Informer website now live

Natalee McCosker caught up with Charlie Mains (and another Tenterfield local) at the Visitor Information Centre to celebrate her win of a $100 voucher to spend with any advertising business. The Free Listing form submitted by Charlie and husband Ian was drawn from 200 entries.
Natalee McCosker caught up with Charlie Mains (and another Tenterfield local) at the Visitor Information Centre to celebrate her win of a $100 voucher to spend with any advertising business. The Free Listing form submitted by Charlie and husband Ian was drawn from 200 entries.

As 4500 copies of the new Federation Informer drop into letter boxes throughout the shire this week, the matching website has also gone live.

Check out www.federationinformer.com.au for an electronic 'flip book' version of the physical book, along with advertising businesses; community listings; town, district and community maps featuring food and dining businesses and attraction places of interest; a Tenterfield Shire waste and recycling collection calendar and a couuncil feature page.

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More free copies of the phone book will be available throughout the year at Sullivan's Newsagency, Wilshire & Co., Drake Post Office & Resource Centre, Tenterfield, Deepwater and Urbenville Post Offices, Wallangarra General Store, Visitors Information Centre and all real estate agents.

Publisher Natalee McCosker thanked all those who contributed to the first edition of the Federation Informer, and said she welcomes any suggestions for future editions, which will be accommodated if at all possible.

"Feel free to give copies to visiting friends and family so they know what the Tenterfield Shire and its community and businesses have to offer," Mrs McCosker said.

Copies will be made available to visitors and locals in newsagents and other outlets in neighbouring towns of Stanthorpe and Glen Innes.