Plenty to celebrate at Gold Coast Mail
IT'S hard to believe it's been a year since the re-launch of the Mail newspapers - the Gold Coast Mail, the Coolangatta-Tweed Border Mail and the Tweed Mail.
All up, the Mail is distributed to around 100,000 homes from Broadbeach south to Ocean Shores in northern NSW.
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We're celebrating at the Gold Coast Mail after winning a prestigious award.
The Gold Coast Mail and its sister publications the Coolangatta-Tweed Border Mail and the Tweed Mail, won a category at the APN News and Media Readership Awards, announced in Brisbane recently.
The Gold Coast Mail is one of APN's more than 90 nondaily newspapers across Australia and New Zealand, as well as 24 dailies.
The Mail newspapers won the Community Involvement Award (non-daily) ahead of the 90 other non-daily titles.
The judges said: "This paper consistently demonstrates its commitment not just to the community as a whole, but also to individual readers in need of help".
In the past year, the Mails have campaigned strongly to keep the Kirra Hill site and the Miami bushland in public hands, and kept up the ongoing campaign to encourage residents to save water.