Newspapers and Gazettes coming soon

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These titles are being digitised and will soon appear on Trove in the Newspapers & Gazettes category.

They are listed by state/territory of publication, then alphabetically by title. The year range being digitised is indicated in after the title. Titles have been funded for digitisation by various contributors, which are indicated at the end of each listing. Large national projects may have a separate listing, and indicate the contributors at the beginning.

Titles will be removed from this list when the year range indicated is fully available in Trove. You can see which newspapers and gazettes are already available in our full digitised newspapers and gazettes list.

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TAS

  • Colonial Times, (1827) [Libraries Tasmania]

SA

  • The Port Lincoln Times (1955-68, 1992-2002) [State Library South Australia]

QLD

  • Catholic Advocate (1929-1938) [State Library Queensland]

WA

  • Baileys Sporting and Dramatic Weekly (1931-1933) [State Library of Western Australia]
  • Baileys Weekly (1933) [State Library of Western Australia]
  • Bassendean Magnet, 1923-25 [State Library of Western Australia]
  • Blackwood Times (1920-1942) [State Library of Western Australia]
  • The Daily Guardian (1937) [State Library of Western Australia]
  • The Elswood Observer (1931) [State Library of Western Australia]
  • The Farmers' Weekly (1947-1955) [State Library of Western Australia]
  • Groper (1930-1937) [State Library of Western Australia]
  • The Guardian (1937-1957) [State Library of Western Australia]
  • The Harvey-Waroona Mail (1931-1946) [State Library of Western Australia]
  • The Preston Mail and District Advocate (1946-1953) [State Library of Western Australia]
  • Spectator, 1900-1905 [State Library of Western Australia]
  • Sportsman, 1903-1904 [State Library of Western Australia]
  • The Sun, 1919 [State Library of Western Australia]
  • Trader, 1953 [State Library of Western Australia]
  • The Western Suburban News (1913) [State Library of Western Australia]
  • The Weekly Guardian (1933-1934) [State Library of Western Australia]
  • Claremont-Cottesloe Herald (1922-1923) [State Library of Western Australia]
  • The W.A. Family Sphere (1919-1920) [State Library of Western Australia]
  • The W.A. Freeman's Journal (Irish-Australian Press) (1902) [State Library of Western Australia]
  • W.A. Sporting Record and Dramatic Review (1932) [State Library of Western Australia]

VIC

  • Bacchus Marsh Express (1884) [Bacchus Marsh and District Historical Society]
  • Ballarat Courier (1884 – 1884) [Ballarat and District Genealogical Society Inc]
  • Camperdown Chronicle Newspaper (1875-1876) [Camperdown & District Historical Society]
  • Lilydale Express, January 1927 - December 1954 [1927-1954) [Lilydale & District Historical Soc]
  • Narracan Shire Advocate (1944-1955) [Latrobe City Libraries]
  • Richmond Guardian (Vic.: 1925-28 )

NSW

  • Berrigan Advocate 1896-1969 [Berrigan Shire Library Service]
  • Border Morning Mail (1950 - 1951) [Albury City Libraries]
  • Bungendore Mirror (1887-1888) [Queanbeyan Palerang Regional Council]
  • Coffs Harbour Advocate (1926-27) [Coffs Harbour City Council]
  • Coolamon Echo, (1898 - 1905) [Coolamon & District History Group]
  • Deniliquin Pastoral Times [Deniliquin Genealogy Society]
  • The Manning River News and Advocate for the Northern Coast Districts of New South Wales (1865-1873) [MidCoast Library]
  • Mittagong Argus, (1901 – 1904) [Berrima District Historical & Family History Society]
  • Mittagong Express (1892; 1899) [Berrima District Historical & Family History Society]
  • Mittagong Star, (1927 – 1932) [Berrima District Historical & Family History Society]
  • Orange Star (1926 – 1927) [Central West Libraries]
  • Queanbeyan Age (1927-1954) [Queanbeyan Palerang Regional Council]
  • St Georges Advocate (1899, 1901-1903) [Kogarah Historical Society Inc]