You can still grab your Dalby news in print! Here’s how …

MORE than ever before readers can stay informed and up-to-date with the local, regional, state and national news that matters to them - all in the one place online.

As a subscriber to the Dalby Herald website, readers can access breaking news as it happens, read first about the new businesses and developments in their region, stay abreast with every case that goes through local courts, learn about the characters in their towns and so much more for $1 a week for the first 12 weeks.

Not only do you get to access the best in hyper-local news stories every day and the choice to have specific topics emailed to your inbox, but the ability to explore an archive of older news stories from throughout the years.

YOUR LOCAL NEWS STILL IN PRINT:

But there are readers out there who still want their stories delivered in the pages of a newspaper.

In good news for those living in Dalby and surrounds - you can still read the biggest stories coming out of the region every Friday in the pages of the Toowoomba Chronicle.

The Chronicle now features a Dalby Herald section dedicated to the stories produced by the locally based Dalby Herald team in every Friday edition.

Add our region's stories to a newspaper that carries the best of State, National, International, Finance and Sport coverage, and I'm convinced you'll still enjoy the experience.

Copies of The Chronicle can be found in your local newsagency.


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