Our new-look websites designed to bring you more news

OUR new-look websites will deliver more local news to both your desktop and mobile devices.

The redesign of the home page follows surveys of local residents who asked for more local news, views, sport, entertainment and events.

The changes deliver more local news stories at the top of the page while also presenting the best of the biggest online stories from around the web in editors' picks.

A new article page delivers bigger pictures and video, more related stories, as well as providing easier opportunities to share stories you like on social media.

With more and more people getting their news on smart phones and tablets, we have given our mobile sites an overhaul, providing a layout from which it is easier to access the latest local news.

A new mobile  device menu, at the top left of the screen, allows you to dive into news, local life, things to do, real estate, jobs, classifieds, motoring as well as 'just in' news, editors' picks, sport and business.

The changes are still a work in progress with some Android phone users reporting problems with scrolling, which our technical people are working to resolve in coming days.

Over the next few months, we will continue to make improvements to our sites, responding to your feedback, to ensure we have the best mix of local news, sport, entertainment and events  in this region. 

We appreciate your feedback so please let us know what you think of the changes by making a comment below.


  • More than 3 million people each month use APN Australian regional media's websites, up from about one million in 2010.
  • Year on year there has been a 146% growth on our mobile platform.
  • Our Facebook pages are among the most successful in the country with more than 297,344 likes.
  • Our Twitter accounts have more than 20,000 followers.
  • Up to 40,000 comments are made each month on our websites.

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