Sunday Mail getting bigger and brighter

A RATIO of 80 per cent colour and 20 per cent black and white looks to have become the norm in the pages of Scotland’s biggest-selling newspaper, which last Sunday comprised over 200 pages and yesterday wasn’t that far behind in repeating the feat.

Last weekend’s Sunday Mail was the biggest in the paper’s history and the improved colour-monochrome ratio follows recent investment in the paper’s printing facilities, with the amount of colour printed up 20 per cent on what it was before.

Said editor, Allan Rennie: “It’s a huge step forward in the evolution of Scotland’s biggest-selling newspaper.”