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Gold Coast Bulletin expands real estate into magazine

The Gold Coast Bulletin has redesigned its real estate section as a gloss magazine that also features interiors and home improvement. It includes new sections,...

$48m hospital upgrade after newspaper campaign

Work will begin this year on a $48 million upgrade of facilities at The Tweed Hospital, on the NSW far-north coast, following a campaign by...

Digital brand looks to publish print editions

PerthNow, the website companion to News Corp Australia newspaper The Sunday Times, is looking to publish mid-week newspapers prior to long weekends during 2016. It...

McCabe resigns as Women’s Weekly editor

Editor-in-chief of The Australian Women’s Weekly Helen McCabe has resigned, amid a succession of senior changes at Bauer Media. Her resignation is effective from Friday,...

First multicultural publication joins Press Council

Multicultural publications are responding to the Australian Press Council’s call for membership, with Filipino online publisher emanila joining the council last week, and more expected...

AFR magazine has it covered with foil editions

The Australian Financial Review Magazine will continue to experiment with covers that push the boundaries after a positive response to its December issue last week...

Photographing beauty in the aftermath of Sydney Siege

News Corp’s Toby Zerna iconic photo ‘Sydney Sea of Love’ captured the sea of floral tributes left in Martin Place in the aftermath of the...

Yeates made life member of Victorian Country Press

Passionate campaigner for country newspapers Bob Yeates has been made a life member of the Victorian Country Press Association in recognition of his contribution to...

Geelong Advertiser celebrates 175 years

Victoria’s oldest newspaper the Geelong Advertiser celebrated its 175th  anniversary  on Thursday night with a dinner for  200 guests, including politicians, business leaders, athletes, and...

NT News to Obama: ‘We’ve got your back’

US President Barack Obama has been invited by the NT News to stay ahead of the pack on international news through a free subscription to...

Fairfax partners with Google in tech fellowship

Fairfax Media has partnered with Google to offer a fellowship to a young journalist skilled in coding and data journalism. The successful applicant will work...

SMH and The Age editors reach out to subscribers

The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald are trialling an “editor’s edition” email newsletter to subscribers to lift engagement – a move that could result...