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1 / 10 4 REMINSICE Magazine is celebrating 50 years of providing quality print-on-demand, subscription-based magazines, including LEGO Magazine.

The first issue of REMINE magazine was released in June 1973.

REMINA is a member of the Lego Group of companies.

LEGO magazine is the first to feature the iconic minifigures of LEGO, including the iconic LEGO BIONICLE, the LEGO Batman, the Marvel Super Heroes and the LEGO Jurassic Park.

In addition to its regular content, REMina offers weekly features and a special Christmas issue, which features re-created characters and events from the LEGO® movies.

REMN is owned by LEGO Group Ireland Limited, a company that makes and markets products, and is part of the LEGO Group of Ireland.

REMIES MAGAZINE is published by the REMINC Group of Companies, an international publisher of quality print and online content, based in Dublin.

REMYS MAGAZINES is published every two months by the National Media Group, an Irish-owned company.

This weekly magazine provides high-quality content and is distributed across Ireland, the United Kingdom, the European Union, the USA and the Asia Pacific region.

Follow REMYs Magazines content on Twitter: @remsmagazinews Follow REMN on Twitter and Instagram: @republicaireland REMIRES MAGNET is published daily by the Republic of Ireland Government Publishing House, an independent publisher that focuses on providing quality printed and digital content to the public.

The Republic of England’s Government Publishing Service (GPS) publishes REMN.

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REPREPREES MAGNIFIES is published monthly by the Irish National Media.

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REPRESENTATION is an independent magazine for journalists, producers, writers, students and others interested in the future of Irish journalism.

The publication covers current events in Irish journalism, including Brexit, the economy and other key issues of the day.

It is a platform for journalists to ask questions and share information, share stories and write about Irish issues.

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