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While this terrible virus has seen the closure of some clubs and libraries where you may have previously picked up a printed copy, Seniors News is pleased to advise our valued readers you don't have to miss out on your monthly dose of good reading.
All you have to do is turn on your computer, go to the www.seniorsnews.com.au website, look along the menu bar towards the top of the page and you will see DIGITAL EDITION.
Click on that link and you will find a selection of our eight editions from which to choose.
Additionally, www.seniorsnews.com.au is providing a constantly updating selection of national and international stories to keep you in touch with the latest news in our fast-changing world.
We are proud to say that as we continue to carefully provide informative and authoritative news, more and more people are turning to us as their trusted news source - in fact our online audience has doubled this year.
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We're all going through this difficult time together - so we invite you to stay in touch with your local communities by reading your local seniors-specific news in the online version of our print edition.
Join the conversation on Facebook and share your ideas and pictures on how to best get through this period and in return we promise to continue to provide up-to-date, informative and relevant news - whatever the circumstances.