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NZ Covered With AAP - INL Agreement



27 JANUARY 2000

NNNN 27/01/00 17-23NZ


SYDNEY, Jan 27, /MediaNet International - AsiaNet/ -- AAP today announced an agreement with Independent Newspapers Limited (INL) to make available their NZ publications through NewsCast, AAP's customised business intelligence service.

INL, New Zealand's largest newspaper group, publish 10 daily newspapers: Waikato Times, The Daily News, Evening Standard, The Evening Post, The Dominion, The Nelson Mail, The Marlborough Express, The Press Christchurch, The Timaru Herald, The Southland Times and two Sunday newspapers: The Sunday News & The Sunday Star-Times.

"INL's comprehensive coverage of NZ media will further benefit our NewsCast customer base. In today's environment, its important to have the information relevant to you & your business available at your fingertips" said Angelo Tilocca, Business Development Manager, AAP NewsCentre.

Don Higgins, INL Corporate Development Manager added " We are always seeking New distribution channels to broaden our readership. AAP via its current awareness service, NewsCast, will certainly achieve that for us in Australia. INL seek quality partnerships and in AAP we have found a first-class partner."

Independent Newspapers Limited is New Zealand's largest newspaper group. INL,

A publicly listed company with its head office in Wellington, comprises several self-administering divisions throughout New Zealand and offshore interests in Australia. Visit the INL site at

AAP NewsCast is a leading real-time, business information tool for market awareness, competitive intelligence and industry tracking. Real-time profiling filters enable each company and individual user to create a customised stream of news & information.

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