Statement from The Post Newspaper

The Post Newspaper experienced a devastating burglary on Friday 7 September 2018. Unfortunately this means that we are unable to publish a paper for Tuesday 11 September. This is the first time in 26 years that we have been unable to publish due to circumstances beyond our control.

We have attempted to contact all of our clients to advise them of what has taken place. Our office will also be closed for the next few days, we are however available on mobile and email, details below.

Police are investigating the incident. If you have any information that could assist, please contact the Pukekohe Police on 09 237 1700 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

As a team we are gutted that this setback has not enabled us to be the voice of our community this week, however we are working extremely hard to bring out a paper next week as per normal.

The response from the community has been overwhelming, and we thank you for your messages of support, well-wishes, and offers of supplies.

Steve: 021 027 52534 email: steve@thepost.nz 
Editorial: yana@thepost.nz
Sales: sarah@thepost.nz


 

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