The Eyre Peninsula Tribune website is now faster to load and easier to read on your smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop.
Purpose-built to provide a regular “feed” of your favourite local news, sport, community information and opinion, the site is optimised for viewing on any device so you can follow Eastern Eyre’s news on the go, wherever you are.
The refreshed digital design is sleek and uncluttered and the website’s new streamlined functions make it easy to navigate.
The site’s new advertiser opportunities allow local businesses to reach www.eyretribune.com.au’s growing online audience.
The digital-first publishing technology used by the Eyre Peninsula Tribune since 2015 is at the forefront of newspaper and website production worldwide.
Group managing editor Brooke DuBois said the revamped www.eyretribune.com.au would continue to provide a proudly local perspective on the people, places, issues and events of Eastern Eyre and the surrounding area.
“We’ve changed the way we present and publish news for our growing digital audience,” Ms DuBois said.
“But our commitment to providing your favourite local reading isn’t changing, including coverage of important community issues and events.”
Visitors to www.eyretribune.com.au can submit local sports results and letters to the editor, place an advertisement and read the classifieds.
The print edition of the Eyre Peninsula Tribune is published every Thursday.
The cover price of the newspaper remains unchanged. It’s still $1.70.
And you can call us on 8628 2037 or email journalist Kathrine Catanzariti at email@example.com.
Or you can call in and see us at the Eyre Peninsula Tribune office on Main Street in Cleve.