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Your new look Docklands News

29 Jan 2020

As we enter a new decade, we thought it was high time that we refreshed your Docklands News.

My team and I at Hyperlocal News are proud and humbled to be able to use this valuable community asset to keep our readers abreast with what’s going on each month in postcode 3008.

While our original mastheads have served Docklands News and sister publications CBD News and Southbank Local News well for many years, we’ve gone with a fresh look that we feel more accurately matches the quality and keeps in tune with the changing needs of our city.

Same Docklands News; different look and feel.

I’d like to take this opportunity to thank the team at Studio Hi Ho for guiding us through our redesign. It’s been a great journey and we look forward to seeing where it continues.

And to our readers, contributors and advertisers; thank you for your continued support of Docklands News. We hope you enjoy your new-look newspaper.

 

Sean Car

Publisher

Hyperlocal News

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