tyrone Herald is published every Monday, circulation area is similar to that of the Ulster Herald but is gaining new readers in the East of the County
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The Ulster Herald is published every Thursday, mainly circulates in the County town of Omagh and surrounding towns and villages.
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