Murray Bridge News subscription price increase
Your support for this independent local news service helps us tell thousands of important local stories; and connect, empower and uplift local people.
Thanks for your ongoing support of Murray Bridge News. With your help, we’ve been able to tell thousands of important local stories over the past three years, from rolling updates on the summer’s floods to coverage of local events, council decisions, the housing crisis and much more. However, all that time and effort has a financial cost.
From today, we’re increasing the price of a paid subscription by $1 per month for annual subscribers and $1.50 per month for monthly subscribers. (Our email edition and many of our stories will still be free to read.)
For annual subscribers, this is the first time the cost of a subscription has gone up since we launched in 2020. And at $72 per year or $7 per month, Murray Bridge News remains much more affordable than its local or metropolitan competitors.
No action is required on your part – your subscription will automatically renew on its expiry date. To check your account details, visit www.murraybridge.news/account.
Continuing your subscription will not only give you access to exclusive local stories; it will help us with our mission to connect, empower and uplift people in our community. So thanks again for your support. It means a lot.