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Howling At The Moon Publishing Ltd - ADVISORY

Howling At The Moon Publishing Ltd - URGENT ADVISORY

On Monday 24 January a new magazine is launching in New Zealand, but its main story will affect residents in Australia, Canada and the United States as well.

INVESTIGATE magazine will be on sale at magazine retailers nationwide from Monday morning, but is expected to be a sell out because of the content of the lead story.

We STRONGLY advise our New Zealand customers, who have not already done so, to reserve a firm copy of the magazine at their local store immediately.

Although we will reprint, fresh stock will not go on sale until the following week.

For our international customers, highlights of the magazine's main story will be available from our website: http://www.investigatemagazine.com from Monday morning New Zealand time

For those who cannot get to a bookshop, we can take orders through the website. (a minimum two-month subscription of NZ$14 applies). Orders received by midday Tuesday NZ time will obtain delivery from the first print run. Orders after that will head the queue for the second print run.

The story, from a New Zealand perspective, affects the Treaty of Waitangi...the Government's new drivers licence laws, and your taxes.

If you have friends who may wish to know about this, please let them know. However, your first port of call should be to your local magazine retailer.

To our trade customers receiving this message: please note that you can secure stock from Gordon & Gotch Distribution.

You will all receive one final email on this issue on Sunday night, NZ time - a release detailing the exact nature of INVESTIGATE's lead story.

ENDS

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