In 1889, Joseph Fisher, the first editor of the Munster Express, was jailed for 14 days for reporting a meeting of the Land League movement against the landlord class.
During the World War II years, the paper was limited by law to six to eight pages. In the 1950s, the paper began to add pages and introduce photographs as classified advertising became popular and the property market picked up.
These stories have been dusted off in recent...
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