Tweed sto­ries still printed

Tweed Daily News - - NEWS - David Kirk­patrick Editor North­ern Star and Daily News

STO­RIES about the North­ern Rivers are too important not to be told.

It was the case as soon as we were founded, and it will be the case long after the North­ern Star and the Tweed Daily ceases print pub­li­ca­tion today.

It’s why I’ve worked so hard with my con­tem­po­rary at The Daily Tele­graph to make sure devo­tees of print will still be taken care of.

The Daily Tele­graph started this week ded­i­cat­ing space daily to North­ern Star and Tweed Daily is­sues.

The best sto­ries from my jour­nal­ists – our jour­nal­ists – can today be found in The Daily Tele­graph.

Take a look and you’ll find they are tak­ing us se­ri­ously, very se­ri­ously. And it’s a com­mit­ment I know they will be stick­ing by.

It feels a bit like adopt­ing out my favourite child, but things couldn’t be in bet­ter hands.

Your sto­ries by your jour­nal­ists – in print or on­line, the same as today.

If you’re not a dig­i­tal sub­scriber al­ready, we’ve some great deals to get you up and run­ning – from free for two months to a year-long sub­scrip­tion that also gives you a tablet de­vice to do the read­ing on. It’s all part of mak­ing sure those rich sto­ries have as big an au­di­ence as pos­si­ble.

After all, news is about what we de­liver, not how we de­liver it.

Photo: JOHN GILHOLME, West Tweed Heads

SERENE: Boats moored at Boyds Bay in Tweed Heads.

Pic­ture: Sup­plied..

The Daily Tele­graph is­sues. started this week ded­i­cat­ing space daily to North­ern Star and Tweed Daily

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