We've got some exciting changes planned
TOMORROW is a historic day for the Post – our last-ever Saturday edition.
And I'd like to share with you some details of the exciting, new edition that will replace it.
Next Friday will see the first Post Weekend edition – a copy of the paper that will see you right through the weekend and in to the week beyond.
The Post Weekend will have our usual serving of exclusive, compelling news and sports stories, our terrific Homes & Living property section, as well as some great new additions.
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Foremost of these is a new, 64-page glossy magazine called The Weekend, which will come free with the paper. The aim of the magazine is simple – to give you a week's worth of indispensable advice on what to do with your time and money.
No matter how much you think you know our city, every week we will find new things for you to do, food for you to eat and places for you to visit, constantly surprising you with expert insight in to shops, shows, products and performances.
And that expertise will come from many of Venue magazine's writers, which is why we're saying the magazine is "powered by Venue".
Meanwhile, the main paper will help you to catch up on the city's news by taking an in-depth look at the significant events of the week with our new "Weeklypedia" section, as well as expert commentary.
I've also taken on board what some of you have written to me about our local history section Bristol Times.
A few months ago, I changed Bristol Times from a weekly supplement to a daily spread, which gave readers more of it.
However, many readers have told me they prefer it in one lump.
So it's back. From Monday, Bristol Times will re-appear every week as a supplement. And we'll still run a local history item every day in the paper from Tuesday to Friday.
Finally, we haven't forgotten Saturday's prize crossword! From next week, that will appear in Friday's paper.