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Darlington Herald & Post (defunct)

The Darlington Herald & Post was a weekly freesheet tabloid newspaper distributed to homes in the town of Darlington itself and to neighbouring villages such as Hurworth-on-Tees, Sadberge, Coniscliffe and Walworth.

It was part of a South Durham sub-series of three in what was at one time the six-title Herald & Post freesheet series of newspapers founded in the 1960s and published by the Gazette Media Company, who also publish the Evening Gazette; the company’s part of the UK’s biggest newspaper publisher (as of the late 2000s), Trinity Mirror.

It was published on Thursdays. It had no website of its own; its web presence was through the Darlington news pages of the Gazette‘s website.

It was amalgamated with the South Durham Herald & Post in April 2009 to form the Darlington & South Durham Herald & Post. The other title in the sub-series, the North Yorkshire Herald & Post, closed in October 2008.