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CHANGE is coming to our websites and we want you to be a part of it.

Every day we work hard to bring you the most important news from your suburb, state, from across Australia and around the world.

Now you have the chance to tell us what we're doing right, and where we can improve. Our reader survey is now live.

Are you picking us up at the café with your morning coffee hit?

Or do you prefer to read our stories on your mobile phone or tablet?

Perhaps when the boss is out, you sneak a peek at some breaking news on your office PC.

No matter how you are viewing our website, we want to know how we can deliver you a better experience, with more of the news you want to see.


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