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Trusted content in news media reaches nine in ten Australians across digital and print platforms – emma data

Demand for trusted, professionally generated news continues to drive Australia’s news media audiences across both digital and print platforms.

Are you misleading consumers? A quick look at Australian Consumer Law 

Consumers have the right to expect that they will not be misled or deceived by a trader. 

New requirements for pre-approval of complementary medicines

Consumer Healthcare Products Australia to handle all medicine advertising pre-approval applications

Gambling related advertising in Queensland

Venues must ensure that gaming does not dominate marketing or promotional activities.

Advertising cosmetic services and injections

Cosmetic injections are generally administered to temporarily remove/reduce wrinkles and lines on the face, around the eyes, forehead, lips and neck or to improve the appearance of submental fat.

The Weekly Times: Shining a light on remarkable rural women

 32-page Shine Awards magazine inserted in The Weekly Times today and in The Australian on November 22

Regional news brands unite for Australia’s right to know

“Regional Australians should know about decisions that affect them.”

People trust in news brands

Readers trust their favourite news brands to deliver the important news, insights and features consistently.

Case Study – News Corp and REA Group partner for innovative print campaign

“This new initiative allows vendors to seamlessly target both the passive and active market,”

Enhanced storytelling: Journalism in the visual era

Visual journalism augments the written form by providing deeper immersion in our storytelling.

News Corp launches new look Escape

News Corp Australia today announced a major investment in and repositioning of Australia’s leading travel media brand ESCAPE to grow its market leading audience.

A ruffled raffle

The owners of the Yapper Valley Pet Resort in Woodstock, Townsville faced Supreme Court action after being found to be operating their ‘Win a pet lover’s dream’ competition without a licence.