FRESH FACE: You can see the brand new Rocky Mirror as it gets delivered today.
FRESH FACE: You can see the brand new Rocky Mirror as it gets delivered today.

Take a good look at the new Mirror

IT MAY be cooling down in Rockhampton this week, but the new look Rocky Mirror is undeniably hot.

The new local paper will make its way to nearly 30,000 houses and businesses today, with 1000 copies to be circulated throughout the grounds at the Beef Australia expo.

With a new focus on youth issues and a bigger emphasis on Rocky's nightlife and entertainment, it is only fitting that the cover features one of Rockhampton's best event managers, Sarah McCulloch.

"I really love the new look and the new focus. I think it'll be a good change for our community" she said.

Editor of The Morning Bulletin Frazer Pearce said the paper has come of age with its new design and fresh approach.

"Our aim is to engage and inform our readers. Please let us know what you think and let us know what else you would like to see in your community paper," he said.



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