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The Daily Telegraph (Napier, New Zealand)

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The Daily Telegraph
Founder(s)Richard Halkett Lord
FoundedFebruary 1871
Political alignmentLiberal
Ceased publication1999
HeadquartersNapier, New Zealand

The Daily Telegraph was a newspaper serving Napier and the Hawke's Bay region district of New Zealand. It was established in February 1871 by founding editor, London journalist, Richard Halkett Lord.

The paper remained in publication until 1999 when it merged with the Hawke's Bay Herald-Tribune to become Hawke's Bay Today.[1]

References

  1. ^ "Papers Past — The Daily Telegraph". Retrieved 11 December 2012.

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