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Happy 15th Birthday Scoop.co.nz !!!

Happy 15th Birthday Scoop.co.nz !!!

Dear Scoop.co.nz,

As you have now reached a working age it is fitting that you to start figuring out how you might earn your own way in the world. This "news business" that you seem to have set your heart on would appear to be a hard road. But you have our support if indeed that is the path that you wish to travel.

To all those whose creativity and news is carried within Scoop.co.nz ( and at 200 items published each working day that is a lot of NZ businesses, NGOs and govt agencies ) we who work at Scoop salute you for your truthiness and newsiness and encourage you to consider purchasing some of Scoop.co.nz's great products.

Especially those your will find at http://info.scoop.co.nz/ andhttp://newsagent.scoop.co.nz/

As we all know 15-year-olds are expensive. As for the products = Great value. Low cost. Save you much time and money. What more can I say. Here's to 15 more years of truth telling!

Alastair Thompson
Co-Founder, Publisher & Editor
Scoop.co.nz

P.S. Presents and congratulations for Scoop.co.nz may be sent to editor@scoop.co.nz , via post to P.O. Box 11501, Wellington 6142 or delivered by Courier to Level 3, 354 Lambton Quay, Wellington Central.

P.P.S. Watch out for a new edition of Gordon Campbell's Werewolf out tomorrow.

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