VIDEO: North Island Gazette launches new website

We’ve got some exciting changes to share with you about our new, mobile-friendly website

The North Island Gazette launched a new website on Friday morning. In addition to its user-friendly design, the site features a collection of our best and most popular stories from around the North Island and the rest of Vancouver Island, has easy to navigate menu bars and video.

You can access everything by scrolling down the homepage, or in a drop-down menu at the top left of the website. Obituaries and classifieds can be found on the top menu bar, as well as a “contact us” and “news tips” functions. You can easily attach press releases, photos and letters to send to our editor, and even send us news tips from things you see in the community.

The new website and its content management system allow us to post breaking news faster and easier than ever before. It keeps you connected to Black Press, B.C.’s largest comunity media organization, and news around the province.

We’re quite proud of our new site: why not check it out at www.northislandgazette.com.

— Gazette Staff

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