|Headquarters||Queen Street, Clonmel|
|Circulation||13,171 (as of 2011)|
It is a broadsheet newspaper that appears weekly, covering news, events, and sport in both Clonmel town and south Tipperary. It has a circulation of over fourteen thousand in 2010. It was formed to represent the views of the nationalist community in Tipperary, which led to the first editor been jailed under the Coercion Act on charges that he had intimidated a cattle dealer for taking a farm from which tenants had been evicted. It supported the Anglo-Irish Treaty, which led to the paper being shut down by Séamus Robinson during the Irish Civil War.
A more recent set of figures, for Jan-June 2011 can be found here.
- "Irish Regional Newspaper Circulation Jan June 2010". level.ie. Retrieved 2011-04-13.
- "Johnston Press sells its 14 titles in the Republic". Irish Times. Retrieved 2014-08-22.