The News grows online

Online visits to the Cambridge News website last year smashed all previous records and were 105 per cent up on 2021.

The home page came in at number one with 14 per cent of the views followed in order from two to 10 by:

2023 started off strongly as well with our story on the earthquakes felt in Waipā on 4 January getting 16 per cent of the page views. Top five in order:

Up in Te Awamutu too

In our sister publication, Te Awamutu News, where online visits were up 250 per cent on 2021, the home page came in at number one with 15 per cent of the views followed in order from two to 10 by:


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