The number of reruns for national Sunday newspapers was just over 500 in December 2001 ­ the lowest since the Association of Newspaper & Magazine Wholesalers (ANMW) began monitoring figures in the autumn of 1999. In total there were 525 second runs as a result of publisher lateness compared with 1,124 in November 2001 and 1,633 for December 2000. The highest number of reruns recorded for Sunday papers was 3,842 which was in October 1999. According to the ANMW, no reruns were needed for four publications ­ Sunday Express, Observer, Sunday Sport and the Sunday Telegraph. In the national daily market the number of reruns more than halved during December. There were 4,656 double runs compared with 10,067 in the previous month. Year on year the number was also down by just over 1,300. Just one title ­ The Times - saw an increase, with 974 reruns compared with 858 the previous month. The Daily Telegraph caused the fewest with 197. {{CTN }}