Remember the days when newspaper reporters told their readers the important bits of information about their stories? Well, could someone please remind some of the young newshounds at The Daily Examiner that its readers are not happy. This reader turned to the back page of today's paper to read about a football match played in Grafton yesterday (yesterday's paper had a pre-game report that took up the best part of a page).
The heading was "Uni Shield hopes are over", so I thought, "Gee, now I'll read the detailed account of the game."
But, what a shocker! The all-important piece of information, the final score, was nowhere to be seen.