The Woking Review and Woking News & Mail weekly newspapers will later today launch a new website serving the towns of Woking, Chobham, Byfleet and Addlestone in the south of England.
The two remaining regional papers owned by Guardian Media Group will use woking.co.uk to break stories each day from their ten-strong editorial team.
“The News & Mail and Review have been lacking a strong web presence since a major shake-up in regional media in Surrey in April,” said editor Colin Parker.
“Now the town and its surrounding villages and urban areas will have their own dedicated site through which they can access all the latest Woking news, sport, and entertainment as well as larger breaking news from across the county of Surrey.
“This is an exciting development for the News & Mail Review and cements their place in the community as the best for news, sport, entertainment and business.”
He added: “Figures have shown that Woking residents are among the most web friendly and are also the most keen to comment on stories that affect them.
“We are sure readers will find plenty on woking.co.uk to supplement our two newspapers.”
According to the most recent figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations, the paid-for News & Mail had an average weekly sale of 6,263 during the first half of the year.