THE Stawell Times-News is refreshing the online experience for its growing digital audience as it switches to a new-look website via stawelltimes.com.au.
As the region’s most trusted source of local news and community information, the Stawell Times-News is now faster and easier to read on your smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop.
Drawing on the Stawell-based team led by Stawell Times-News editor Kim Quinlan, the website will continue to deliver the regular local news, sport, comment and community updates audiences have come to expect and trust.
The site’s new advertiser opportunities will allow businesses across the Stawell region to reach the stawelltimes.com.au’s large and growing online audience.
The digital-first publishing technology used by the Stawell Times-News since 2015 is at the forefront of newspaper and website production worldwide, allowing local journalists in the field to publish news online as it happens.
Victorian group managing editor Andrew Eales said the new website would continue to provide a proudly local perspective on people, places, issues and events.
“We’ve changed the way we present and publish news for our digital audience,” Mr Eales said. “We know local news plays an important role in helping to keep people in regional areas connected, and our local journalists take pride in telling stories for the communities where they live. As a trusted local voice, the Stawell Times-News will continue to deliver quality journalism online and in print.”
The print edition is published on Tuesdays and Fridays. The cover price remains unchanged.
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