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News Corp Australia announced today it would stop printing more than 100 of its regional and suburban newspapers — some will become digital only and some will close entirely. Here is a full list of titles that will no longer have print editions:


Daily Mercury (Mackay)

The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton)

The Observer (Gladstone)

News Mail (Bundaberg)

Fraser Coast Chronicle

The Gympie Times

Sunshine Coast Daily

The Queensland Times (Ipswich)

Warwick Daily News

Central & North Burnett Times

Central Queensland News

Chinchilla News

Dalby Herald

Gatton Star

Noosa News

South Burnett Times

Stanthorpe Border Post

The Western Star (Roma)

Western Times (Charleville)

Whitsunday Times

Whitsunday Coast Guardian

Bowen Independent

Tablelander (Mareeba and Atherton)

The Northern Miner

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette

The Burdekin Advocate

Buderim Chronicle

Caloundra Weekly

Capricorn Coast Mirror

Coolum News

Nambour Weekly

The Ipswich Advertiser

Maroochy and Kawana Weekly

Gold Coast Sun

Hervey Bay Independent

Maryborough Herald

Balonne Beacon

Surat Basin News

Herbert River Express

Innisfail Advocate

Central Telegraph

Quest titles: Albert and Logan News, Caboolture Herald, Westside News, Pine Rivers Press, Redcliffe and Bayside Herald, South-West News, Wynnum Herald, North Lakes Times, Redlands Community News, Springfield News, Northside Chronicle/Bayside Star, North-West News, South-East Advertiser, Southern Star, Bribie Weekly


Tweed Daily News

Ballina Shire Advocate

Byron Shire News

The Coffs Coast Advocate

The Daily Examiner (Grafton)

The Northern Star (Lismore)

Coastal Views (Clarence Valley)

Northern Rivers Echo (Lismore)

Richmond River Express Examiner

NewsLocal titles: Fairfield Advance, Penrith Press, Macarthur Chronicle, Blacktown Advocate, Canterbury Bankstown Express, Central Coast Express, Hills Shire Times, Hornsby Advocate, Liverpool Leader, Manly Daily, Northern District Times, Parramatta Advertiser, Inner West Courier, Southern Courier, Illawarra Star, Wagga Wagga News, St George Shire Standard, Canberra Star, Newcastle News, Blue Mountains News, Central Sydney, South Coast News, Rouse Hill Times

Northern Territory

The Centralian Advocate (Alice Springs)


Melbourne Leader titles: Stonnington, Mornington Peninsula, Knox, Whitehorse, Monash, Northern, Whittlesea, Maroondah, Moorabbin, Mordialloc Chelsea, Moreland, Lilydale and Yarra Valley, Frankston, Bayside, Caulfield Port Phillip, Cranbourne, Greater Dandenong, Moonee Valley, Maribyrnong, Wyndham, Manningham, Preston, Diamond Valley, Heidelberg, Sunbury Macedon, Progress and Northcote

South Australia

Messenger titles: Messenger South Plus, Messenger East Plus, Messenger North, Messenger West, Messenger City, Adelaide Hills and Upper Spencer Gulf, Messenger Coast Plus


Tasmanian Country


Big Rigs

Rural Weekly


Peter Fray

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