TODAY'S paper is the 39,559th edition of the Newcastle Herald.
For the first 39,553 of those editions, the news that you need has come via our vibrant and noisy newsrooms in Newcastle East and more recently in Honeysuckle.
Even on the night of the earthquake, a packed newsroom rallied to produce the next day's special edition.
But this week, a week like none of us have ever seen, that newsroom has been empty.
This week our newsroom has been in Adamstown. In Stockton. In Georgetown. In Charlestown and Cooks Hill.
In Mayfield, Maitland and Maryville. In Wallsend, Windella, Waratah and Wangi.
In East Maitland, New Lambton, Adamstown Heights.
In Redhead. In Valentine. In Hamilton. In Lambton. On the Central Coast. And in Orange.
Our advertising teams, classifieds, finance and administration staff have also been working from home.
As many of you now know, working remotely has its challenges - but we're determined to keep you informed as the coronavirus pandemic story develops.
With rumour and misinformation spreading quickly, we know that you need information you can trust more than ever.
Our journalists and photographers are committed to responsible reporting and to bringing you the facts.
We've made stories with vital coronavirus information free online.
I want to thank our readers, advertisers and the Hunter Region for their ongoing support.
Keep your story ideas coming, particularly those about the great things we know are happening in our community.
You've been there for us, and we'll be there for you.
Side by side, we'll get through this together.
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