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  •   Home > News > Business

    In an extraordinary year for news, New Zealanders have turned to sources they trust

    In an extraordinary year for news, New Zealanders have turned to sources they trust


    The latest readership figures from Nielsen show nearly two million people access New Zealand Herald print and digital journalism each week.

    Overall print-digital readership is at a record level, and newspaper readership is at its highest level in almost a decade.

    Numbers choosing to read the daily Herald newspaper has increased by 26-thousand in the past 12 months to 585-thousand - the highest since 2011.

    More than one million Kiwis now read the Herald newspapers across the week.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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     Today's News

    Rugby:
    England rugby coach Eddie Jones is self-isolating for 10 days after his assistant Matt Proudfoot tested positive for Covid-19 8:07

    Soccer:
    There's no score midway through the first half of the English Premier League football match between hosts Manchester City and Aston Villa 7:57

    Auckland:
    Fire and Emergency is investigating a fire in an empty house on Auckland's North Shore 7:47

    Entertainment:
    Elizabeth Olsen considered changing her surname to get away from her sisters' fame 7:40

    Business:
    Aucklanders are being reminded to think about their drinking water, as warmer weather rolls in 7:37

    Education:
    A high school principal is expecting her students to get some good marks back 7:27

    Law and Order:
    A woman's been charged with murder following the death last month of a man in Karori 7:17

    Law and Order:
    Thousands of dollars have been given to help the victims of a wrong-way crash on Wellington's urban motorway 7:17

    Entertainment:
    Paul Bettany says watching his father struggle with his sexuality has helped him with fatherhood 7:10

    Entertainment:
    Caitlyn Jenner is top of the list to make a cameo on the 'Sex and the City' revival 6:40


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