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Herald on Sunday continues to grow circulation

11 October 2004

Herald on Sunday continues to grow circulation

Circulation of the new Herald on Sunday has exceeded 115,000 for each of its first two issues.

Herald on Sunday publisher Rick Neville said more than 60,000 New Zealand Herald subscribers had taken up the offer to have the Sunday newspaper delivered to their homes.

Retail sales had exceeded 55,000 for the debut edition on October 3 and again on October 10, the Sunday just gone.

Last week, the Herald on Sunday announced that circulation for the first edition was in excess of 110,000. Mr Neville said this figure had increased with final counting of retail sales.

“We’re very pleased with the take-up of the Herald on Sunday. Reader feedback has been highly positive, and the large circulation will give advertisers a strong readership base.”


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