The Goulburn Post is looking to the future with the expectations of our readers in mind.
To achieve this forward-thinking goal our editorial team is keen to find out more from our loyal supporters and the community at large about what they want to read.
While the Post has been sharing the stories of this community for more than 150 years we recognise that things change, interests change and the issues that matter most to our readers can also change.
We want to make sure we focus our attentions on what our readers want now so that we can be around for another 150-plus years.
With this in mind we are inviting readers to let us know where they believe we should direct our storytelling attention moving forward.
We have listed a few questions below but other feedback is also welcome.
What topics would you like to see more coverage of with stories and/or photos?
What issues do you believe will be most important to the wellbeing of the community over the next 12 months?
Do you have a specific story suggestion - maybe a profile piece on someone - that you would like us to cover?
And while we are seeking reader feedback:
What stories do our long-time readers enjoy most among those already on offer?
While we are looking to the future we also want to assure that those ever-popular and informative stories will continue to be delivered, including Covid-related information, our ongoing focus on the race to the regions, court and crime stories, council, sport, community news and 'meet the locals' (those stories that enable us all to become more familiar with the people in our community).
Ultimately we want to continue a tradition of being a connective part of the community. That means sharing the stories and meeting the expectations of those who live here.
You can pass on your feedback by replying to this email or send me a message at firstname.lastname@example.org
Keen to hear your thoughts,
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