Day of Design: 20 Years of Newspaper Design

The Evening Post

Wellington, New Zealand

The Evening Post was an afternoon metropolitan daily newspaper based in Wellington, New Zealand. It was founded in 1865 by Dublin-born printer, newspaper manager and leader-writer Henry Blundell, who brought his family to New Zealand in 1863.

With his partner, David Curle, who left the partnership that July, Henry and his three sons printed with a hand-operated press and distributed Wellington’s first daily newspaper, The Evening Post, on Feb. 8, 1865.

In 1972 The Evening Post merged ownership with the less successful conservative morning paper, The Dominion, which belonged to Wellington Publishing Company.

The Evening Post’s last publication was on the afternoon of July 6, 2002, and the next day the morning-published sister-publication, The Dominion, displayed its new name — The Dominion Post. Fairfax Media now publishes The Dominion Post.

Source: Wikipedia



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1993 Frontpage
The Evening Post front page from Feb. 10, 1993
See a newsroom photo from 1993


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2013 Frontpage
The Evening Post front page from Feb. 10, 2013 (Or Feb. 8 page)