From Monday, June 18 The Daily Examiner will never be less than 32 pages in size.
From Monday, June 18 The Daily Examiner will never be less than 32 pages in size. Bill North

BIGGER AND BETTER DEX: Our promise to pass 'pinch test'

YOU demanded. We listened.

For $1.80 you want something of substance to put in your hands; value for money.

We're for giving you what you want, so from this Monday failing the newspaper 'pinch test' will become a thing of the past.

From this Monday I promise to you that every single edition of The Daily Examiner will contain at least 32 pages - at no extra cost, there's no hidden catch.

During my first year as editor of The Daily Examiner I made a point to take on board feedback from you, the trusted reader, about what we can do better.

How will we do it?

Older and Wiser is one of the new feature pages to be included in the expanded minimum 32-page editions of The Daily Examiner
Older and Wiser is one of the new feature pages to be included in the expanded minimum 32-page editions of The Daily Examiner

For starters, we're introducing several new feature pages we think you'll like. For instance, Wednesday will include a section dedicated to senior citizens called Older & Wiser.

Celebrating a significant birthday or anniversary? A wedding? The birth of your grandchild? We want to share your special occasions in our Milestones series - and I'm sure your friends and family will appreciate it, too.

Email your Milestone photos today so we can include them in an upcoming edition

We're focused on publishing more local faces in the paper, in particular our children playing junior sport.

Junior Sport will run every Tuesday plus editions under the new increased pagination of The Daily Examiner.
Junior Sport will run every Tuesday plus editions under the new increased pagination of The Daily Examiner.

Taken a great sport photo lately? Share it with us here.

We're also unveiling a comprehensive new dedicated daily weather page very soon, plus much, much more.

I'd love to know your thoughts on the changes. You contact me here.

For 159 years we've been here for you, and you've been here for us. We're not going anywhere. Our commitment is to you. Thank you for staying true to us, and we look forward to sharing our future together.



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