We know many of our readers like to use Facebook to keep up to date with our news content. The Examiner, like all news publishers in Australia, is banned from posting news links, videos or any form of content on our Facebook pages or groups.
Our journalists work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community and we wanted to make you aware of all the ways you can still access our trusted content.
The Examiner has compiled a list of ways to stay up to date online and ensure you continue to see local news as part of your daily routine.
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Keep a shortcut
While visiting The Examiner on your phone, tap the arrow in the middle of the bottom of your screen.
From there, you can scroll down and select 'Add to Home Screen' to create a shortcut to the news on your phone.
The Examiner can send news straight to your email address. To subscribe, head to our website and submit your details to choose from our breaking news, daily morning and afternoon wraps, sport, events and even puzzle categories to get updates each day.
While Facebook is no longer an option, The Examiner will continue to share news on Twitter and Instagram. Follow us there at @examineronline.
This month, The Examiner also joined local and national news organisations in partnering with Google for the newly launched Google News Showcase.
Download the Google News app to start following news organisations relevant to you and get twice-daily briefings on the biggest stories from The Examiner newsroom.
Stay in touch
For questions and news tips, we're still just an email or phone call away. Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us on 03 6336 7111 during business hours. You can also send us a letter to the editor through our website.