New Zealand Truth
|Editor||Cameron Slater (2013–2014)|
|Headquarters||Auckland, New Zealand|
Described as "scandal mongering" and "scurrilious", it has employed well-known New Zealand authors, including Robin Hyde in 1928. It included publication of a page 3 girl. When divorces were processed in public courts (from 1982 they were processed in the Family Court), some of the more salacious divorces were reported on page 5.
Cameron Slater's involvement
At the end of October 2012, controversial right-wing blogger Cameron Slater was announced as the paper's new editor. He said in his new role he would be "kicking arse and sticking up for the little guy". His first issue was published that November.  As a result of his appointment, the paper's left-wing columnist Martyn "Bomber" Bradbury quit. Within six months of Slater's appointment it was announced the publication would cease production in July 2013, with Slater claiming it was "too far gone". 
Despite ceasing to publish a print version of the website, the publication still has an active website.
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- "Robin Hyde (Iris Wilkinson), 1906–1939". New Zealand Electronic Text Centre. Victoria University of Wellington. 2007.
- "Cameron Slater takes helm of Truth". 3 News NZ. 30 October.
- "NZ Truth to cease publishing after 125 years - reports". New Zealand Herald. 17 July 2013.
- Truth: The rise and fall of the people's paper by Redmer Yska (2010), Craig Potton Publishing, Nelson ISBN 9781877517303
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