You can access thousands of full-content, digital newspapers-both national and international-and magazines from around 120 countries in 60 languages, via the Library's subscription to PressDisplay.com. ANU Library users have access to up to 90 days of back issues. Most issues are published online as they go to print, offering a very timely service.
- The Australian
- The Weekend Australian
- The Bulletin (Australia)
- The Guardian
- The Independent
- The Sydney Morning Herald.
- The Washington Post
- New York Post
You can use the RSS feed to keep up with current news stories.
Factiva has a range of newspaper-up to 90 days-stories and news feeds including the Australian Financial Review, Herald Sun, Reuters, Australian regional newspapers and Wall Street Journal (Asia). They are available for 3 months.
The ANU Library also subscribes to:
Please note that you need to be on the ANU network to use these resources.
Commercial newspapers & broadcasters
Many commercial newspapers and broadcasters, such as the ABC, allow free online access to their major news stories and have sizable archives. Please note, some charge for full-text retrieval of archived news stories.
Some useful links:
- The Australian (only selected stories are freely accessible)
- ABC news
- To find Australian Newspapers on the Internet search Trove.
Keeping up-to-date with news
Google news harvests a wide array of news stories from around the world. To keep up-to-date on any subject try using the Google news alert service. To keep up-to-date on news about the university we suggest you use "Australian National University" as your search term.
The ANU Library collects a small number of print editions of major Australian and overseas newspapers including:
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