No Facebook? No problem: Here’s how to keep up with the QT
IN the wake of Facebook’s ban on publishing Australian news, it’s never been more important to turn to a trusted news source like the Queensland Times.
There are plenty of ways to access the latest stories from the largest news gathering team in Ipswich.
Make sure you bookmark our homepage www.qt.com.au – our digital team is constantly curating our site to make sure you find the news you need to read quickly.
You can access our Monday-Saturday digital edition by clicking the button at the top right of the screen, or by scrolling down and looking out for the front page of the latest edition on your right.
You can access your subscriber rewards in the top right corner.
The top navigation bar also allows you to find stories from across the state and our regional areas under the Queensland banner, in addition to national news, world news, and sport.
Scrolling further down the page you can access the trending topics, which allow you to quickly find the stories on subjects that matter to you.
For a quick run down of our locally produced stories from the past week, simply click on the ‘News’ tab at the top of your screen, then click on the blue ‘Local News’ button.
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