New sections to add more value to Northern Star

WE have asked, we have listened and now the Northern Star has reacted.

From next week the pages of your paper will feature more content surrounding the key subjects you have identified as essential reading for your busy lives.

While local news will continue to be our bread and butter and campaigns for a better community will always be first and foremost, we will now deliver to you more on such things as food, travel, lifestyle and gardening.

Our new weekly menu will see a four page technology section on a Monday showcasing such things as the latest in new apps, games and what's grabbing everyone's attention on the web.

Come Tuesday we travel throughout Queensland and Northern NSW discovering our hidden travel gems.

Our drive holiday features will be backed up on Saturday with two pages of news on the best travel deals and the inside stories on great travel destinations.

The family also matters on a Tuesday as we probe into what makes households tick and how to put a smile on the face of everyone, even the 15 year old son who hasn't spoken for the last two months.

We know that you are more interested now than ever in food and wine and our Easy Eating section will be expanded to a four page meal planner style section each Wednesday and a celebrity chef page on Saturday.

Healthy Living will be delivered to you on Wednesday; you can go smarter shopping on Thursday, get out and about with boating, fishing, caravan and camping tips on Friday and then sit back and enjoy the big Weekend read on Saturday.

From movie and book reviews to the stars and crosswords you'll need to have at least a second cuppa to get through our new expanded Weekend section.

Our new pages follow on from a major survey undertaken by the Northern Star to establish how we could improve our paper so it continues to be an essential part of your day and your life.

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