The new Gympie Times headquarters.
The new Gympie Times headquarters. Tanya Easterby

Sign of the times - get our new ePaper

SMARTPHONES, iPads, tablets and computers are all gadgets leading the charge to a digital future and The Gympie Times is moving with the times. Gympie Times readers can now access their daily newspaper in an exciting digital format.

The ePaper is everything readers would expect from the printed product, and more. The digital format is convenient, interactive and available anytime and anywhere.

Browse through every section, read every headline and stay ahead of local news - it's all easier to do than ever, too.

Key features of ePaper:

  • Save, print and download pages for offline reading.
  • Access 12 months of free archives
  • Search, find keywords and set up keyword email alerts
  • Heart it - listen to content read aloud via Interactive Radio
  • Use browser bookmarks to easily save pages

To help readers get a taste of what to expect from the ePaper rollout, a free six day VIP access is now available.

Visit our epaper site and click the button "6-day free trial" and register.

Start reading from a desktop computer or download the application and authorise a smartphone or other device to read anywhere, anytime.

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