How to read the Herald or Weekend Post e-edition

Our subscribers can page through the newspaper online

The e-edition is an exact digital replica of the print edition.
The e-edition is an exact digital replica of the print edition.
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The e-edition is an exact digital replica of the print edition of the Herald or Weekend Post, delivered via a service called PressReader. You can page through the newspaper online, via your internet browser or by using our e-edition app. 

(Note: some PressReader users may have previously had access to our e-edition via their general bundle packages on that platform. From November 13 2020, our e-editions are only available directly via the steps set out below.)

1. First, are you a subscriber? 

The e-edition is available for subscribers only. View our subscription offers here.

2. Only been a print subscriber until now? Register online.

If you haven't used our website before, click here to register using the same email address we'd have on record for you so we can match your details.

If you are registering with a different email address, contact us at or 0860 52 52 00 so we can link your subscription details.

3. Read the e-edition on your desktop or laptop computer.

If you're using our website from your desktop or laptop computer, click on the "E-EDITION" option in the main menu. You'll see a page showing thumbnail images of the Herald and Weekend Post covers. Click a cover to open the e-edition.

(If you're not signed in on the website, you'll be asked to do so first – or you can click here to do it. That's how we'll know you're already a subscriber.)

4. Read via the Herald E-Edition app on your mobile device.

On your smartphone or tablet, you can download the Herald E-Edition app.

TIP: Please register on our website first, if you haven't done so, for ease of use via the e-edition app. You need to register and sign in on our website before reading the e-edition via the app.


Let us know on or 0860 52 52 00.


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