COROWA FREE PRESS

Corowa is located on the Murray River 50 kms downstream from Albury. Mixed farming enterprises dominate the agricultural sector of Corowa Shire, and farms occupy the majority of the rural land. Whilst agriculture is a major employer accounting for over 18.9% of all jobs, the traditional dominance of agriculture in the rural economy is less pronounced than in other rural …

NARRANDERA ARGUS

The Narrandera Argus is an independent bi-weekly newspaper and is circulated to many of the surrounding areas including Narrandera, Leeton, Yanco, Grong Grong, Darlington Point, Coleambally, Barellan, Ardlethan, Griffith, Coolamon, Ganmain and surrounding areas. Circulation: 2,000 Narrandera, Leeton, Yanco, Grong Grong, Darlington Point, Coleambally, Barellan, Ardlethan, Griffith, Coolamon, Ganmain and surrounds. EGN $7.35 per col cm Classifieds: $9.70 per col …

NARRABRI COURIER

The principal newspaper of the Narrabri Shire. The Courier maintains a tradition of independent newspaper publishing since it was founded in 1873. Narrabri is one of the richest agricultural areas in NSW. It lies in the heart of the Namoi Valley and produces cotton, oilseed crop, pulses, premium wheat, wool and fat stock. Crops such as grapes and peanuts are …

THE LAND

Thursday EGN: T84 formatClassifieds: 38cm x 8columns Broad acre farm owners and managers across rural New South Wales.

THE SENIOR

The senior market is growing … and so are we! The Senior has been a trusted source of information on issues affecting people aged over 60 for more than 30 years. Whether it’s government legislation, financial matters. health, lifestyle or travel, we ensure our readers receive the latest up-to-date information – in print and online – to help them make …

THE CHRONICLE (CANBERRA AND QUEANBEYAN)

Contact us for rates and additional information. For more than 30 years, The Chronicle has been the Canberra and Queanbeyan region’s free community newspaper. During this time, we have built and maintained a reputation for excellence in providing local news, information on community events and cost-effective advertising solutions for Canberra and Queanbeyan businesses. We’re also recognised for our commitment to …

TWEED VALLEY WEEKLY

Established for over 26 years, the Tweed Valley Weekly is the most highly read and locally entrenched publication to reach your customers.* With a readership exceeding 55,000, and a large rate of untapped unique readers you can be assured your message is being delivered and seen with many of our readers not reading the other publications sent to them. We …

CLARENCE VALLEY INDEPENDENT

Established for over 23years the Clarence Valley Independent has been the preferred publication for readers and advertisers looking for maximum exposure throughout the Clarence Valley. Over the years the Clarence Valley Independent has forged a reputation as the Valley’s leading community newspaper. The Clarence Valley Independent is a genuine local newspaper providing a forum for all community news and sport. …

WESTERN TIMES (BATHURST)

Residents of Bathurst and surrounding areas enjoy this free weekly publication every week. It’s home delivered as well as strategically bulk dropped on a Thursday morning. Western Times provides the community with local community news, TV guide, advertising features and Domain Real Estate Guide. Located in the Macquarie Valley on the Central Tablelands of NSW, Bathurst is Australia’s oldest inland …

BARRIER DAILY TRUTH – BROKEN HILL

The principal industries are silver, lead and zinc, and due to the town facilities and character, tourism now prospers and continues to generate millions of dollars for the Broken Hill community. Broken Hill, Meningee, Silverton, Willcannia, White Cliffs, Tibooburra and Cockburn. $1,046.32 flat rate plus GST Rates and specifications available on request.