Most Allied Press titles continuing to publish

Photo: ODT
Photo: ODT
Allied Press continues to fly the flag for readers in the South.
Despite the limitations and restrictions of Alert Level 4, we are delighted we will be publishing and delivering the majority of our community newspapers to households and businesses this week.

As a lockdown bonus, Otago Daily Times readers will find a free copy of Extra!, our award-winning publication, in today’s edition.

This will keep younger readers entertained with fun activities. Answers are available online at: www.extraeducation.co.nz

Allied Press will also be publishing The News (Central Otago), Mountain Scene (Queenstown), The Star (Dunedin), delivered with your ODT on Friday, Oamaru Mail, Clutha Leader, The Ensign (Gore), The Courier (Timaru), North Canterbury News, Southern Rural Life, The Ashburton Courier, Bay Harbour News and the Selwyn Times, although there may be some changes to distribution.

Unfortunately, we have not been able to publish the Southland Express (Invercargill), the Cromwell Bulletin, The Star (Christchurch) and Christchurch community papers.

Look out for the Wedding Guide in tomorrow’s ODT and of course all the latest information on the ever-changing Covid-19 situation.

 

 

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