Thursday 19 October 2017

Irish Independent on Saturday: a new year

James Derwin (7) with his jumping pony Yorkie at last year’s Dublin Horse Show – the image
features in the Irish Independent 2017 calendar free with today’s paper. Photo: Gerry Mooney
James Derwin (7) with his jumping pony Yorkie at last year’s Dublin Horse Show – the image features in the Irish Independent 2017 calendar free with today’s paper. Photo: Gerry Mooney
Fionnan Sheahan

Fionnan Sheahan

Enjoy your Independent time with the new-look Irish Independent on Saturday.

Ireland's best-selling daily newspaper continues to stay ahead of our competition with innovative developments that also make us Ireland's best-value Saturday newspaper.

To celebrate our new look, we're starting the year with a wonderful free gift for all our readers. The immensely popular Irish Independent 2017 calendar is brought to you in partnership with Creative Ireland and showcases a series of stunning portraits by our photographers. And don't miss our reader promotions.

Inside the newspaper, you will also notice some changes as we focus on providing an insight on events of the week.

Economist David McWilliams joins the Irish Independent on Saturday analysis team, alongside Mary Fitzgerald, Martina Devlin and Mandy Johnston.

In Weekend, Roddy Doyle's Charlie Savage has become a firm favourite of readers, joining Mary Kenny, Darren Kennedy, Ruth Griffin and Indy Power as mainstays of your Saturday reading.

On top of in-depth news analysis, the redesigned Review brings you the cultural zeitgeist on books, movies, theatre and music.

And our Sport analysis team of Brian Kerr, Alan Quinlan, Tomás Ó Sé and Vincent Hogan remain in a league of their own.

Today, we also kick off our Live Well series, where we go Back To Basics on the fundamentals of well-being.

Each Saturday in Weekend magazine, and in health & living magazine every Monday, we will bring you expert advice on how to build on the basics to live a full, happy and healthy life.

In today's Weekend, put your self first with our Back to Basics burn-out recovery guide and Karl Henry's easy to follow fitness guide.

Irish Independent on Saturday: It's your weekend.

Fionnán Sheahan is Editor of the Irish Independent

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