Britain's most westerly weekly paper has launched an online edition for the first time in its history.
The Cornishman's new digital page turner is aimed at Cornish expats who live away but are still interested in keeping up with the news in their former community.
It is viewable on a PC, laptop or tablet device and contains the same mix of news, sport, entertainment, property, motors and classifieds as the paper.
One digital copy of The Cornishman will carry the same £1 cover price as the paper, with discounts for longer term subscriptions. For example readers who sign up to 24 weeks worth of subscription will only pay £20, receiving 4 weeks for free.
Editor Jacqui Walls said: "Cornwall has a huge diaspora, with more Cornish people living in Australia than currently live in the county itself.
"Taking this into account, plus the prohibitive cost of postage for some of our readers who live outside the area, encouraged us to start looking at ways in which we could get the paper to them.
"It launched just before Christmas and feedback has already been very positive with people living across the Tamar and abroad.