The new Land website and digital subscriptions will be launched from Wednesday 27 April. | Earth
Earth launches a new and improved website.
On Wednesday, April 27, we’ll be unveiling our new website, which will feature easier navigation, faster loading speed for a better reading experience, and improved mobile viewing.
To coincide with the launch, we will also be introducing a digital subscription.
Subscription will unlock unlimited access to all stories on any device, allowing readers to see all of our rural property news, unparalleled national coverage of stud and livestock markets and the kind of information on which rural audiences matter to run their businesses.
It also includes a searchable directory of upcoming livestock, property and compensation sales and a digital version of our weekly newspaper, allowing iPad and tablet users to browse each page of each week’s newspaper and view articles as they appear in Earth printed edition.
At no extra cost and with just one login, your digital subscription also gives you unlimited access to all of our other agricultural websites and digital newspapers, including Queensland country life, North Queensland Register,Stock & Land, farm online, Inventory journal and The Farm Weekly.
Editor of Earth Andrew Norris said the introduction of digital subscription packages was an important step in the evolution of a mast that has served NSW farmers since 1911.
“Just as we see farmers constantly adapting to new challenges, regional and rural media must also evolve to meet changes in the way people consume information,” Norris said.
“As we invest in our digital news service and ask our online readers to support us as subscribers, our commitment to our popular print products will continue.
“The readers of Earth have always been willing to pay for their news through the cover price of our newspapers and I am confident that our online audience will see the benefits of subscribing to a digital subscription.”
Mr. Norris said he expects access to all of ACM’s agricultural journals across the country will be extremely popular with many readers.
“We know that farmers are interested in what happens on the other side of the fence and that also applies to what farmers and producers are doing in other parts of the country,” he said. he declares.
“This subscription will unlock Australia’s largest rural news and information offering – powered by over 60 agricultural journalists and analysts across the country.”
As a special introductory offer, subscribers will get the first month free to test unlimited access to all of our content.
Digital plans start from just $3.75 per week.
Readers can take advantage of the subscription offer via theland.com.au from 27 April.
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