$1 - one dollar coin
$1 - one dollar coin

Don’t miss this great introductory deal

THE demand for news has never been greater.

But news isn’t free. It never has been.

Advertising revenue pays for much of the free-to-air television and radio journalism, however daily newspapers, such as this one, are funded by advertising and audience revenue.

The taxpayer pays for the ABC.

While the funding models may be different, one fact remains true: news gathering cannot be done for free.

We know people may be suffering financial hardship at the moment, but we’re a business too with employees to support.

That’s why we’ve relaunched our popular digital subscription offer: just $1 for the first 28 days.

It’s a limited-time offer, and it only has a few more days left to run.

Not only does that give you access to the best local stories - all of our premium content - but also the best stories from the Courier Mail and major sites like The Daily Telegraph, Herald Sun, along with other regional titles from the Cairns Post to the The Mercury in Tasmania.

You’ll also get access to email and app alerts on big breaking COVID-19 and national stories.

You can even access a selection of back issues so if you miss a day, you can catch up.

But you’ll need to be quick - the deal expires soon.

You can find out more and read the terms and conditions at www.news-mail.com.au/subscriptions.

Thank you for supporting local journalism that matters.



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