Community meeting to explain changes at the Tenterfield Star

A meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 6 to explain the recent changes at the Tenterfield Star. 

To let the community know more about these changes and some exciting new online and multimedia platforms, Tenterfield residents are invited to an information session to be held at the Tenterfield Bowling Club, starting at 5.30pm. 

Despite shutting the office on Rouse Street to foot traffic, the Tenterfield Star is looking forward to covering local news as it has done for over a century.

The Tenterfield Star has been reporting the news to Tenterfield and beyond for 140 years. 

It has played a historic role in not only the Tenterfield Shire, but in the federation of Australia, with former owner J.F. Thomas, who defended Breaker Morant, using the paper to drive federation.

The Star celebrated its 140th year in 2010, and continues to report and entertain.

The print version of the Star has been, and will remain, a vital part of the newspaper while a fresh, digital approach means more content is being delivered than ever before. 

However, we are now available by appointment only.

Journalist Donna Ward and sales representative Adrienne Anderson, will continue to be around to report on your stories and promote your businesses. 

The team is now more mobile and can take the office with them.

For those who would like to make contact, Donna’s mobile number is 0437 312 572 or you can contact Adrienne on 0429 361 799.

Alternatively, residents can also drop in letters and/or information to PO Box 15.

For more information contact the Star's editor Laurie Bullock on 0447 914 624.