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Burnie Newspapers

Newspapers, Publications and Print Media in Burnie

When it comes to staying informed about local news, events, and community happenings in and around Burnie, several reliable newspapers serve the area. These newspapers play a crucial role in keeping residents up to date with current affairs, local stories, and important announcements.

The Advocate

The Advocate is the primary newspaper serving Burnie and the wider region of north-west Tasmania. Established in 1890, it has a substantial readership and covers a broad range of topics such as local news, politics, business, sports, and entertainment. It provides in-depth reporting and features, including insightful opinion pieces and letters to the editor. The Advocate is available both in print and digital formats, offering various subscription options to suit individual preferences.

NW Coast Chronicle

The NW Coast Chronicle is another popular newspaper that serves the Burnie area and the Northwest Coast of Tasmania. This weekly publication features articles on local news, community events, lifestyle, human interest stories, and more. It aims to connect readers with the local communities and culture. The NW Coast Chronicle is available in print and online, providing a convenient platform to access news and stories wherever you are.

Community Newspapers

Burnie is also served by a few community-specific newspapers that cater to the needs and interests of certain areas within the city. These newspapers typically focus on informing readers about local issues, events, and activities within their specific community. While the availability and distribution of these community newspapers may vary, they form an integral part of Burnie's diverse media landscape.

Community Noticeboards

In addition to newspapers, Burnie has community noticeboards located in prominent areas throughout the city. These noticeboards serve as an important source of information for residents, businesses, and visitors. They often display announcements, advertisements, and community messages such as upcoming events, local services, and job opportunities. Checking community noticeboards can be an effective way to stay informed about what's happening in Burnie.

With various newspapers and community noticeboards available in and around Burnie, residents and visitors alike have numerous options to stay connected and keep abreast of the latest news, events, and stories in the area.

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