The Morning Bulletin's new look website launches today.
The Morning Bulletin's new look website launches today. Adam Wratten

Sharp new look to The Morning Bulletin's online news

LOCAL news remains at the heart of what we do at The Morning Bulletin and our new-look website, launching today, promises to showcase the best of it even better.

From this afternoon, you will notice a cleaner, more modern look which matches the best-looking

news sites in the country for both desktop and mobile.

Bolder headlines and better navigation will ensure you will be able to find the news that matters to you more quickly.

The navigation panel along the top of the website gives you quick and easy access to the

latest stories via "just in'', as well as content in sport, lifestyle, community, what's on, jobs, motoring,

real estate, obituaries and classifieds. (Just use the scroll arrows to find all of them).

The top left "hamburger'' menu provides even more detailed access points to sub-sections of our site,

special features, magazines, and of course the local weather up the top.

You can return to the home screen at any time by hitting The Morning Bulletin masthead logo or the home menu item.

As you would expect, local news is given more prominence, while the best stories from around our

network sit in the network news container, which floats down the page with you as you scroll.

There are also easy links to crime news, letters and local opinion pieces.

Today's digital edition of The Morning Bulletin will be given a more prominent display, allowing subscribers easy access to the full paper online.

In each of our sections, including business, entertainment, lifestyle, jobs or motoring, local news and advertisements are given priority on the left with network (state and national) stories on the right hand side. As you scroll down, the relevant network content will follow.

You will also find our videos, both local and network, have a more prominent home.

Our article pages have also been improved with cleaner layouts to showcase our best stories, photographs and videos. You will notice there are easy ways to share stories with others on Facebook or Twitter as well as dive straight to the comments to see what's being said and add your own thoughts.

You can also easily follow topics of interest to you by clicking on the topic tag at the bottom of the

story. That will take you to a topic page and on the top right hand side of the page you can follow that topic -meaning you will get alerts to your devices when new stories are published.

And to make sure you make the most of your subscription, don't forget to download our app from Apple's App Store, or Google Play if you have an Android phone or tablet. If you have difficulties go to

themorningbulletin.com.au/subscriptions/faq/

Of course, we will be looking to make ongoing improvements to our site so would love to hear your

feedback via NRM.Digital@newsregionalmedia.com.au

And don't forget just $3 a week gets you The Morning Bulletin and Courier Mail online.

To subscribe call 1300 361 604.



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