The Geelong Advertiser is a daily newspaper published in Geelong, Victoria, Australia, and distributed throughout the Bellarine Peninsula and surrounding areas. The Geelong Advertiser, first published on November 21, 1840, is Victoria's oldest newspaper title and Australia's second-oldest.
The true story of a British businessman who was unwittingly recruited into one of history's most devastating international conflicts. The two men form an unlikely alliance with a Soviet officer hoping to avoid a nuclear confrontation and work together to provide critical intelligence used to defuse the Cuban Missile Crisis.
The Bendigo Advertiser is a daily newspaper published in Bendigo, Victoria, and the surrounding area. Australian Community Media publishes the Bendigo Advertiser, which has a circulation of 5000 to 7000 copies depending on the day of publication.
The Argus is a local newspaper based in Brighton and Hove, East Sussex, England, with editions serving the city as well as the rest of East and West Sussex. The paper covers local news, politics, and sports, including Brighton & Hove Albion FC, the city's largest football club.
The North Central Review is a weekly newspaper published by The North Central Review Pty Ltd in Kilmore, Australia. The North Central Review largely serves Victoria's north central districts, from Wallan to Puckapunyal and Seymour, and many items are shared with other NCR weekly newspapers.
The Sunraysia Daily is a daily newspaper published in Victoria's northwestern Sunraysia district. From its inception in 1920 until 14 September 2007, it was published in broadsheet format, then switched to tabloid size the next day.
The Mount Alexander Mail was carried on by the Castlemaine Mail. From 1 October 1917 to 14 November 1942, it was published daily, then tri-weekly until 13 July 1979, and finally weekly on Tuesdays. Earlier Castlemaine publications were the Castlemaine Yarner and Digger's Gazette, which debuted on the goldfields in December 1853, and the daily Leader, which ended publication on February 12, 1916.
Since 1861, the Gippsland Times has been published in Sale, Victoria, Australia. It is now part of Fairfax Media's regional newspaper group. Its full name is The Gippsland Times and Maffra Spectator, indicating a merger with the previously independent Maffra Spectator, which was situated in Maffra.
The Camperdown Chronicle is the local newspaper of Camperdown, Victoria, Australia. James Allen, the Chronicle's proprietor and editor, published the first issue on October 1, 1874. It is published three times a week and includes news from Victoria's Western District as well as Geelong and Melbourne.
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