About Us

With 1.5 million visitors a month online The Irish Post is the voice of the global Irish diaspora.

With over 800,000 followers on social media we have a weekly post reach of over 50 million on Facebook where we share the stories that matter most to the Irish at home and around the world.

A trusted brand for almost five decades, we offer exclusive news and features as well as the biggest stories in business, travel, entertainment, celebrity and sport.

Whether it’s highlighting the issues affecting Irish people or celebrating their success, The Irish Post is at the heart of promoting Irish affairs and Ireland to a wider global audience.

For the last 48 years we have earned universal respect and continue to champion our ethos of being ‘The Voice of the Irish’.

The Irish Post is also the biggest-selling newspaper for the Irish in Britain.

You can find our weekly edition in over 20,000 independent stores and retailers across Britain and Ireland including Sainsbury’s, Morrison’s, Tesco, Waitrose, WH Smith Spar and Asda.

With a print readership of 80,000 spanning from Glasgow to Leeds, Manchester to London and all the towns and cities in between, The Irish Post is the first choice for Irish people of all generations.

Our annual events include The Irish Post Awards hosted by Eamonn Holmes in London’s Park Lane and The Irish Post Country Music Awards held in Ireland.

Previous guests and honourees have included Bob Geldof, Johnny McDaid, Courteney Cox, Baroness Karren Brady, Roy Keane, Martin O’Neill, Louis Walsh, Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Dara O’Briain.

The Irish Post also teams up with some of the biggest Irish festivals and events in Britain, including the Mayor of London St Patrick’s Day Festival and the GAA All-Britain Competition.

Among The Irish Post’s annual magazines are Building Britain, which promotes the Irish construction industry; Companies100, a guide to the top one hundred Irish companies in Britain; and In Business – the go-to list of Irish business leaders across Britain.

The Irish Post – The Voice of the Irish Abroad