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      28.07.2001 04:14
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      A good newspaper must have good elements, and I can say that the Bucks Herald does behold some of these. If you want to hear about the news in the local area it has a great sub-divisional section where you can find out what’s on near you. Being of a spreadsheet format it does contain many articles and a lot of information. With over 5 sub-sections including sport, property, what’s on and other good resources of nearby Buckinghamshire. Articles for sale is a popular area with many unwanted goods going cheap. Although I do rate the Herald as quite good I find it has a style that is not so popular with others. For instance it does not hold enough actual news on topics that REALLY concern the area. It is more withholding information about events in and around Buckinghamshire when really the incidents that are happening all the time would be better off. A petrol bomb hit a car right outside my school and yet there’s no mention but they still fit in the fact that it’s Weston Turvilles art and crafts fair coming up, Not enough facts of the weeks crime rates, only birthdays. Maybe I am wrong in my opinion but it is mine and this is the perspective I look at it with. Adults and children look at the paper from different angles and maybe a child correspondent would help merge the two separate parties. Overall a good information providing newspaper for the people of Bucks.

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