We are all probably spending more time on our tech devices in these days of coronavirus-inspired isolation. (There are only so many times you can walk round the backyard, after all.) But that doesn't mean our brains need to turn to mush.
Online puzzles are a way to fill in the time AND keep your brain active.
Through our website, readers have access to three of the most popular puzzles doing the rounds - crosswords, sudoku and trivia - available for free, 24/7 on your mobile, tablet or desktop computer.
Click here to access the puzzles landing page.
The puzzles are free for all readers, but while you're with us, you may want to consider a digital subscription, which gives you full access to our website, a digital version of each day's newspaper, the latest in local news and sport on hand at any time, breaking news alerts delivered by email, and special subscriber-only newsletters and offers.
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The puzzles, from renown Australian puzzle company Lovatts, are updated daily and pose challenges that run from easy to difficult.
Read more: How to become a digital puzzles expert
Most puzzles come with instructions (look for the "info" or "about" links) so, even if you're a newbie to the world of online puzzles, you should soon be comfortable navigating your way around the grids.
The classic crossword is considered of moderate difficulty, there are four skill levels to tackle each day in the sudoku section, while the trivia quiz comes with seven categories: General Knowledge, Dictionary, Entertainment, History, Food + Drink, Geography, Science + Nature. Each category contains 10 multiple-choice quiz questions.
You'll get your score at the end of each puzzle so you can see how you rate against others.
There's a direct click-through to the Puzzles page in the top left of our website (top right if you're reading on mobile). Or find the page under the Life & Style section.