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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

    Politics:
    UN labels Sri Lanka cremation of COVID-19 dead, including Muslims, a human rights violation 15:07

    Entertainment:
    Geri Horner has posted a sweet birthday message to her son on Instagram 15:00

    Law and Order:
    A public appeal for help -- to find a very special tricycle stolen from outside a Brain Injury Trust in Christchurch 14:57

    Entertainment:
    Cardi B says a "dentist appointment" stopped her from performing 'WAP' at the Presidential Inauguration 14:30

    Rugby:
    Sad news for the North Harbour Rugby community 14:07

    Law and Order:
    Police have named a teen founded dead at a Christchurch home yesterday morning, as 19 year old Tallulahbelle Roberts 14:07

    Entertainment:
    Saweetie dreams of making the Forbes billionaire list 14:00

    Boxing:
    An opponent has finally been found for David Nyika's first professional bout 13:57

    International:
    US politics live updates: Donald Trump's impeachment article sent to the Senate 13:47

    Business:
    A Kiwi peanut butter company plans to trial growing its own nuts in Northland 13:47


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