Putting the wow into the web

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FROM booking holidays, to checking our bank statement, it seems nowadays we spend more time online than ever before.

For those of you who are internet savvy, have you thought about interacting with the Cumbernauld News and Kilsyth Chronicle online?

The website – www.cumbernauld-news.co.uk or www.kilsythchronicle.co.uk – not only features the stories in our weekly newspapers but is the best destination for breaking news in the area.

Readers who visit our website will also have the opportunity to share their view on any stories we have covered, so if you have something to get off your chest, get clicking,

Linked with our popular websites is our Twitter and Facebook pages where readers can keep up to date with everything that goes on our website as it is published.

Readers who like our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter will also get access to web only exclusive competitions.

Our Facebook page - search for “Cumbernauld News” or “Kilsyth Chronicle” to find us - is one of the easiest ways to contact us, or chat with your fellow readers.

You can let us know about any events that are happening, give us your news or simply leave us a message on what you think about the newspapers.

You can also follow us on Twitter @NewsandChron, and tweet us your news and views.

Our editor Jackie Mitchell tweets regularly under @NewsandChronEd as does our Kilsyth reporter Stacey Mullen under @NewsandChron_SM.

So wherever you are in the world, whatever time it is, if you want to get in touch with us, you can by getting interactive online.

What’s your view? Email our newsdesk or call 01236 725578.