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AUCKLAND, Today: Metro magazine – until recently run by ACP Magazines Australia – has joined the fold of Japanese-New Zealand businessman Hideaki Fukutake’s Still Group NZ, according to a report in BusinessDesk.

Still bought the title from Metro Media Group, which was set up by Simon Chesterman to keep it alive after German’s Bauer Goup quit NZ in 2020 amid the covid 19 epidemic

The magazine was founded by the late Warwick Roger in 1981, going on to become a bold and iconic trend-setting monthly (now a quarterly) with a circulation of 15,000 per issue.

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