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Online Newspapers



If you’re a fan of the online newspapers and magazines available through your library, we have some great news – they’re now available on BorrowBox!

This means that you can get eBooks, audiobooks, newspaper and magazines all in one place.

The Libby and PressReader apps are no longer available through the library but, don’t worry, BorrowBox has you covered instead.

If you’re already a BorrowBox user, you’ll see a new ePress section in the app, and that’s where you’ll find magazines and newspapers.

Bolinda are still in the process of adding ePress titles to the collection. Therefore, the collection is expected to grow over the coming weeks.

If you’re not already using Borrowbox, it’s really easy to start and you’ll love it! Just download the app, log in with your library details and start to browse, borrow and read.

Registration – Borrowbox is available on your desktop, and also as an app for Apple Devices, Android Devices, and on Amazon Fire.

To register, you will need:

  • Library Card and PIN
  • If you are registering for the first time, you will need to fill out a small online form.

Support – For any support queries, please contact


Irish Newspaper Archive Irish-Nwspaper-archive

Irish Newspaper Archives contains electronic versions of selected Irish newspapers from the 1700's to the current day. The newspapers appear in black and white, gray and in colour. A word search of all the published material on the site is possible.

You can access the archive from library branches only (PC or wi-fi)

Find out how to access, search and download articles in this Guide to the Irish Newspaper Archive.

Irish Times Digital Edition & Archives

The Irish Times Digital Edition and Archive contains a daily ePaper, an exact digital replica of the printed newspaper and unrestricted access to more than 160 years of  archives, including millions of articles published since the first edition on March 29th, 1859.   


You can access the archive from: library branches only (PC or wi-fi). You do not need to register.

  Irish Times Digital Archive