Crossword and puzzle-loving Canberrans now have double the opportunity to tease their brains at canberratimes.com.au.
Due to popular demand, a daily cryptic crossword has been added to the range of puzzles available to premium digital subscribers.
And extending the fun further, subscribers will also be able to tackle a brand new word search and code cracker puzzle each day in a doubling of interactive puzzles on offer.
The three new puzzles join the existing crossword, sudoku and quiz offered since launch of premium subscriptions. These puzzles are all available via the link next to the masthead on the homepage.
The puzzles have proved hugely popular to premium subscribers, who also have access to a digital replica of each day's newspaper, including its own puzzles page to snip and print at home.
Premium subscribers also enjoy access to exclusive events, competitions and offers.
Ideal for travelers and iPad users, the digital version of The Canberra Times allows readers to flip through every page of each day's newspaper and view the articles as they appear in the printed version.
The premium package costs $5.50 a week if you pay monthly, or $4.40 a week if you sign up for an annual subscription. Premium subscribers can save more with a two-year package, which costs only $3.85 a week - a saving of 30 per cent.
A basic subscription offers unlimited articles at canberratimes.com.au on any device, and costs $3.75 a week if you pay monthly, or $3 a week if you sign up to pay annually.
Non-subscribers visiting the website will see a meter displayed at the bottom of the article they are reading.
The meter will show the number of articles they have read in the past month.
After reading five articles in a month, the next article opened invites the user to subscribe for access to unlimited articles.