A weekly newspaper covering Canary Wharf and Docklands has relaunched with an emphasis on large pictures and clean visual presentation.
The Wharf, which serves East London’s business community, has unveiled the revamp in this week’s edition.
There is a greater emphasis on fashion, food and leisure content while also offering stronger and more diverse business, money and career news to reflect the area’s heritage as a financial centre.
The free newspaper, owned by Trinity Mirror, has been published since 1998 and is based at the regional publisher’s headquarters in One Canada Square, at the heart of its patch.
Editor Giles Broadbent said: “Our readers are increasingly motivated to approach their down-time like a career.
“They want to ensure they don’t miss out, they don’t waste time and they have the best of everything.
“And with the strong international flavour of Canary Wharf and the Docklands, we recognise that London is just one part of their increasingly global lifestyle.
“Our new look and new content reflects all those qualities while remaining firmly a creature of Canary Wharf at its heart.”