Death Notices

We will, if required, assist with drafting of a death announcement and co-ordinate its publication in your chosen medium.

Death notices are accepted by the following:

1. National Newspapers

2. Provincial/Local Newspapers

3. RIP.ie website

4. Local Radio

National Newspapers

The Irish Times
The Irish Independent
The Irish Examiner
The Evening Herald
The Sunday Independent
We assist families with the preparation/drafting of the wording to appear in the death announcement. Having agreed the text, we ensure the placement of the notice in the Newspapers required.

The Newspapers will accept notification up until 8.00pm (7.00pm Independent Group) in the evening for publication the following day, with the exception of Sundays and Public Holidays.

Provincial/Local Newspapers

For most counties in Ireland there is a local Newspaper, the majority of which are weekly publications. Thus, the death notice would appear for record purposes only. This is important, as many of these Newspapers are posted to relatives in the four corners of the world.

RIP.ie

RIP.ie is Ireland's largest online search directory for Death Announcements.

Local Radio

Local Radio is fast replacing the National Newspapers as the medium for the announcement of a death and the funeral arrangements. It is also considerably less expensive.

These announcements are usually read out twice or three times daily at specific times.

  • INCHIGEELA / INCHIGEELAGH

    Ballingeary, Kilmichael, Toames, Johnstown, Terelton, Kilnamartyra, Renanirree
  • MACROOM

    Ballinagree, Bealnamorrive, Caum, Ahinagh, Carrigadrohid, Ballyvourney, Ballymakeera, Coolea, Clondrohid, Carriganima, Rusheen
  • COACHFORD

    Rylane, Ahabullogue, Dripsey, Donoughmore, Stuake, Fornaught, Berrings, Inniscarra
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