Open Eye: First Wednesday: We are moving!
Thursday 06 May 1999
This will mean that, instead of appearing as an insert to the newspaper's Education section, we will at last be a stand-alone tabloid section.
This exciting development will give the publication more space in which to develop, and to breath.
For loyal readers, it merely means marking the diary to remind yourself that you need to trek along to your friendly newsagent every Wednesday, instead of every Thursday.
(That's for the hardbitten core of OU people who have not yet discovered - or have discovered and lost - the pleasure of reading a newspaper on a daily basis.)
Not a great chore.
But better, by far, if you just ask your newsagent to save (or to deliver) the newspaper every day.
The next date for your diaries, therefore, will be Wednesday 2 June.
Please meet us then, and there.
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