Major Australian Newspapers List: The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph (Sydney), The Age (Melbourne), The Herald Sun, The Canberra Times... Largest Australian newspapers by circulation.
The Sydney Morning Herald is the leading Australian newspaper that is published daily in the city of Sydney, one of the largest cities in Australia. It is a newspaper read by the upper classes of Australian society and also the oldest newspaper in circulation. It has been published since 1831.
The Daily Telegraph is a tabloid newspaper published in Sydney, New South Wales with morning editions. The newspaper maintains a strong conservative political bent.
The Age is a daily circulation newspaper published in the city of Melbourne, Australia, since 1854. It was founded by brothers John Cooke and Henry Cooke and also Walter Powell. The first edition dates from October 1854.
The Herald Sun is a morning tabloid newspaper based in Melbourne, Australia. It is published by The Herald and Weekly Times.
The Herald Sun is mostly read in Victoria. It shares many articles with other News Corporation daily newspapers, especially in Australia.
Daily newspaper in Canberra, Australia, published by Australian Community Media, since 1926.
The Australian is a newspaper published in Australia from Monday to Saturday since 1964. Its owners are News Corporation Australia. They have a print run of over 100,000 copies during the week and over 250,000 on weekends.
Green Left is a non-profit organization. Its aim is to expose the lies, hypocrisy and prejudice of the wealthy class and its media. They seek to help all those who actively resist the increasingly authoritarian rule of the corporate rich.
The Australian Financial Review is Australia's leading financial newspaper. It is published daily, except Sunday, in Fairfax Media's tabloid media format.
Morning tabloid newspaper based in the city of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.
It is published daily except Sunday. It serves Darwin as well as the Northern Territory. Its focus is on local, national and world news as well. It also addresses sport and business. The newspaper always has an average readership of over 30,000.
The Courier-Mail is a newspaper based in Brisbane, Australia. It is published in tabloid format every day except Sunday.
The Advertiser is a daily newspaper published in Adelaide, Australia. It once had another name: "The South Australian Advertiser".
It is currently printed Monday through Saturday. On Sundays it has the name of the Sunday Mail.
The journal was first published on July 5, 1854 by George Auber Jones and John Davies. The Mercury is a daily newspaper, published in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, by Davies Brothers Pty Ltd, a subsidiary of News Corp Australia, which is also a subsidiary of News Corp.
The West Australian, also called The West, the only local newspaper published daily in the city of Perth, Australia.
It is owned by Seven West Media. The newspaper is published in a tabloid format and is a direct competitor of The Sunday Times.
It is the second oldest continuously running Australian newspaper.
The Chaser is a satirical quarterly newspaper (initially it was biweekly), published in Australia from 1999 to 2005.
It switched to a digital publication in 2005, before returning to print publication in 2015.
The newspaper lends its name to the troupe Australian comedy group "The Chaser", made up of former newspaper contributors, who went on to produce a wide range of media under the Chaser brand.
The Advocate was a weekly newspaper originating in Melbourne, Victoria in 1868 and published for the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne from 1919 to 1990.