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The Australian

The Australian The Australian is the only national daily, tends to support free-trade trade policy, a realist approach to foreign policy, and is particularly in favour of liberalization of the media sector. This newspaper could be politically described as being an advocate of liberal conservatism.

Website: The Australian

The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review The Australian Financial Review along the 50 years Australian Financial Review has been the authority on business, finance and investment news in Australia. AFR is the leading business newspaper in Australia which is published daily from Monday to Saturday in a tabloid format by the media company Fairfax Media. AFR has been associated with economic rationalism in Australia and is essential reading for Australia's business and investor community.

Website: The Australian Financial Review

Green Left Weekly

Green Left Weekly Green Left Weekly is a proudly independent voice committed to human and civil rights, global peace and environmental sustain ability, democracy and equality. Green Left Weekly has the purpose to provide a much-needed forum for discussion and debate about changing the world. In addition the most important is a campaigning paper: it helps strengthen the anti-racist, feminist, student, trade union, environment, gay and lesbian, civil liberties and anti-imperialist movements by linking the issues and activists, and by letting people know how they can join others in action for change.

Website: Green Left Weekly

The Daily Telegraph

The Daily Telegraph The Daily Telegraph emphasizes on news, delivered with accuracy and relevance. it focuses on Sydney with a studied balance of national and international news. This paper is designed to be user-friendly, with easy-to-find sections and lift-outs that are based on what interests you.

Website: The Daily Telegraph

The Herald Sun

The Herald Sun The Herald Sun operated for first time in 1990 as an amalgam of the afternoon daily, The Herald, and the morning daily, The Sun News-Pictorial. It sells more than 554,000 copies a day, reaching 1.5 million readers. The Herald Sun Australia has been the most popular daily newspaper, attracting 1,520,000 readers Monday to Friday.

Website: The Herald Sun


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