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    New Zealand Herald's readership rises again with daily and weekly audience at record levels

    The New Zealand Herald's readership has risen again with daily and weekly brand audience numbers now at record levels


    New Nielsen data shows 477-thousand New Zealanders now choose to read the Herald newspaper on a typical day.

    That's an increase of 18-thousand readers, compared to the same period last year.

    Combined with online and mobile readers, more than one million New Zealanders are reading the Herald content every day.

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