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How you can access HerCanberra’s content now Facebook has blocked it?

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As you’ve likely heard, Facebook has banned Australians from sharing news content on its platform—even HerCanberra’s locally-focused independently-written and free articles.

We’re devastated, as this means we won’t be able to reach as many of you as we’d like to share stories about what’s happening in your community.

Luckily, there are still plenty of ways to access our content outside of Facebook.

SIGN UP TO OUR DAILY NEWSLETTER

Did you know HerCanberra sends out a daily newsletter at midday? It’s the easiest way to access our content and has all the day’s articles—and it looks gorgeous!

Sign up by heading to our homepage and scrolling to the bottom to sign up.

INSTAGRAM

As well as our gorgeous images, at the top of our Instagram, you’ll see our Linktree link, which is updated every weekday morning with links to fresh content on our website.

We’ll also be sharing content daily on Instagram stories with a swipe-up link to read.

@hercanberra

TWITTER

Follow us @hercanberra on Twitter, where we’ll be sharing articles throughout the week.

HERCANBERRA CLICK AND CONNECT

HerCanberra Click + Connect is a private community Facebook group for HerCanberra readers. Join here: bit.ly/3dlTeC7

GOOGLE NEWS

Just search HerCanberra and open the ‘News’ tab

It’s a tough time for community-based publishers, and we’re asking for your support to help us make it through.

We want to keep bringing Canberrans stories about their city and its amazing people, and we thank you for all your support—then, now, and into the future. Our hearts are with this city’s wonderful independent publishers.

We love you, Canberra.

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