Local prints last issue

The Hounslow and Times has closed after succumbing to financial pressures, reports MediaGuardian.
The paper, owned by Newsquest/Gannett, has printed its last issue but will retain an online presence.

It was originally called the Chiswick Times when it was founded in 1895 by Frederick Dimbleby, the great-grandfather of David and Jonathan Dimbleby. It was a regional broadsheet until two years ago but a move to tabloid failed to revive circulation, which stood at 51,000 in the last ABC figures.

(Source: MediaGuardian)

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