From the editor

SINCE acquiring the Eastern Shore Sun newspaper from Business East, the team at Corporate Communications, a Tasmanian-owned communications consultancy, has been working hard to ensure we deliver grass roots news relevant to our community.

Our consultancy is experienced in publishing community newspapers – we also own and produce the Glenorchy Gazette (which we purchased from the Glenorchy City Council) and the Hobart Observer (which we established from scratch).

When combined, our suite of publications reach more than 75,000 individual homes and businesses across the Glenorchy, Hobart, Clarence and parts of the Sorell municipalities.

We strongly believe that there is a market for community newspapers in Tasmania, operating independently alongside the state’s three daily metropolitan papers.

While these papers do an outstanding job delivering Tasmanian, national and international news every day, we deliberately focus on local concerns, providing local information.

Our newspapers are a medium through which members of the Eastern Shore community can learn about local, grassroots events and activities and traditionally focus on issues that are “feel-good” and positive.

An important factor in the success and longevity of community newspapers is ongoing readership support.

With this in mind, we welcome all editorial and photo contributions, and are always open to consider story ideas that you, our readers, consider worthy of coverage.

Also, community-based papers like the Eastern Shore Sun are not classified as “junk mail” and are exempt from non-addressed mail restrictions on direct mail-outs and letterbox drops.

If you have an advertising query, please do not hesitate to contact our Advertising Sales manager, Tracey Wright, on telephone 6210 5201 or advertising@easternshoresun.com.au

All stories and photos can be emailed to reporter Madison Jones at editorial@easternshoresun.com.au

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Nicolas Turner

Managing Director

Corporate Communications (Tas) Pty Ltd

Owners and publishers of the Eastern Shore Sun

Caption: The Eastern Shore Sun team, from left, design and media consultant Lisa Jekimovics, advertising sales manager Tracey Wright and reporter Madison Jones.

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The Eastern Shore Sun is your monthly community newspaper, reaching over 30,000 homes and businesses in the communities of Clarence and Sorell. It is the product of Nicolas Turner, Justine Brazil, Ben Hope, Simon Andrews, Tobias Hinds and guest contributors, with support from advertisers.

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