Big changes to your QT

YOUR Queensland Times is going through some major changes - and there's much more to come.

Today we have our new comprehensive eight-page weekend form guide and tomorrow we will launch our new 20-page Weekend Magazine.

This new sophisticated magazine is full of engaging lifestyle content to make it a great weekend read for you.

Lorna Jane talks on success and happiness, we help you get relaxed and busy in the garden or kitchen, we'll take you on a cruise to Alaska and we review the latest movies, books, CDs and DVDs.

And next week, things get even better, with a fresh selection of regular features every day.

On Monday, see what's trending in the digital realm with Web World, and check the latest in Gadgets and Gaming .

On Tuesday, enjoy our improved Family Life feature - whether you're a stay-at-home mum or dad, or coping with teenagers, or adjusting to an empty nest. Also on Tuesday, dream up your next break with Explore, a mid-week dose of escapism and tempting holiday ideas.

On Wednesday, Easy Eating is back. Good food, plain and simple. Thursday's Healthy Living spread brings you an all-encompassing approach to keeping well.

And of course your Thursday TV guide still covers every free-to-air program, a wide offering of Pay TV listings, plus juicy gossip and behind-the-scenes titbits.

On Friday, use Getting Out to plan your weekend, with the best advice and information about the outdoor activities near you.

Next Saturday, look for our revamped Real Estate section, now in partnership with Australia's biggest property website.

We have been busy looking at how we can improve your paper and I am keen to get your feedback.

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