Daily launches new digital edition
You have spoken and we have listened.
The Sunshine Coast Daily digital edition has received a massive boost after overwhelming feedback from the community.
The online flip book has grown from four pages when the newspaper first went to digital-only to 16 pages today.
The Sunshine Coast Daily’s original e-paper was a mirror of the print version. Because our print version ceased, our online version of it has too.
An automated version to help new readers navigate the website was put in its place.
Thanks to overwhelming feedback from the community, our team of technician and editorial staff has worked tirelessly to boost the edition.
It now includes the masthead’s best local stories, written by a team of 16 journalists living on the Sunshine Coast.
It also features nation and world news, puzzles, horoscopes, shares, TV guides, cartoons.
And our readers are voting with their feet with unique visits to the digital edition having grown by more than a 100 per cent since the improvements were implemented.
Find the digital edition by visiting sunshinecoastdaily.com.au and click on the top right next to the search bar.
Click on any story you find in our digital edition to be directed to the full story on our website.
Our website has the most up-to-date and comprehensive news rolling through the day, which is proof that our commitment to local news has not changed.
For more information, we are inviting our readers to morning tea to meet the editor and journalists from the Sunshine Coast Daily.
To register for the event, to be held from 10am on July 31, visit sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/discover.