Tribune is taking a short break, undertaking a fundamental review of most aspects of the paper based on new sources of funding. We hope this process can be completed promptly and to the satisfaction of staff and readers, but we may not be able to meet the deadline for our next edition, due on January 26. We apologise if this leads to a gap in publication but can guarantee a wholly superior Tribune on our return. Our integrity, traditions, quality and standards will be sustained. Updates, news, arts and other Tribune regulars will be available on this website. You can also keep up to date at our Facebook page:
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We have undertaken changes in the past. But a sparsity of sufficient funds has ensured that such changes were either piecemeal or did not go as far as we wished. Future plans will be wholesale but we will continue in print format as well as expanding our online availability.
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