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I'm looking for a word to specify that during a week someone has received quite a lot of news. Some were bad news and some were good news. And "newsful" doesn't seem to be a word.

The best I've found was "an eventful week".

But the Google definition for eventful is "marked by interesting or exciting events". However, a lot of the news received weren't exciting at all.

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As in:

It was a busy week of news for x!

busy TFD

characterized by or sustaining much activity: a busy morning; a busy street.

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Would "news-laden" work in your case? I see "laden" can be used with other words as a suffix "-laden".

Their week became news-laden.

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/laden

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You're right that newsful isn't a word; however, newsworthy is:

[Merriam-Webster]

: interesting enough to the general public to warrant reporting

// On the contrary, the week was full of newsworthy moments and seriously great clothes.
Vogue, "Watch: Vogue’s Anna Wintour on the Best Collections at Milan Fashion Week," 25 Sep. 2018

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