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NW (magazine)

NW (formerly New Weekly) is a weekly magazine (typically 110 pages) published in Australia by Bauer Media Group. It contains articles about media celebrities, Hollywood gossip, clothing, makeup, dieting, and entertainment. It was started in 1993 under the title New Weekly by then Australian Consolidated Press executive Richard Walsh, with a renaming to NW in 1998. Circulation is currently around 200,000.[1] The current editor is Zoƫ Barnes. It won the Australian Magazine of the Year Award in 2006.[2][3]

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  1. ^ Sally Jackson The Australian http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,20867,20072289-7582,00.html
  2. ^ Magazine Publishers of Australia - NW judged Magazine of the Year
  3. ^ AdNews: NW lands magazine of the year title (accessed 22 February 2015)
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