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ACP Media to close two classified papers

Friday 19 May 2006

ACP Media today announced it is to close two of its classified papers published by the Trader Group Division. The Thursday Trader and Buy Sell & Exchange Dunedin editions that are on sale today will be their last.

"Like any dynamic publishing company, ACP Media is constantly reviewing its title offerings to make sure they meet the needs of advertisers and readers. The Hawkes Bay Thursday Trader has been consolidated into Bay Trader which will now cover both the Bay of Plenty and Hawkes Bay regions. The Otago Buy Sell Exchange is being consolidated into the iconic and larger Buy Sell Exchange Canterbury edition which will now distribute across the entire South Island" said Heith Mackay-Cruise,

Chief Executive Officer of ACP Media.

"The new product offerings gives both buyers and sellers stronger value print products working in tandem with our emerging sellmefree.co.nz website which recently passed the 0.5 million free ads published online since launch late last year" said Mr Mackay-Cruise.

ACP Media will continue developing innovative niche buying and selling products in both print and online.

ENDS

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