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The Chronicle limps online, via Facebook

By johnboy 30 July 2010 24

Facebook screenshot of the chronicle

The Chronicle is many things:

    — The largest circulation publication in Canberra
    — The best way to identify rented houses by uncollected Chronicles killing the lawn
    — The only news outlet that cares about Community Council meetings
    — A community lifeline for the elderly

I’m sure there are others.

But the Canberra Times stable mate has never managed to get online, until now.

Now, like an angry teenager with an axe to grind the Chronicle, with its teams of journalists and editors, has a Facebook page where they can put up their stories.

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John Moulis 11:48 am 31 Jul 10

The Chronicle isn’t all bad. In 1994 they printed several articles I wrote and submitted by mail (no email submitting back then). They stopped printing them after a new editor took over. And no, I didn’t get paid.

Ryan 11:27 am 31 Jul 10

Jazz said :

Fiona said :

The deliverers in our area seem to obey the no junk mail writing on our letter box.

you get yours delivered to the mailbox? wow.. mine always lands somewhere near my driveway..

Ditto. The delivery kid in my area gets mummy to drive him around as he tosses them out the rear passenger side window.

cleo 2:27 am 31 Jul 10

I like getting my Chronicle, and always put in my mail box, BUT I wish they had more gossip, I suppose it’s good for a tv guide, so what are you whinging for? It’s free!

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