Former Irish Times Editor Dies

Journalist Ella Shanahan, has passed away in her County Waterford home.

Ms Shanahan, 60, was the former London Editor of The Irish Times.

She will also be remembered for her work in the RTÉ newsroom in the 1970s.


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