A London newspaper launched more than 130 years ago has ceased publication as a print product and is now only available as an online edition.
The Enfield Gazette is continuing to come out on a Thursday but its latest 16-page edition can now only be read online.
The newspaper is part of North London and Herts Newspapers owned by Sir Ray Tindle’s company Tindle Newspapers, which also owns the Enfield Gazette & Advertiser.
Until recently it was a part paid-for, part free title but the digital edition, which can be read here, is completely free-to-view.
No-one from Tindle Newspapers has so far responded to requests for a comment on the move.
However HTFP has learned that the change to digital-only publication was made last week.
The Enfield Gazette was launched in 1874 and the companion Advertiser series in 1979.
It is understood that the print edition of the Enfield Advertiser will now be rebranded the Enfield Gazette and Advertiser, altough the Gazette will continue as a standalone digital publication.