WHEN it comes to bringing you the stories that matter most, The Irish Post has it covered.
And now you can keep up to date with all the latest news, sport and entertainment on our dynamic new look website.
Launched this week, our redesigned site has a fresh and vibrant look and feel - to match The Irish Post's position as a leading news source for the Irish community around the world.
Founded in 1970 with a campaigning tradition The Irish Post has earned universal respect and we continue to champion our ethos of being The Voice of the Irish in Britain.
From stories about people like James Grey - the lonely Irish pensioner who wanted to find someone to spend Christmas with - to the campaign to save RTÉ longwave radio in Britain, we cover what matters most to our readers.
We continue to highlight the issues affecting the Irish community in Britain and now through our new look website will promote Irish affairs and Ireland to a wider global audience.
The redesigned site has a modern feel making it simple for digital Irish Post fans to navigate on mobiles and tablets - so it's easier than ever to get the latest news on the go.
"We are delighted to have launched our redesigned website this week," said The Irish Post's Commercial Manager Sarah Murphy. "The new look site delivers a global, modern and dynamic feel to reinforce our position as a global news site for the Irish community.
She added: "It is aesthetically appealing, mobile responsive and optimised for use across all platforms, complimenting the company’s social media presence, which has also grown dramatically in recent months to over 150,000 followers."
"This enhanced digital offering to The Irish Post brand also compliments our long-standing weekly print edition, business-focused magazine series and star-studded Irish Post Awards night.
"We look forward to growing The Irish Post brand into the future and reinforcing our position as the top choice for the Irish across Britain and worldwide."
Over 60 per cent of our readers now access their Irish Post news on mobile, and 90 per cent of our readers are joining in the conversation about all things Irish from Britain, Ireland and the US.
Now with a more personalised approach, the site will recommend the stories that will appeal most to you, and give you the chance to have your say by connecting with other Irish Post readers around the world in our easy to access comment section.
Over quarter of a million people are visiting Irish Post online for their daily update of exclusive news and features as well as the latest in business, travel, entertainment and sporting action from local and national GAA, soccer, rugby, horse-racing, boxing and more.
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But don't take our word for it...here's what some of our readers around the world have to say about The Irish Post
I read The Irish Post when I lived in London. I now live in Australia and read it online. It keeps me in touch with the London Irish community. Barry Walsh
A great paper, you keep me informed from where I live in Maine, US. Thank you. Cathy Lizotte
Even now, living in Ireland, I love to get my hands on your newspaper. Is it so informative. Thank you for being there for all the Irish in the UK. Kathleen Osborne
Love The Irish Post for the wonderful coverage of what's happening around Ireland. Phyllis Brosnan
Awesome coverage of the state visit to Britain on FB and Twitter - really embracing both medias to keep people up to date. You guys really are the voice of the Irish in Britain. Sean Douglas
Journalism at its best....truly Irish! Keeps me informed about what matters. Anne Martina
Excellent newspaper. A great read for all ages - never missing out on local news and what's happening in today's world of the media giants. Highly recommended and I'm glad to have discovered the great team behind The Irish Post. Paul Cullen