From the editor: We're for keeping you informed

SOUTH Burnett Times has expanded its coverage of local news on its website and we're keener than ever to ensure you don't miss a thing.

As well as local news, sport, events, entertainment and things to do, our website offers top stories from News' Australian and international network.

Thousands of people access our website every day to find out what's happening in the Burnett region.

In fact, digital readership of the South Burnett Times has increased 60 per cent in the past 12 months alone.

And today we're letting you know there's a new way to get the most updated news delivered to your inbox.

To receive the newsletter, you just need to sign up to be a registered user of our site and select the newsletters you want to receive.

If you go to the home page, you can sign up via the login section at the top right of our website. Or just go to this link at

You can also see the full digital edition of the South Burnett Times on our home page.

By signing up, you will be the first to know about the big stories in our region, written by locals who are passionate about covering Kingaroy and beyond.


On our website, you will also find the latest photo galleries and videos from across our network, as well as real estate, jobs and motoring news and listings, and our classifieds.

We know that we play an important part in bringing the community together.

For almost 100 years, this paper has been trusted by its readers as the go-to source for those living in the region.

We will continue to use every means available to us: our printed papers, expanded online network and Facebook page, to keep you informed.

After all, we're for you.

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