A FRESH NEW WAY TO READ THE NEWS

Canning Times - - NEWS - Ken Bur­rowes Ed­i­to­rial Di­rec­tor Com­mu­nity News

This week you will see a fresh change has swept through the Canning Times. Ed­i­to­rial de­sign changes have been in­tro­duced to com­ple­ment changes to our ad­ver­tis­ing grid. There are new head­line fonts for both our news and fea­tures pages, plus a cleaner lay­out that is con­sis­tent through­out the news­pa­per. And new straps at the top of each page will help you nav­i­gate through the pa­per. Our in­dex on page 2 will help you find the con­tent you want to read, and the right per­son to talk to about sto­ries and ad­ver­tis­ing. We al­ways en­deav­our to pub­lish sto­ries and pic­tures rel­e­vant to you, and over com­ing weeks we will also be in­tro­duc­ing new con­tent. Com­mu­nity News strength­ens com­mu­ni­ties by cam­paign­ing, in­form­ing and con­nect­ing. It is a mantra that is at the cen­tre of every­thing we do. But we can’t be ev­ery­where, all the time, so we en­cour­age you to send in sto­ries, pic­tures and tips to can­ning­times@com­mu­ni­tynews.com.au. We are par­tic­u­larly keen to share your cel­e­bra­tions (wed­dings, births, an­niver­saries) and com­mu­nity events. In ev­ery way, your sto­ries are our sto­ries. We thank you for your sup­port and hope you will con­tinue to do so to en­sure lo­cal sto­ry­telling re­mains.

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