Win $20,000 cash or $100 gift cards

What sort of difference would $20,000 make in your life?

If you're anything like us, probably a lot.

As a thank you for your support through what was a tough year, we're offering you the chance to be well rewarded for your commitment to local journalism as a valued subscriber.

In recent months, online readership and subscriptions have surged as local residents appreciate the value of being informed about what is happening in their region.

But let's cut to the chase.

Our latest competition is a cracker.

We're offering one subscriber the chance to win $20,000 in cash. Imagine what you could do with that.

There are also $100 gift cards to win - 20 of them.

So here's how to enter.

As hopefully you know already, your subscription to this site includes complimentary full digital access to The Courier-Mail, and access to exclusive member benefits with The Courier-Mail +Rewards.

If you have already activated your access to The Courier-Mail? Enter now for a chance to win here

Not yet activated your +Rewards membership? Go to this link to activate.


Kerri Moore, Warwick Daily News editor.
Kerri Moore, Warwick Daily News editor.















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You can also access all of our regional titles including the Gold Coast Bulletin, Cairns Post, Geelong Advertiser, Townsville Bulletin as well as neighbouring local titles in towns from Mackay to Warwick.

You can see our full list of titles here.


To activate your complimentary access to The Courier-Mail follow the steps below:

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This same login will also work on other News sites listed above.

Kerri Moore 
Warwick Daily News editor