What happens with blank pages will depend on the number of pages in your newspaper:
It is possible to make a newspaper with 6, 10 or 14 pages (+ the 2 cover pages).

The Tribu newspaper has 16 pages:
The cover page (in every newspaper)
the front page (in every newspaper)
14 customizable pages, which are arranged as following:
We use A3 paper that we fold in 2 to create an A4 format.
Since we print on both sides of the paper, each A3 page provides a total of 4 A4 pages.
Therefore, the different newspaper length options are:
1 A3 page = 4 pages => this newspaper will not be printed
2 A3 pages = 8 pages
3 A3 pages = 12 pages
4 A3 pages = 16 pages
And it stops here, you cannot have more than 16 pages in the newspaper

As soon as you exceed the number of pages (a multiple of 4), we will add an A3 page directly (i.e. 4 A4 pages).
For example, if you fill 9 pages of your newspaper, there will be a total of 12 pages, 3 of which will be empty.

But an empty page is ugly!
Not necessarily! The last pages remain empty by default, inevitably creating a “more full feeling.”
If you leave the first page blank, as in most books, it will give the newspaper a clean look.
Our trick is to put the blank pages on odd page numbers