From Monday The Daily Advertiser will introduce a local news subscription package for online readers, offering visitors to dailyadvertiser.com.au full access to the latest news from Wagga and the Riverina for only $3.75 a week.
As announced in April, the new subscription offer includes around-the-clock digital access to all of the local news, sport and opinion published by The Daily Advertiser, as well as essential community information and the latest national news and sport, plus lifestyle, health and travel advice.
Subscribers will also get access to digital replicas of the Monday to Saturday print editions of the newspaper, so they can read every page on their tablet or desktop.
There’s also the option to receive regular news updates, including breaking-news alerts, by email.
Subscribers can sign up to pay monthly and get the first 30 days of access for free.
Or they can pay for an annual subscription, receive 20 per cent off plus the first month of access to the site for free.
Some content at dailyadvertiser.com.au will remain open to all website visitors, including classified advertisements, such as birth and funeral notices, and recommended articles featuring local businesses.
Editor Ross Tyson said The Daily Advertiserhad a proud tradition of providing, both in print and online, the news that matters to the community.
“Like newspapers all over the world, we have adapted to the changing way people want to consume news and information,” he said. “As our audience increasingly reads our local journalism on their smartphones and laptops, we need to make sure we can continue to deliver the coverage our community expects and deserves.”
Visitors can also sign up to have a free newsletter emailed Monday to Saturday to their inbox, making it easier to browse the latest headlines and see what’s making news across the region.
The website changes do not affect the printed version of The Daily Advertiser, which will continue to be published Monday to Saturday.