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Newspaper The Sunday Times read in English

Western Australia, Perth ·English ·Newspaper ·Weekend ·General ·Conservative
Founded in Perth at the height of the gold rush of the 1890s, the newspaper is a weekly on the West coast of Australia and has become the region's most important source of information. Since the 1950s, it has been owned by Rupert Murdoch. One of the most profitable newspapers in Australia.

Newspaper The Courier-Mail read in English

Queensland, Brisbane ·English ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·Right
Newspaper of the Australian city of Brisbane and the entire state of Queensland. The fourth most popular newspaper in Australia. Its monthly readership is 3 million readers. The newspaper traditionally supports the Australian Labor Party.

Newspaper The West Australian read in English

Western Australia, Perth ·English ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·Centre-right
The second oldest newspaper in Australia and only daily newspaper of the city of Perth, the state capital of Western Australia. It ranks fourth in the top of the most widely circulated Australian newspapers. Adheres to conservative views.

Newspaper The Advertiser read in English

South Australia, Adelaide ·English ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General
The main newspaper of the Australian state of South Australia and the city of Adelaide, has been controlled by Keith Murdoch since 1950. The newspaper is also available in New South Wales and the Northern Territories, Broken Hill, Mildura and Alice Springs.

Newspaper The Saturday Paper read in English

Carlton, Melbourne ·English ·Newspaper ·Weekly ·General
A weekly Australian newspaper in English, it analyzes various national and regional events from the world of politics, economics, sports, culture, art, and society. It was launched in 2014 in print, digital (for mobile users and tablet owners), and digital (website) formats.

Newspaper The Australian read in English

New South Wales, Sydney, Surry Hills ·English ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·Centre-right
Australia's leading national daily newspaper, a true Australian news brand. The publication offers readers a detailed overview of all the main events of the continent with author's notes. Winner of the «Walkley Awards» for independent journalism.

Newspaper The Age read in English

Victoria, Melbourne ·English ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·Centre-left
One of the central newspapers of the Australian state of Victoria, published daily in Melbourne in English, distributed throughout South Australia. The slogan of the newspaper «Independent. Always».

Newspaper The Australian Financial Review read in English

New South Wales, Sydney ·English ·Newspaper ·Daily ·Business, finance, money ·None
The main business and financial newspaper of Australia, a characteristic authoritative representative of the economic and trade liberalism of the entire Australian continent, is published in English. The newspaper's editorial staff also organizes various events, meetings, conferences, compiles annual ratings (the most popular list, top 100).

Newspaper Northern Territory News read in English

Northern Territories, Darwin ·English ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General
Regional Australian newspaper of the Northern Territories subject of the Federation, as well as a publication of the city of Darwin, winner of the «Walkley Award». Originally conceived as a political publication, it gradually became completely independent.

Newspaper The Mercury read in English

Tasmania, Hobart ·English ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General
Regional daily newspaper of Hobart, the financial and administrative center of the Australian state of Tasmania, as well as the entire south-eastern region of the Australian continent. She is known by the nickname «The Voice of Tasmania».

Magazine Adelaide Review read in English

South Australia, Adelaide ·English ·Magazine ·Monthly ·Culture and ·None
A monthly social, cultural, leisure and tourism magazine-guide for South Australia and the city of Adelaide, offering its readers an overview of notable events from the life of the region. Magazine topics: culture, literature, art, food, movies, exhibitions, travel.

Newspaper The Courier read in English

Victoria, Ballarat ·English ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
The newspaper of the Australian city of Ballarat, located in the state of Victoria in the south-east of the country, was founded in 1867 by two entrepreneurs. After acquiring its main competitor, «The Star», in 1923, the newspaper became the leading newspaper in the city.

Newspaper Fraser Coast Chronicle read in English

Queensland, Harvey Bay ·English ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
The provincial newspaper of the Australian Fraser Coast, located in the Queensland region of eastern Australia. For a long time, the newspaper was known as the «Maryborough Chronicle». The most actively developing newspaper in Australia.

Newspaper The Gympie Times read in English

Gympie ·English ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
The city newspaper of Australian Gympie, a city in Queensland, was founded during the Australian gold rush, when a gold mine was discovered here. The newspaper witnessed the formation of the region's economy and the development of its infrastructure.

Newspaper The Canberra Times read in English

Canberra ·English ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·Centre-left
The daily newspaper of the Australian capital, Canberra, has been the family business of Australian lawyers the Shakespeare brothers for almost 40 years. Adheres to the center-left political orientation.

Newspaper The Advocate read in English

Tasmania, Bernie ·English ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
Published in the north-west of Tasmania, an island and state in southern Australia, the first newspaper of the Tasmanian city of Burnie. The newspaper was one of the first on the Australian continent to use color and offset printing, as well as computer layout.

Newspaper The Examiner read in English

Tasmania, Launceston ·English ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·None
Published in the Tasmanian city of Launceston, the newspaper of British missionary John West, one of the leading opposition newspapers of the colonial era and the third oldest newspaper in Australia.

Newspaper Stock Journal read in English

South Australia, Adelaide ·English ·Newspaper ·Weekly ·Business, finance, money ·None
Financial and Economic weekly newspaper of the agribusiness sector of South Australia, originally the Farmers' Bulletin and Exchange Bulletin of the City of Adelaide, focused on the domestic trading markets of the agribusiness and agricultural sectors.