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I can only access your paper on line and open up today’s to find a new format.

Wow, it’s so difficult to read. It’s almost as if every article is presented as an advertisement.

Have you changed your journalists? Some seem the same but the articles are nowhere as newsy and authentic sounding as last issue.

Is this just because of the new format? it’s very strange. It is most uncomfortable to read.

So it’s a ‘no’ from me.

I have enjoyed your paper because of the mostly great journalistic writing. and that it’s local.

Judith Peters, Sydney


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