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People will get you giggling; Extra features for popular pull-out.

IT'S been a household favourite since its launch in 2006, and now your Gazette People is set to be even better.

Inside tomorrow's Evening Gazette you'll find your new and improved People pull-out.

But don't worry, all the favourite features are still there.

Fromweddings to baby pictures -we have it covered. But there are now a few new treats in store too.

Be sure not to miss the great That's my Boy or Girl column where readers can congratulate a young person on their achievements, and the new Funny of the Week. For the first edition there's a pampered pooch just hoping to catch your eye.

Also guaranteed to provide a giggle or two is the new Gazette People Small Talk section.

The People team will be chatting to some of the region's youngsters each week and bringing you their classic one-liners!

The supplement will also feature a new community calendar where readers can catch up with what's happening on Teesside.

One of People's editors, Kathryn Smith, said: "I'm certain the readers are going to love the new features in tomorrow's Gazette People."

But Kathryn added: "People is only a success story because our readers consistently send us in their photos and stories. The same applies now. There's always a place in People for your family photos -and now there are even more opportunities with That'sMy Boy and Funny of the Week."

Pick up your copy tomorrow inside the Evening Gazette.

* To add your events to the community calendar, log on to www.gazettelive.co.uk/calendar

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