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18pc growth in alternate uses for recycled newsprint

Australia’s recovery rate for newspapers remains close to the world’s best at more than 75 per cent, while the recovered product has experienced growth of...

Review a threat to effective recycling

A government review of Australia’s recycling legislation risks burdening the publisher’s self-regulatory model with onerous red tape. TONY WILKINS, argues the case against intervention.

NewsMediaWorks welcomes new executive director, environment

NewsMediaWorks CEO Peter Miller today announced the appointment of Dr Tony Wilkins to the position of executive director, environment, responsible for representing and advising the news...

News’ environmental initiative celebrates 10th birthday

News Corp Australia’s environmental sustainability initiative, 1 Degree, has marked 10 years of progress and change in print distribution. 1 Degree calls for employees, business...

A win for the environment – new animated video released

NewsMediaWorks’ Environment Advisory Group has launched a new animated video designed to bring to life the sustainability of newspapers in an engaging and creative way....

A message from Peter Netchaef – Executive Director, Environment

Newspaper and magazine publishers have emphasized their long standing commitment and contribution to Product Stewardship and the Circular Economy by releasing a new, short and...

Be part of the chain – Advertising campaign

NewsMediaWorks’ Environment Advisory Group has launched a national industry-wide advertising campaign encouraging readers to be part of the sustainable production chain by recycling their newspapers...

Global: Daily Mail mulls bid for Yahoo!

The owner of London’s Daily Mail has confirmed that it’s considering a bid for Yahoo! to expand its footprint in America, where its mix of...

Fast facts about making newspapers and magazines

Sustainability: the main ingredient when making newspapers and magazines All Norske Skog Australasia mills are Chain of Custody certified Australian made newsprint comes from plantation...

Fast facts about recycling newspapers and magazines

How recycled fibre changed Australian newsprint and magazines Recycling newspapers and magazines allows wood to be recovered and live its life span repeatedly, as wood...

The National Environmental Sustainability Agreement

An ongoing quarter-century commitment A quarter of a century ago, the Australian publishing industry created the world’s only vertically integrated approach to advance newspaper and...

How a newspaper is made

Start to finish: following the process of making newspapers PAPER (Producer): The raw materials used to make newsprint consists of wood from sustainably grown plantation...