STRAIGHT TO YOU: You could have local news delivered straight to your email inbox, twice a week.
STRAIGHT TO YOU: You could have local news delivered straight to your email inbox, twice a week. BrianAJackson

How you can receive local news in your inbox

HERE at the South Burnett Times, we love local news.

We want to make sure our readers never miss a thing, which is why we have introduced another way for you to read the latest local stories.

Twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays, email newsletters will land in the inbox of anyone who has signed up through our website.

They will include a wrap-up of local stories, with links straight to the South Burnett Times website.

From sport to entertainment, politics to community news, business to what's on in our region, you can find it all in the all-new South Burnett Times newsletter.

If you have previously created an account through our website, you are already signed up and will have started receiving newsletters.

If you would like to start receiving newsletters and have immediate access to the best local news coming out of the Times' newsroom, head to our website and create an account.

You can click the "Login” button on our home page, or head to www.southburnetttimes.com.au/my-account/register.

Thanks for your loyal readership.

I am looking forward to sharing even more exciting local news with you through our email newsletter.

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