Let's see how far the Mercury goes!
YOUR Mercury gets about - and here's the proof.Erika Doerksen sent in this lovely picture of her daughters Amber and Molly clutching the paper after building a giant snowman in Sweden where they were spending new year.
YOUR Mercury gets about - and here's the proof.
Erika Doerksen sent in this lovely picture of her daughters Amber and Molly clutching the paper after building a giant snowman in Sweden where they were spending new year.
We had one or two pictures of the Mercury in odd or exotic locations as entries to our photo competition last year and now we'd like to see just how far your favourite newspaper can go!
If you are heading somewhere far away - or even somewhere closer to home but highly unusual - take a quick digital picture of your copy and the scenic background and send it in!
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You can e-mail them to deputy editor Tim Warner on email@example.com
We'll guarantee to publish all suitable pictures although we will not allow computer-enhanced “hoaxes”. And remember to tell us who took the picture and why you were at the location you send in.
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Let's see how far we can spread the word….