Glen Innes Examiner is a biweekly newspaper. It is a much loved local paper, covering all issues of interest to the town including our people, council, police, court and the many local sports. The Examiner was first published in 1874 and also now boasts a strong online audience. Glen Innes is a rural town on the Northern Tablelands of NSW, on the junction of the New England and Gwydir Highways.

The area’s core industries are agriculturally based and include sheep and cattle production.

It is also a popular tourist destination with due to the local world heritage listed national parks, sapphires, and it’s proud Celtic history.

Glen Innes calls itself “the Celtic Capital of Australia” and with the Standing Stones as a monument to Celtic pride, it celebrates its history with the popular Celtic Festival each May.


Tuesday, Thursday


EGN: T84 format
Classifieds: 38cm x 8columns


Glen Innes, Bald Nob, Ben Lomond, Deepwater, Dundee, Emmaville, Glencoe, Llangothlin, Stonehenge, Wandsworth, Wellingrove, Wellington Vale