By a County Press reporter
Friday, March 28, 2014
DUE to a transport problem, some shops may not have your Isle of Wight County Press early this morning (Friday).
Efforts are being made to rectify the situation and the papers should be on sale later this morning.
County Press editor Alan Marriott said: "This is a one-off problem and we are working with our distributors to put it right.
"This week's issue is a bumper 192-page package including our spring gardening guide, so it is worth waiting for."
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by D Gorman
28th March 2014, at 21:41:35
OK Neil .... it isn't printed on the mainland :)
28th March 2014, at 11:38:39
Buy it ????? it's free on here
by Roger Grey
28th March 2014, at 11:23:04
Oh dear. There are always so many negative, and inaccurate, comments on here.Newspapers do not use wood from rain forests.If the paper didn't have advertising, you couldn't afford to buy it.
28th March 2014, at 10:50:58
Take out all the advertising and it would proberly come down to about 30 pages
by Graham Harrison
28th March 2014, at 10:28:36
perhaps if it were printed here on the island there would not be so many unemployed people? just saying
by Tony Tiltman Jnr
28th March 2014, at 08:49:09
There goes another Rain Forrest.........
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