It’s time to update app
DO you read the Gold Coast Bulletin’s digital print edition?
From July 16, users will need to update their app to continue accessing the digital print edition.
The Gold Coast Bulletin launched a sparkly new app in March which features an updated design, customisable live news feeds from our website, app alerts when big news breaks and a digital replica of the daily paper.
The existing digital print edition app has remained live but, from today, users will be prompted to update the app before the former platform is switched off on July 16. ONE of the two men accused of kidnapping a 12-year-old Mudgeeraba boy was beaten by a group of inmates leaving him with a broken nose and cheek fracture.
Yu “Sunny” Zhang, 21, was jumped by a group earlier this
Elizabeth Miller gets into the swing of things at the opening of Topgolf in Oxenford last night. Left: Madi Weston, Danni Belle and Hannah Polites.