The Examiner was created on March 12, 1842, by James Aikenhead. Reverend John West was the first editorial writer and was essential in the establishment of the journal. It began as a weekly newspaper (Saturdays). Six months later, The Examiner extended to Wednesdays. The paper was converted to a tri-weekly format in 1853, and it began daily publishing on April 10, 1866. This frequency lasted until the 16th of February the next year. The tri-weekly publication restarted and lasted until 21 December 1877, when the daily issue returned.
The Advocate is the largest daily newspaper in Louisiana. It is based in Baton Rouge and serves the state's southern region. There are separate versions for New Orleans, The Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate, and Acadiana, The Acadiana Advocate.
Togatus is the University of Tasmania's independent student media, produced for and by students. Togatus, which has been published by the Tasmania University Union since 1931, has four print editions each year and occasionally features student news on its website.
The Tasmanian Government Gazette (the Gazette), including Special and Periodical Gazettes, contains formal public notices that are required to be published in the Gazette by law and Government authority.