A separate weekly publication - the Cuttings Club – was also produced containing copies of news cuttings relating to landbased pirate radio stations and the offshore stations.
An Anoraks UK telephone information line was also established to provide even more up to date news about the offshore and landbased pirate stations. Anoraks UK was also well known for the loop aerial it produced, enabling listeners to obtain better reception of the various offshore stations broadcasting at that time.
AUK was involved (along with FRC/OEM and Roland ‘Buster’ Pearson’s Monitor Magazine) in organising an offshore radio event – Communicate 88 – in Blackpool on 24th September 1988.
AUK published its final issue (number 278) on 9th September 1989, just after the raid by Dutch and British authorities on Radio Caroline’s ship, Ross Revenge.