From the editor: no TV guide a sign of the times


Here in the office, we have received countless calls and emails about the current absence of the TV Guide from our magazine.

While it has been a highly popular section over the past five years, the guide has regrettably been withdrawn until the economy is fully reopened.

I trust you – our valued readers – understand that this decision has not been taken lightly and hope you continue to stick with us as we navigate our way through the COVID-19 crisis.

Staying on topic, this week’s cover feature students from St Paul’s Catholic College, Booragul, who joined thousands of fellow pupils across the state in returning to school on Monday as part of an easing of restrictions put in place to contain the coronavirus.

Further changes will also be implemented tomorrow (Friday 15 May) in a sign that things are slowly returning to some semblance of normality. You’ll find more about these changes on page 12.

This week’s edition also includes coverage of The Salvation Army’s digital door knock appeal, a surprise discovery of a quaint cobblestone road in Argenton, and a grant to support Centre for Hope’s valuable work with youth in Windale.