Circuit : Nayland College student newspaper

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Corporate Author: Nayland College
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Production place
Nelson/Nelson Region/New Zealand
Student / Community newspaper. 3-4 issues per year. Subtitle and numbering system varies slightly over years.

Circuit was a student run newspaper produced for the students of Nayland College, and households and businesses in the Stoke- Tahunanui community. Established in 1979, with the first issue in April of that year - this was manually designed with letraset and Indian ink, and printed by the Nelson Evening Mail.
In the 1980s a new masthead was introduced and the paper circulation increased to at least 6000 – delivered by students to Stoke, Annesbrook, Tahunanui and Wakatu communities.
In 1992 production of the paper became the responsibility of the journalism class, and the stories covered wider community issues. Circuit was named the best New Zealand Secondary School Newspaper of the Year for 2002 to 2006.

Source: Stade, K. (2016) Daring to Be Different, The Nayland College Way 1966-2016. Nelson: Nayland College
volumes : illustrations ; 40-42 cm.
Nayland College (N.Z.) -- Periodicals.
High schools -- New Zealand -- Nelson -- Periodicals.
Journalism, College -- New Zealand -- Nelson.
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