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Australia Newspapers
CIA Factbook on Australia

  • Advertiser -- Adelaide, South Australia -- The Advertiser is published each morning Monday to Saturday. This tabloid is read by over 580,000 people Monday to Friday and more than 740,000 each Saturday. Monday to Saturday, a week of features includes Money, Life, 7 Days TV, Employment, Food and Wine, Motoring, The Guide, Out and About, the Saturday Magazine, Real Estate and Employment. The Sunday Mail is the highest reaching of any media vehicle in South Australia. In fact, the Sunday Mail is the highest reaching per capita of any Sunday publication in the nation. Every Sunday, more than 340,000 people buy a copy. And it's read by over 800,000 people. Updated daily.
     
  • Advocate -- Burnie, Tasmania -- Updated daily.

  • Age -- Melbourne, Victoria -- Located in the south-east corner of Australia, Melbourne is the nation's second-biggest city. The Age employs a team of online reporters to break local and national news stories through the day, along with video and audio media. It is part of the f2 network, representing Australia's John Fairfax publishing group. For sports fans, The Age online also publishes the national sports site SportsToday, the cricket site The Pavilion and RealFooty for Australian Rules fans.

     
  • Alice Springs News -- Alice Springs, Northern Territory -- The Alice Springs News is the largest independent newspaper in the Northern Territory of Australia. The News appears each Wednesday in Alice Springs, with a circulation of 11,400. Updated daily.
     
  • Australia Financial Review -- Sydney, New South Wales -- The Australian Financial Review is Australia’s pre-eminent business, finance and technology publication. It provides a daily analysis of the latest news from the Banking, Finance and Information Technology sector, and breaking news from the business sector and the political arena. The Australia Financial Review is divided into free and premium content sections. Circulation is 90,000 for weekday edition and 92,500 for weekend edition stated in March 2002 audit. Updated daily.
     
  • Australian -- Sydney, New South Wales -- The Australian covers news throughout Australia working from bureaus from Hobart to Cairns and printing presses from Perth to Townsville. The idea that a single newspaper could appeal to all Australians and serve the whole nation, not just one city, was boldly spelled out when Rupert Murdoch decided that the first newspaper launch of his career would be a vigorous national daily for a young and vast country. Choosing the national capital as the first headquarters of The Australian, Murdoch unveiled the newspaper on July 15, 1964 with a front-page promise to deliver "the impartial information and the independent thinking that are essential to the further advance of our country." The Australian is now headquartered in Sydney. Updated daily.
     
  • Bendigo Advertiser -- Bendigo, Victoria -- Updated daily.
     
  • Braidwood Community Newsletter -- Braidwood, New South Wales -- A community newsletter pertaining to events in Braidwood, a small rural community near the capital city, and commentary on local, national and international affairs. Updated monthly.
     
  • Canberra Times -- Canberra, Australian Capital Territory (ACT) -- The paper was founded in 1926. Its motto 'To serve the national city and through it the nation' reflects on the importance its original owners placed on serving the needs of what was then a town focused around Federal Parliament. The focus of the newspaper is still to serve the needs of its community which directly reflects in the appeal of the newspaper as Canberra's primary source of news, views and advertising information. This important mix of local, national and international coverage seven days-a-week is not fully available from any other source. The Canberra Times is read by 124,000 people Monday to Friday, 184,000 people on Saturday and 112,000 people on Sunday. Updated daily.
     
  • Community News -- Niddrie, Victoria -- Updated daily.
     
  • Courier -- Ballarat, Victoria -- Updated daily.
     
  • Courier Mail -- Brisbane, Queensland -- The Courier-Mail is Queensland's largest newspaper and second largest in Australia, has been published for almost 70 years. The Courier Mail is the prime news and information-gathering force in Queensland and has a well-won reputation for breaking big news stories. The Courier Mail was recognised at the recent Queensland Media Awards where it won seven categories of the competition including a Walkley Award for breaking the best sports story of last year. Updated daily.
     
  • Euroa Gazette -- Euroa, Victoria -- General information only.
     
  • Geelong Advertiser -- Geelong, Victoria -- Updated daily.
     
  • Gold Coast Bulletin -- Molendinar, Queensland -- Updated daily.
     
  • Greenough River Gazette -- South Greenough, Western Australia -- Updated monthly.
     
  • Herald Sun -- Mebourne, Victoria -- The Herald Sun was established in 1990 as an amalgam of the afternoon daily, The Herald, and the morning daily, The Sun News-Pictorial. It sells more than 550,000 copies a day, reaching 1.5 million readers. In February 2001 it launched MX, a free daily newspaper for Melbourne rail commuters and CBD workers. The company also prints the Victoria and Tasmania editions of the national daily, The Australian, and the Sunday Telegraph.Updated daily.
     
  • Illawarra Mercury -- Wollogong, New South Wales -- Updated daily.

  • International Business Times -- Sydney, New South Wales -- The International Business Times (Australia) is an online publication that strives to product essential financial news from all the world's markets through its extended editorial network and to transmits them instantly to our audience in Australia and other countries. Update daily.
     
  • Kilmore Free Press -- Kilmore, Victoria -- General information only.
     
  • Kimberly Echo -- Kununurra, Western Australia -- Updated periodically.
     
  • Mary Valley Voice -- Kenilworth, Queensland -- Updated periodically.
     
  • Mercury -- Hobart, Tasmania -- The Mercury is Tasmania's largest circulating daily newspaper. Based in the largest population centre, Hobart, The Mercury reaches 68% of Hobart (134,000 readership) and the southern region through the week and a massive 82% on Saturdays (164,000 readership). Updated daily.
     
  • Myrtleford Times / Alpine Observer -- Bright, Victoria -- Updated daily.
     
  • Newcastle Herald -- Newcastle, New South Wales -- Information only, no news.
     
  • News.com.au -- Content from several Australia Newspapers -- News Interactive is the third largest online publisher in Australia and is the new media division of News Limited, Australia's largest media company. With a wide rearch, News.com.au also publishes some of the Australia's leading websites; NEWS.com.au, CareerOne, AustralianIT and RealEstate.com.au. News Interative also operate websites for News Limited's major metropolitan newspapers, including The Australian, The Daily Telegraph, The Courier-Mail, Herald Sun, The Advertiser and more.
     
  • North Queensland Register -- Townsville, Queensland -- Updated weekly.
     
  • Northern Rivers Echo -- Lismore, New South Wales -- Updated daily.
     
  • Queensland Independent -- Brisbane, Queensland -- The Queensland Independent is a community newspaper produced by staff and students of the School of Journalism and Communication at the University of Queensland.Updated monthly.
     
  • Shoalhaven Independent -- Nowra, NSW -- Updated weekly.
     
  • Sunday Mail -- Brisbane, Queensland -- The Sunday Mail is Queensland's number one selling and read newspaper and the second-biggest selling newspaper in Australia with a readership in excess of 1,450,000. The Sunday Mail covers a vast state, a wide range of readers and the fastest growing economy in the country, the newspaper has seven editions with content specifically written for them. Updated weekly.
     
  • Sunday Tasmanian -- Hobart, Tasmania -- Updated weekly.
     
  • Sunday Telegraph -- Sydney, New South Wales -- The Sunday Telegraph is the biggest-selling and brightest newpaper in Australia - bought by more than 719,000 people every week and enjoyed by more than 2 million readers. With a total readership of almost 3.5 million people the Sunday Magazine is Australia's best read magazine. The colour magazine features interviews with the world's biggest celebrities and fascinating insights into people, places and issues.
     
  • Sunday Times -- Perth, Western Australia -- Updated weekly.

  • Sydney Morning Herald -- Sydney, New South Wales -- The Sydney Morning Herald is Australia’s most prestigious daily newspaper. The Sydney Morning Herald's internet edition, smh.com.au, is published and updated daily. The main content - drawn from The Sydney Morning Herald print edition - goes live between 1am and 2am daily. It is updated throughout the day as news breaks. Sports fans should check out both Rugby Heaven (brought to your by the Sidney Morning Herald, The New Zealand Herald and Independent Online-SA ).
     
  • Townsville Bulletin -- Townsville, Queensland -- Known as the capital of North Queensland, Townsville boasts 180,000 people and is located right on the Great Barrier Reef. The city also houses Australia's largest army barracks and one of the world's leading marine research institutions as well as rugby league, men's basketball and women's basketball teams in our top-tier national competitions. As a result national-standard news is generated and covered at a local level on a daily basis.
     
  • Warrandyte Diary -- Warrandyte, Victoria -- Updated monthly.
     
  • Warrnambool Standard -- Warrnambool, Victoria -- Updated daily.
     
  • Westender --  Brisbane, Queensland --Known as Brisbane's Urban Voice, the Westender is an independent publication that focuses on happenings in inner, urban Brisbane. The Westender covers local politics and news, the Brisbane small business community, community organisations, the development & real estate scene, the thriving creative arts and entertainment happenings.
     
  • Whitsunday Times -- Airlie Beach, Queensland -- Updated daily.
 

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