Your favourite weekly newspaper, the Dungog Chronicle, is going mobile.
Last week was the first edition of the new-look Chronicle and we hope you enjoyed the revamp.
The Dungog Chronicle office at 114 Dowling Street will close this Friday, but we are out in the community like never before.
Our editorial and sales staff have been equipped with new technology that helps them to connect with readers and customers wherever they are.
Our senior journalist Janelle O’Neill and others from the regional newsroom can file stories and pictures from a local event immediately onto our website (dungogchronicle.com.au) or straight onto the pages of our next print edition.
Likewise, our advertising representative Bernadette Gallagher can book you an ad online or in the newspaper through her iPad.
If you have a news tip or story idea, email Janelle O’Neill at email@example.com or ring 0427 581 012.
Advertising inquiries should be directed to Bernadette Gallagher at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0447 127 352.
For all classified advertising (for sale, memoriams, notices etc) please call 4931 0100 or email email@example.com
Mail can be sent to PO Box 96 Dungog NSW 2420
The scope for reaching out to new clients has never been greater through the Dungog Chronicle, which attracts a large number of highly engaged readers every day.
If you see or hear something that people need to know, then you have a direct line to our newsroom.
Our Facebook page is fast becoming the town square online.
It’s a place for us to share news and for you to give us feedback, news tips and stories.
While we are improving our delivery of news, our commitment has always been, and will always remain, to the communities of this region.
Our aim remains unchanged; to make sure you hear it first from the Dungog Chronicle – whether it be from our print edition, website or Facebook page.
We hope you enjoy the changes you will see in our print edition and of course, for all breaking news at any time of the day, visit dungogchronicle.com.au