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Topic # 53769 13-Dec-2009 22:41
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Hi all, I used to get news notifications to my old work email address but I can't remeber where I got them from?
I only want certain news though which is what I used to get with my old service. All news including specific keywords was forwarded to me and if anyone can let me know of a service that does that I would be really chuffed!!!

Oh and it was NZ service, I'm not too concerned about getting this service to include international news.

Thanks in advance to anyone who can help

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  Reply # 282460 14-Dec-2009 20:18
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I use Google News alerts for the keywords, and signed up to stuff, fairfax, NBR, interest.co.nz and a couple of aussie newssites for general stuff - all comes in on once- or twice-daily emails..

All heavily business-oriented though, which may not be waht you want... you can select for areas of interest on Stuff, Fairfax et al, I seem to remember...

Good luck finding what you want

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  Reply # 282474 14-Dec-2009 21:21
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Thanks guys, I found the stuff one. I think that was the one I used to use? Would the google news alerts be international? I'm looking for local stuff to be honest. I'll give it a go and see.

Thanks again

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