Web­site changes

Stanthorpe Border Post - - NEWS -

LO­CAL news re­mains at the heart of what we do at The

Bor­der Post and our new-look web­site, launch­ing to­day prom­ises to show­case the best of it even bet­ter.

From to­day you will no­tice a cleaner, more mod­ern look which matches the best-look­ing news sites in the coun­try for both desk­top and mo­bile.

Bolder head­lines and bet­ter nav­i­ga­tion will en­sure you will be able to find the news that mat­ters to you more quickly.

The nav­i­ga­tion panel along the top of the web­site gives you quick and easy ac­cess to the lat­est sto­ries via “just in”, as well as con­tent in sport, life­style, com­mu­nity, what’s on, jobs, mo­tor­ing, real es­tate, obit­u­ar­ies and clas­si­fieds (just use the scroll ar­rows to find all of them).

The top left “ham­burger” menu pro­vides even more de­tailed ac­cess points to sub-sec­tions of our site, spe­cial fea­tures, mag­a­zines, and of course the lo­cal weather up the top.

You can re­turn to the home screen at any time by hit­ting The Bor­der Post mast­head logo or the home menu item.

As you would ex­pect, lo­cal news is given more promi­nence and there are also easy links to let­ters and lo­cal opin­ion pieces.

In each of our sec­tions, in­clud­ing busi­ness, en­ter­tain­ment, life­style, jobs or mo­tor­ing, lo­cal news and ad­ver­tise­ments are given pri­or­ity on the left with net­work (state and na­tional) sto­ries on the right hand side. As you scroll down, the rel­e­vant net­work con­tent will fol­low.

You will also find our videos, both lo­cal and net­work, have a more prom­i­nent home.

You will no­tice there are easy ways to share sto­ries with oth­ers on Face­book or Twit­ter as well as dive straight to the com­ments to see what’s be­ing said and add your own thoughts.

We would love to hear your feed­back via NRM.Dig­i­tal@news­re­gional­me­dia.com.au.

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