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THE online world allows journalists to do more than they are able to in print.
As our website, www.themorningbulletin. com.au, moves to a digital subscription model this week, we're highlighting some of the interactive tools our journalists now use to help give you an instant visual representation of an issue or a deeper understanding of it.
Go to our site tomorrow for an online exclusive story showing how much lost superannuation is sitting in our region waiting to be claimed.
It will involve an interactive graphic that shows you how much super is sitting in forgotten accounts across Queensland and New South Wales, and allows you to filter by postcode and region so you can compare areas.
And don't forget - if you're one of those people who has forgotten to roll over some super from a previous account, claim what's rightfully yours by talking to your current super provider or find out more by going to http://www.ato.gov.au/calculators -and-tools/check-your -super/
Meanwhile, readers wanting to maximise the experience of The Morning Bulletin should be aware of the myriad ways we get the news out.
Never before has real-time coverage of major news events in Rockhampton and across Central Queensland been so accessible and immediate.
Themorningbulletin.com .au breaks news daily, delivering rolling live coverage to keep the region informed as major events unfold.
Accessing The Morning Bulletin's award-nominated online reporting has never been easier.
The Morning Bulletin's Facebook page has one of the largest audiences in Central Queensland with more than 16,000 followers.
Every day via Facebook we break local, national and international news.
We also post the quirky, inspirational and light-hearted, ensuring we are not just informing, but entertaining.
Twitter is where our news is delivered as it happens 24/7.
If a major event is unfolding - such as an emergency, political announcement or scandal - we break it via @the_bully
It not only happens on The Morning Bulletin's Twitter account, which has an audience of more than 2700.
Key members of our newsroom use their own Twitter accounts to report live from the scene or to set the agenda.
For a behind-the-scenes look at the news, or to see many of the amazing photographs taken by The Morning Bulletin's photographers or submitted by readers, head to themorningbulletin.com.au.
The Morning Bulletin - @the_bully
Lisa Benoit (journalist/business editor) - @lisabenoit87
Madeline McDonald (journalist) - @MaddR94
Trinette Stevens (journalist) - @trinettetmb
Rachael Conaghan (journalist) - @rach_conaghan
Michelle Gately (journalist) - @michelle_gately