Free Lance

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The Free Lance was one of New Zealand’s most popular weekly, pictorial newspapers. It was first published in Wellington in 1900 by Geddis and Blomfield as a spin-off from their successful Auckland weekly, the NZ Observer and Free Lance. The publishers split the title, with the Auckland paper becoming the NZ Observer and the Wellington paper taking the name Free Lance.

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Region: Wellington

Also published as: New Zealand Free Lance

Available online: 7 July 1900 - 29 December 1920 (952 issues)

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