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Coffs Coast Advocate general manager Brent Rees shows off the newspaper's website, where you can stay up to date with all the latest local news 24-7.
Coffs Coast Advocate general manager Brent Rees shows off the newspaper's website, where you can stay up to date with all the latest local news 24-7.

IT is now easier than ever to stay up to date with the latest local news and information from the Coffs Coast Advocate.

A new-look subscription box has been added to this paper's website which highlights all the ways you can find out what's happening in your area.

Simply enter your email address and you can sign up to our newsletters, which are delivered into your inbox every weekday morning and afternoon.

There are also quick links to our Facebook and Twitter pages, as well as directions on how you can access the Coffs Coast Advocate on your mobile phone and make our website your home page.

RSS feeds are another option for you to keep up to date and if you have your own website you can embed our news widget and have a steady stream of local news and information showcased on your site.

All the instructions are online on the Coffs Coast Advocate home page, as well as information on how you can easily access the newspaper.

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