For 115 years, The Border Mail has proudly stood side-by-side with our community.
We’ve been there for the Border and North East region’s successes. We have mourned our losses and tragedies. We have shared your stories and championed the causes that matter – the big and the small.
As much as things have changed since 1903, much remains the same. Today we continue to provide the quality local journalism you trust and the essential community information that keeps you connected.
We take this role very seriously, because it’s our community too. We live and work here and our kids go to school here. In short, we want what’s best for our region.
The Border Mail plays an important role in bringing the Border and North East together, and giving our residents a voice. And we want to remain a vibrant part of our shared future.
Like newspapers all over the world, we have adapted to the changing way people want to consume news and information. As our audience increasingly reads our local journalism on their smartphones and laptops, we need to make sure we can continue to deliver the coverage our community expects and deserves.
Your subscription gives you full access to all the local news, sport and opinion published by The Border Mail, as well as your favourite community information and the latest national news and sport, plus lifestyle, health and travel advice. Subscribers will also get access to a digital replica of each day’s edition of The Border Mail so they can read every page of the printed newspaper on their tablet or desktop. And there’s also the option to get regular news updates, including breaking-news alerts, by email.
All for only $3.75 a week.
Some content at bordermail.com.au will remain open to all website visitors, including classified advertisements, such as birth and funeral notices, and our recommended articles featuring local businesses. Visitors can also sign up to have a daily newsletter emailed to their inbox, making it easier to browse the latest headlines and see what’s making news across the Border and North East.
By subscribing for full online access, you will be supporting The Border Mail to continue its mission to deliver the local journalism that keeps our community informed, entertained and connected.
You can sign up to pay monthly and get the first 30 days free. Or you can pay for an annual subscription, get 20 per cent off plus the first month free. Visit bordermail.com.au for more details.
On behalf of advertising sales manager Chris Clarke and our dedicated sales team and journalists, thank you, our loyal audience and advertisers, for your continuing support for The Border Mail – both online and in print.
Editor, The Border Mail