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REGIONAL Australians are signing up in record numbers to Australia's best value digital news subscription bundle.

The reasons are simple: you can't beat the value of local knowledge - and our journalists cover their regions and patches better than anyone.

Across Australia, News Corp now has more than 500,000 digital subscribers.

In regional Australia, the growth rate has been the fastest in the country with more than 90,000 people signing up.

That support for local journalism is helping to ensure the sustainability of our local papers in the face of huge competition from tech giants like Google and Facebook.

Great journalism costs money to produce - something that our readers truly value as they invest in story-telling making a difference in their communities.

We want to ensure even more people have access to stories that matter so for a limited time we are offering new susbscribers the opportunity to see what they are missing out on.

For a limited time only, new customers can subscribe to us for just $5 a month for the first three months with no lock-in contract. Conditions apply. See here for more details.

You can also get home delivery of the weekend edition of local newspaper thrown in for free.


  • Unlimited digital access on any device
  • Access to the digital print edition
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After that introductory period, your digital subscription will revert to our standard pricing of $6 a week. That's little more than the cost of a coffee each week.

Your subscription gives you much more than just complete access to every story on this website.


Subscribers enjoy full digital access to our website on all devices, giving analysis, insight and breaking news from News Corp's team of expert writers and columnists.


Enjoy reading the daily paper? With a subscription you can access our digital print edition on your computer, tablet or phone - the newspaper exactly as it's printed but available on digital devices and featuring additional accessibility options making it even easier to read.

Check out some of the great reward offers via +Rewards page.
Check out some of the great reward offers via +Rewards page.


Our member benefits program +Rewards is available to The Courier Mail digital subscribers. And you get Courier Mail access free when you subscribe to this masthead. Enjoy access to a limited number of double passes to a variety of top event tickets, freebies, exclusive offers and subscriber-only competitions.

Updated monthly, check out what's available exclusively to members at - you must be an eligible subscriber to redeem and access these offers.

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Our app is free to download, but with a digital subscription you have premium access which will allow you to access all the content in the app as well as personalise your news feed and notifications.

In addition to our exclusive subscriber-only stories, the app gives access to Today's Paper, the popular digital print edition of our paper.

Just go to the Apple app story or Google Play store (for Android devices) and search for the name of your local paper to download onto your device.

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You don't just get access to local paper with your subscription - you also get full access to The Courier-Mail, Daily Telegraph, Herald Sun and The Advertiser websites plus The Gold Coast Bulletin, Townsville Bulletin and Cairns Post and digital print editions.

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