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This issue of the Coromandel Town Chronicle is full of photos – thanks to all those that supplied them – it makes the issue so much more colourful!

Check out the calendar on page 30 for what to do in March. Saturday 2 March is the busiest day on the calendar! Also, this month ends with Easter Weekend – so enjoy the long weekend and chocolate!

When I’m travelling around New Zealand I sometimes see other community magazines, and it is always good to compare what others are doing. The publications never come up to the standard of the Coromandel Town Chronicle though! Recently I was given a copy of the “Karaka Kronicle” which is A5, very basic and mainly full of adverts, and in the past I’ve been given a publication from Rarotonga. I also wonder if I could take on an additional “Chronicle” or suchlike for another community in our region – if they would benefit from something that focuses on local. Let me know your thoughts.

Debbie

View the March issue here. 

Deadline for the April issue is 4pm on Tuesday 16 March

The purpose of the Coromandel Town Chronicle is to showcase the region and its people. The Coromandel Town Chronicle is open for everyone to contribute however the editor reserves the right to select the articles, advertisements and letters that are published in line with the Coromandel Town Chronicle's publication policy. All supplied articles will be proof read and edited for clarity and space.

 

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The Coromandel Town Chronicle is published by Jude Publishing Ltd. Up to 3100 copies are printed monthly and are distributed free to letterboxes in Coromandel town and by rural delivery from the Thames Coast to the top of the Coromandel Peninsula. It is also available free at peninsula information centres and Coromandel Town shops.

 
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