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Chronicle seeks readers feedback on redesign

LIKE any successful business, The Chronicle is continually refining its product and the service it offers to readers and advertisers.

We are about to embark on a redesign of the paper and I want to ask readers to give us some feedback.

It will not be a major redesign but we will subtly change to look of the paper to make it more reader friendly.

I am offering readers the chance to give me some feedback on sections and stories they like; ideas for new sections, or any ideas on how we could improve our paper.

If there are sections or stories that you do not like, we want to hear about them as well.

After all, the Chronicle is your paper and your community voice and champion.

I welcome your comments.

Please go to our website thechronicle.com.au, click on this story and leave your comments there.

Topics:  chronicle, feedback, readers, toowoomba




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