- The Munster Express
The Munster Express is a newspaper based in Waterford City established in 1860. It is Waterford's only remaining broadsheet local newspaper. The newspaper covers stories from across Waterford city and County Waterford. It retails at €2.00. The Munster Express office is located on the Quay in Waterford City.
The Munster Express is edited by Kieran Walsh. His deputy is John O' Connor.
- John O' Connor
- Michelle Clancy
- Jamie O' Keeffe
- Dermot Keyes
- Nichola Beresford
- Joe Falvey
- Matt Keane
- Thomas Keane
- Eddie Kirwan
- Liam Murphy
Many articles within the paper are not accredited to any specific person, this is especially true of the local notes section for which notes are submitted by many people from across the county.
Kirsten Power Hennessy wrote for the Munster express. She wrote an article called My Expierence In Lourdes
- Munster Express website
- Irish Newspaper Archives website Its full archives are available at Irish Newspaper Archives
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