Nasha Niva (Belarusian: ава, romanized: Naa Niva, lit. "Our Field") is one of Belarus's oldest weekly newspapers, created in 1906 and re-established in 1991. Because of the newspaper's significance as a publisher of Belarusian literature and a pioneer of Belarusian language journalism, the years preceding the October Revolution are commonly referred to as the 'Nasha Niva Period.'
Novy Chas (New Time) is a weekly independent newspaper produced in Belarus. Novy Chas was founded on March 1, 2007 as a replacement for Zgoda, which was closed down in 2007. The Frantsishak Skaryna Belarusian Language Society is the publisher.
Sovetskaya Belorussiya - Belarus Segodnya is a Belarusian daily newspaper. In April 2019, the newspaper had a circulation of 190,000 copies. It was first published on August 2, 1927, and has been the official newspaper of the Belarusian Presidential Administration since 1994.
BelGazeta is a weekly Russian-language newspaper produced in Belarus. Until September 2005, it was known as "Belorusskaya Gazeta." On August 25, 2020, the Belarusian Press House refused to print the most recent edition of BelGazeta, citing a printing press malfunction.
Iosif Seredich started the independent opposition journal Narodnaja Volya. Since its inception, it has been critical of the Alexander Lukashenko regime and has functioned as a platform for government critics.
Belorusy I rynok is Belarus's primary business weekly newspaper. The newspaper was started in 1990 as Belorusskij rynok (елoрусски рнок, The Belarusian Market) and was one of the country's first private media outlets.