Newspapers are designed to inform and entertain (we also do great giveaways, scroll down to enter the Roald Dahl competition)
It's the latter that can sometimes be dismissed by a reader as not "real news" or newsrooms can forget that important aspect of storytelling.
This why I love the relatively new regional newsletter - the Voice of Real Australia.
If you haven't signed up to receive this gem, you are missing out on a laugh and some informative articles from across our great nation.
The Examiner's journalist Rob Inglis was responsible for the email on Friday where he highlighted the power of the meme. Have a read here.
But what I really enjoyed was Rob's account of federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg's time in Launceston this week.
Readers often don't get an insight to what happens before or after a press conference - something Rob offers in his piece.
I hope you sign up and enjoy the entertaining and informative news.
Win win win
The Examiner has two family passes - valued at $130 - to giveaway to Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes & Dirty Beasts.
The show will be held at the Princess Theatre on Tuesday, August 27 at 6.30pm.
The family pass is for two adults, two children or one adult, three children.