The Maitland Mercury is Australia's third oldest regional newspaper, after the Geelong Advertiser (founded in 1840) and the Launceston Examiner (estab. 1842). The Maitland Mercury was founded in 1843 as The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser. The Maitland Mercury is still in print and serves Maitland and the adjacent Lower Hunter Valley.
The Daily Advertiser is a regional daily that serves Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia, and a large portion of the surrounding area. It is published Monday through Friday, with a Saturday supplement called The Weekend Advertiser.
The Newcastle Herald is a daily tabloid newspaper published in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, from Monday to Saturday. It is the only local newspaper that services the broader Hunter Region and the Central Coast of New South Wales six days a week. Australian Community Media owns it.
The Grafton Daily Examiner is an Australian daily newspaper published in Grafton, New South Wales. News Corp Australia owns the publication. The Clarence and Richmond Examiner, New England Advertiser, and Clarence and Richmond Examiner were all names used by the newspaper at various times.
The Northern Daily Leader, formerly known as The Tamworth Daily Observer, The Daily Observer, The Tamworth Observer, and The Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser, is a daily newspaper published in Tamworth, New South Wales, Australia.
The Central Western Daily newspaper was formed in 1945 in Orange, New South Wales' Central West district, with its first edition published on October 3, 1945. It came after a string of previous Orange publications, including The Advocate and The Leader.
The Coffs Coast Advocate is a bi-weekly newspaper published in the Australian town of Coffs Harbour. News Corp Australia owns the publication. The Coffs Coast Advocate is distributed throughout the Coffs Harbour area, from Macksville in the south to Dorrigo in the west, and as far north as Halfway Creek.
The Daily Liberal is an Australian daily newspaper published in Dubbo, New South Wales. The published news pieces are primarily about Dubbo and the surrounding district. The first issue of the newspaper was published in 1875.
Since 1893, the Port Stephens Examiner has been a weekly newspaper in Raymond Terrace, New South Wales, Australia. The Port Stephens Examiner was previously known as the Gloucester Examiner and Lower Hunter Advertiser, as well as the Raymond Terrace Examiner and Lower Hunter and Port Stephens Advertiser.
The Cowra Guardian, also known as The Guardian, The Cowra Gobbler, Cowra Guardian, The Canowindra Star and Eugowra News, Cowra Guardian, and Lachlan Agricultural Recorder, is a tri-weekly newspaper published in Cowra, New South Wales, Australia, since 1885.
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