FREE: How to best receive Dalby news in wake of Facebook ban
As Facebook's blanket ban on Australian news rocks the social media world, it's never been more important than ever to turn to a trusted news source.
The Dalby Herald has compiled an easy online guide on how our subscribers can access the latest stories from our team in the Western Downs.
Make sure your bookmark our homepage www.dalbyherald.com.au as our digital team is constantly curating every part of our site, to make sure you find the news you need as soon as possible.
As you scroll down the page you can access different categories of stories, which include local news from Dalby, coronavirus news, regional news from Toowoomba, Chinchilla, Warwick, Roma, Queensland news, and more.
You can also access Australia-wide network news as it breaks along the right-hand side of the site.
If you haven't already subscribed to our newsletter alerts, there's never been a better time to do so.
Subscribers can sign up to receive these alerts by heading to www.dalbyherald.com.au/my-account/and clicking the newsletter button on the left-hand side.
Make sure you check the 'Local News' and 'Breaking News' boxes to receive newsletters every Tuesday and Friday, as well as news alerts about our local stories as it happens.
Breaking news alerts deliver the latest breaking news in and around the Western Downs as it happens.
You can also follow the Dalby Herald on Instagram under the moniker @dalbyherald.
If you aren't a subscriber to the Dalby Herald, there's never been a better time to sign up and support a trusted news source.
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