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nzherald.co.nz – sharing stories on Facebook

15 February 2008

nzherald.co.nz – sharing favourite stories on Facebook

From today, nzherald.co.nz readers will be able to share their favourite nzherald news stories with friends on Facebook.

Jeremy Rees, editor of nzherald says: “We recognise that more and more people are wanting to share stories of interest with their friends through social networking sites and we wanted to make it easy for them to do so.

This new feature demonstrates the continual improvements being made to nzherald. We were the first online news site in New Zealand to provide RSS feeds and over the coming months, there’ll be more additions making it easier for readers to choose what, when and how they receive their news.”


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