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THE NewsMail website is the first place locals go for breaking news.

But we want it to be much more than just that.

We're expanding our online coverage of community news and things to do to ensure the Bundaberg region is one of the most connected places in Queensland.

And there's even more to come.

Each month, the NewsMail publishes more than 500 stories, hundreds of photos and dozens of videos. 

Throughout the day, the site is continually updated with breaking stories.

Throughout the day, new stories are continually being added to keep our readers better informed than they have ever been.

What do you think of the new-look site?

This poll ended on 10 October 2015.

Current Results

It's fantastic

28%

It's a bit better

21%

It could be improved even more

50%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

We've also introduced a daily watercooler piece to encourage discussion on the national story that everyone's talking about.

Our revamped Local Life page now includes community news, social, wedding and baby photos, local opinions, and your stories.

And we want you to be part of the community storytelling, through our Your Story platform, at www.news-mail.com.au/your-story.

We're keen to hear about your school's success stories, the vital work of community organisations, junior sports stars and unsung heroes.

And we're keen to hear your views on local issues - whether it be council, development, the city's heritage, employment, business or anything that has the potential to affect you and your family.

Our Things to Do page is also undergoing changes with greater coverage of local events.

Each week, you will find a range of events and activities to suit all readers, including things to do for kids, your guide to the weekend, the local gig guide and where to go to watch great local sport.

You can also submit your own events and view listings of other groups' events.



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WAR HERO: Sister a woman of constant bravery

Road to Victory exhibition

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