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Cambridge NZ

Cambridge New Zealand – local press

Very roughly Your Cambridge News advertising 66% content 33%. Cambridge Edition 60% advertising, 40% content. Saturday Herald section one around 50 / 50. Just saying.

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Cambridge NZ

Hei konā rā Katrina kia kaha

Katrina Lintonbon

Cambridge Edition > Matamata Chronicle

Photograph: Tuesday 27/7/2010

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Rave

Vodafone NZ Herald 14/April/2010

Is there more graffiti today?

What is the communication gap? Why doesn’t advertising work any more?

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Leamington NZ

Pretty frocks – 13 February 2010

Lifestyle choices

Lifestyle choices – I think it was on Thursday night that a young woman came to the door, about 6PM, selling subscriptions to the NZ Herald – no one had bothered to tell her that we already partake.

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Cambridge NZ Web

I’m not making this up

Cambridge in The Sun

– and no I didn’t go looking for it – Google Alerts! The story is – well – a story. Click on the photo to have a look. A story with legs.

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Cambridge NZ

Your Cambridge Digital News

Mark Nogaj’s Your Cambridge News launches an online version at yourcambridgenews.com. The most recent issue, today’s, is available for download here (PDF). AND the YCN events calendar.

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Lake Karapiro Rowing

Maadi Cup 2009 Gisborne Herald 02/4/09

Gisborne Herald

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Lake Karapiro Rowing

The Southland Times a rowing story 02/04/09

The Southland Times | Stuff.co.nz

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Cambridge NZ Lake Karapiro Rowing Taranaki

Maadi Cup 2009 Taranaki Daily News 01/04/2009

Generic Fairfax

BTW Sacred Heart Girls College New Plymouth U16/U17 coxed four crew come off the water after their heat in the New Zealand Secondary School Rowing Championships yesterday morning at Lake Karapiro.

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Lake Karapiro Rowing

Maadi Cup Marlborough Express 31/03/2009

The Marlborough Express 31/03/2009

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Lake Karapiro Rowing

Maadi Cup 2009 Waikato Times 31/3/09

Maadi Cup 2009 Waikato Times 31/3/09

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Cambridge NZ Rowing Sport

Maadi Cup 2009 Waikato Times 30/3/09

Waikato Times 30 March 2009

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Cambridge NZ

Mark Nogaj

Entrepreneur, editor and publisher of Your Cambridge News Mark Nogaj at Cambridge Town Hall today. Your Cambridge News held a Give It A Go Expo today at Cambridge Town Hall celebrating our clubs, societies, community groups and services.

BTW there is a small gallery of photos to come soonish.

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Web

Newspapers and the future of journalism

Society doesn’t need newspapers. What we need is journalism. For a century, the imperatives to strengthen journalism and to strengthen newspapers have been so tightly wound as to be indistinguishable. That’s been a fine accident to have, but when that accident stops, as it is stopping before our eyes, we’re going to need lots of other ways to strengthen journalism instead.

Newspapers and Thinking the Unthinkable – Clay Shirky

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