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Canberra Newspapers

Newspapers, Publications and Print Media in Canberra

Local Newspapers in Canberra and the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), Australia

1. The Canberra Times:
- The Canberra Times is a daily newspaper published in Canberra, ACT.
- It covers local news, national news, politics, business, sports, and entertainment.
- The paper was first published in 1926 and is owned and operated by Australian Community Media.
- The Canberra Times has a broad readership and is considered the primary newspaper in the region.
- It offers both the printed edition and digital access through its website.

2. The Chronicle:
- The Chronicle is a weekly community newspaper based in Canberra, ACT.
- It covers hyper-local news, community events, business updates, and lifestyle features.
- The paper focuses on suburban news and aims to provide a voice for the local communities.
- The Chronicle is free and distributed across the Canberra region.
- It is a popular choice for residents seeking localized news and information.

3. CityNews:
- CityNews is a weekly independent newspaper serving Canberra and the ACT.
- It covers a range of topics including local news, politics, arts, lifestyle, and opinion pieces.
- CityNews aims to offer a different perspective on the news, focusing on community engagement.
- It is a free publication and can be found at various locations in Canberra or accessed online.

4. Canberra Weekly:
- Canberra Weekly is a weekly magazine-style newspaper serving Canberra and the surrounding regions.
- It offers a blend of local news, lifestyle features, opinion pieces, entertainment guides, and more.
- Canberra Weekly covers a wide range of topics, including dining, fashion, health, and local events.
- Printed copies can be found at many outlets throughout the ACT and surrounding areas.
- Additionally, the publication is available digitally.

5. The Bungendore Mirror:
- The Bungendore Mirror is a monthly newspaper serving the town of Bungendore, located near Canberra.
- It focuses on local news, events, and stories in Bungendore and the broader Palerang region.
- The Bungendore Mirror is distributed free to the community and is a valuable source of local information.

6. Queanbeyan Age:
- The Queanbeyan Age is a local newspaper that predominantly covers news and events in Queanbeyan, a city located just outside Canberra in New South Wales.
- While not directly in the ACT, the Queanbeyan Age is often read by residents in the border regions.
- It provides news on local events, crime, sports, community affairs, and more.
- The Queanbeyan Age is available in print and digital formats.

These are some of the notable local newspapers and publications available in and around the region of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, and the nearby areas. The diverse range of papers provides residents with a variety of news sources catering to different interests and focuses within the community.

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