InDaily is making some changes

It’s been a headspinning couple of years for everyone interested in the news, including readers and journalists. In this context, we’ve been thinking for some time about the way we deliver the news to you – and we’ve decided to make some changes.

The frenetic pace of the pandemic – the policy changes, media conferences and evolving public health advice – was reflected in our journalism. We tailored our coverage to this new world, providing breaking news as it happened and in subscriber emails at either end of the day, in addition to our established daily bulletin at 12.30.

Now, we see a need for deeper and broader coverage of what’s important to our community. Our focus will be on quality. Our Express products – delivered at 8am and 4pm on weekdays – will cease from next week, but we will still deliver the breaking news that’s most important to you.

From Monday, February 6, 2023, check our site throughout the morning for updates: it’s free to access by visiting or make it your homepage.

At 12.30pm each working day we will email our daily bulletin with all of the news from the InDaily newsroom, including exclusive news reports, breaking stories, deeper analysis and special features.

In the mornings and later in the afternoon we will only send news alerts to your inbox when there is a breaking story we think you need to know about.

Our very popular quiz, published in the 4pm email, will be found from Monday in the 12.30 edition.

We will continue to send subscribers our specialty emails throughout the week, covering business, the arts, food and wine, and regional news, to name a few. If you’re not a subscriber, you can sign up to our free, independent service using the box above, or here.

Our mission remains to keep you informed in a respectful, trusted manner with local news throughout the day. Thanks for reading and supporting independent news in South Australia.

David Washington

Editorial Director

Local News Matters
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