IT’S another bumper week for the Herald, packed with stories you won’t want to miss.
To celebrate our move to new offices in Guild Street, we’re bringing you a packed paper featuring all the essential news, arts, sport, business, property and more.
As the coronavirus situation continues to look uncertain, you can rely on your Herald – and every week, more and more readers are joining the Herald fold, picking up a copy while they’re out and about, or downloading a digital edition to read on any device.
This week, for instance, we’ve got:
- An exclusive interview with council leader Tony Jefferson, looking for light at the end of the tunnel;
- News of the latest arrangements for both Halloween celebrations and Remembrance Day commemorations;
- A fabulous selection of pictures from an inaugural scarecrow festival;
- The latest from the campaign to save a popular woodland in Meon Vale;
Loads more, including our new-look Puzzles page (have you seen it yet?), the best of the region’s arts and sport, and 11 pages of property to browse at your leisure.
And at 90p, you still get change from a quid! It could be the best value 90p you’ll spend this week. Can you really afford not to…?