How you can get news in your in­box

South Burnett Times - - YOUR SAY - Chris­tian Berechree chris­tian.berechree @south­bur­nett­times.com.au

HERE at the South Bur­nett Times, we love lo­cal news.

We want to make sure our read­ers never miss a thing, which is why we have in­tro­duced an­other way for you to read the lat­est lo­cal sto­ries.

Twice a week, on Mon­days and Thurs­days, email news­let­ters will land in the in­box of any­one who has signed up through our web­site.

They will in­clude a wrap-up of lo­cal sto­ries, with links straight to the South

Bur­nett Times web­site. From sport to en­ter­tain­ment, pol­i­tics to com­mu­nity news, busi­ness to what’s on in our re­gion, you can find it all in the all-new South Bur­nett Times news­let­ter.

If you have pre­vi­ously cre­ated an ac­count through our web­site, you are al­ready signed up and will have started re­ceiv­ing news­let­ters.

If you would like to start re­ceiv­ing news­let­ters and have im­me­di­ate ac­cess to the best lo­cal news com­ing out of the South Bur­nett

Times news­room, head to our web­site and cre­ate an ac­count.

You can click the “lo­gin” but­ton on our home page, or head to south­bur­nett­times. com.au/my-ac­count/reg­is­ter.

Thanks for your loyal read­er­ship.

❝ We want to make sure our read­ers never miss a thing, which is why we have in­tro­duced an­other way for you to read the lat­est lo­cal sto­ries.

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