A cheerful and optimistic weekly newspaper, The Weekly News English is a current affairs and gossip-style paper with more than a hint of magazine about it.
Every issue bring you an impressive collection of amazing real life news and stories including the Royal Week and a ‘You ask, We answer’ feature, along with a comprehensive entertainment section that takes a look at all the latest telly, cinema and celebrity news. The Weekly News also covers lifestyle – health, gardening, food, travel and money – has prizes and puzzles, short stories and sport. This claims to be the paper with the feel-good factor, and you won’t find a negative sentiment in it.
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Whenever you turn on the news nowadays you are greeted with a never-ending deluge of gloom and panic. The country is in a terrible recession, Europe is tearing itself apart, everyone is unemployed and gangs of youths roam the streets rioting at the drop of a moderately expensive shoe. The world is falling apart and no-one seems to be able to get a grip. These sentiments are echoed in the mainstream papers – all doom and gloom with not a ray of sunshine breaking through the clouds.
Well, maybe there are a lot of problems in the world, but the media never reports on the good things in life any more. The Weekly News turns its back on anything depressing and upsetting and instead offers a refreshingly cheerful and optimistic attitude towards the news. Inside you’ll find uplifting true life stories, great coverage of entertainment and plenty more to keep you occupied and with a smile on your face.
We’re not necessarily suggesting that you get all your news from The Weekly News – there are a lot of important things in the mainstream media that, depressing as they are, it is crucial to know about. What we do believe, however, is that in life there should be balance in all things – and why not balance the mainstream media with a cheerful copy of The Weekly News? NB