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Free Inverness Courier newsletter that’s like a 'mini newspaper' goes daily

By Andrew Dixon

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The Briefing can be read on your mobile phone. Picture: James Mackenzie
The Briefing can be read on your mobile phone. Picture: James Mackenzie

Inverness residents can now enjoy a daily round-up of the news directly to their inboxes absolutely free.

Following the successful roll out of The Briefing by The Inverness Courier, we are increasing the frequency from four to seven days per week.

Each morning at 7am subscribers will receive an email with a personal introduction from one of our journalists, often giving context or personal insight to the day's top story, followed by a round up of the headline news and important events.

You can expect to find a brief summary of each story, allowing you to digest the latest news, entertainment and sport, as well as stunning photography of the local area.

Highland News & Media's head of content and audience Sarah Fyfe said: “We initially tested The Briefing with our readers and had overwhelmingly positive feedback. As you can read a snapshot of the news without ever leaving the newsletter environment and clicking through to the website, it's like a mini-newspaper delivered directly to your inbox.

"With a bite size round-up of the top stories, as well as a personal introduction from the journalist with the lead story, it adds colour and context to what’s happening in our city.

“I’m pleased to be able to offer The Briefing directly to inboxes at 7am every day."

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