READERS of the Blayney Chronicle who access their news online will notice the newspaper's website has undergone a major transformation.
Today is the first day the website will have been uploaded using a new content management system which means readers can expect more access to photographs, larger fonts, a clearer space to read from and more multimedia.
The site is easier to navigate and more user-friendly so readers can easily move around the many varieties of Fairfax Media's online experience, including the new ConnectPink social media site designed especially for country women.
The new website includes modifications that fit desktop computers, mobile and tablet screens - for easy reading and interaction.
Blayney Chronicle manager Lynne Hand said the new site acts as a one-stop news shop for Chronicle readers locally, across the country and around the world.
"It's stacked full of local news, contributed reports from community organisations, sports highlights, letters to the editor, life and style features, opinion, national and international news, entertainment and travel stories just to name a few," she said.
"There's also more ways for people to comment on stories and engage with other readers.
"With a strong Facebook presence, the development of ConnectPink and now this modern new website - the Chronicle is well and truly embracing the digital age and staying connected with readers as the way they access news evolves."
The Blayney Chronicle website is one of a number under the Fairfax Media banner to get the new look.