To help even more people gain access to the Latrobe Valley Express, we have launched a new online flip book version, available at our website (pictured above), www.latrobevalleyexpress.com.au.
Simply access it through the ‘Digital Editions’ tab at the top on the website’s home page.
While The Express’ print issues may be looking a little trimmer and slimmer, we remain committed to bringing residents news from across the region, as we have been since the newspaper was established in 1965.
The Express is endeavouring to work hand in hand with our community to get through to the other side when the COVID-19 pandemic is over – and it will be.
For obvious reasons, The Express’ journalists are working from home as much as possible, so the best way to make an initial approach to the newsroom is via email or a Facebook message.
As always, we welcome input and suggestions from readers via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re also seeking those positive stories which are out there, even during these difficult times.
This might be a great initiative someone has put in place or even a photo of you with a home project on the go or the kids tending to the chickens on the farm.
We also urge people to support local business where they can, of course acting safely and observing social distancing guidelines and laws.
For advertising you can contact 5135 4444, classifieds 5135 4455 and editorial 5135 4429.
Please stay safe and heed the official health warnings.
We will be endeavouring to keep you all informed as much as possible as we face challenging times together.