Daily Post (North Wales)

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Daily Post
Daily Post.png
Owner(s) Trinity Mirror
Editor Alison Gow[1]
Language English
Headquarters Llandudno Junction
Website www.dailypost.co.uk

The Daily Post is a daily newspaper for the North Wales region and Wales' best-selling regional newspaper.

The newspaper gained independence from the Liverpool Daily Post in 2003 which later ceased production in December 2013.[2]

JICREG data for the first quarter of 2015 notes circulation over North Wales of 24,713 copies a day, with the highest sales (1,717 copies) being in Caernarfon. Figures for 2016 show that the paper sold an average of 22,251 copies.[3]


  1. ^ "Daily Post > Contact Us". Daily Post. Retrieved 19 December 2013. 
  2. ^ Linford, Paul (23 September 2013). "Regional daily celebrates 50,000th edition". holdthefrontpage.co.uk. Retrieved 19 December 2013. 
  3. ^ Thomas, Huw (2017-02-23). "Daily Post now Wales' best-selling regional newspaper". BBC News. Retrieved 2017-02-23.