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Gale Cengage Learning: 19th Century UK Periodicals is a database using content from the British Library, the National Library of Scotland,the National Library of Australia, and many other sources, to make available digitised versions of key 19th Century UK Periodicals. For the over 180 periodicals currently available, every front page, editorial, article, poem, recipe, advertisement and classified ad that appeared within their pages for the time period available is accessible. Users of the database will be able to search every word on every page. To be released in 5 series, the National Library currently has access to Series 1: New Readerships: Women's, Children's, Humour and Leisure/Sport, and Series 2: Empire: Travel and Anthropology, Economics, Missionary and Colonial. Cross searchable with other Gale products via the Gale NewsVault. Available for document delivery to Australian libraries.
NK News: An independent, privately owned specialist site focused on North Korea. Content includes news, news aggregator, intelligence analysis, travel reports, and other data about North Korea.
Hong Kong Public Libraries: A free online collection of major old Hong Kong Newspapers published from early Hong Kong to the early twentieth century. Titles are in English and Chinese and include China Mail, Hong Kong Daily Press, Hong Kong Sunday Herald, Hong Kong Telegraph and the Hong Kong Weekly Press.
World's largest listing of newspapers on the web, searchable by country and then by publication.
Chadwyck-Healey: An index to articles appearing in the London Times between 1790 and 1905. The newspaper can also be searched using Times Digital Archive (1785-2009) which can be accessed via eResources. The Times Digital Archive provides an online version of the entire newspaper, with images of millions of articles, advertisements and illustrations/photos. The text of each article, letter or advertisement is fully searchable by keyword.
National Library of New Zealand: Papers Past contains more than one million pages of digitised New Zealand newspapers and periodicals. As of February 2015 the collection covers the years 1839 to 1945 and includes 93 publications from all regions of New Zealand. All newspapers can be browsed by date, region and title; in addition each newspaper has its own page containing information about the publication, including the date range which is available online and a link to an essay about the newspaper's history.
Ben Welsh: An archive of front pages from some of the worlds biggest news sites. Pages are archived hourly, showing changes in headlines and content.
PressReader: PressReader (formerly Library Press Display) provides access to over 1000 newspapers in 40 languages from more than 80 countries, displaying them in their original format, layout and original language on the date of publication. Titles are archived for the previous 12 months. The service includes newspapers from Australia, Europe, Asia, Southeast Asia, North and South America, the Middle East and Oceania. NOTE: From January 2016 titles published by News Corp, such as The Australian, have been withdrawn. PATRONS SHOULD NOTE THAT THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF AUSTRALIA HAS A LIMITED NUMBER OF LICENCES FOR THIS SERVICE. IF YOU RECEIVE THE ACCESS DENIED MESSAGE WHEN LOGGING ON STATING THAT 'YOUR LIBRARY'S SUBSCRIPTION HAS REACHED ITS MAXIMUM SIMULTANEOUS USERS LEVEL', PLEASE TRY AGAIN AFTER 10 MINUTES.
Gale Cengage: Provides access to the complete run of the weekly English satirical magazine, as well as its annual Almanack, seasonal issues, and indexes. The archive also correlates the previously anonymous articles and those written under pseudonyms with the private ledgers of contributors kept by the Punch editors, in many cases revealing for the first time the true identity of the authors. Available for document delivery to Australian libraries.
Oriprobe Information Services, Inc: Started in June 1946 and a current circulation of 3 million, People's Daily is the most influential and authoritative newspaper in China. It is the official voice of the central government of the People's Republic of China For the last over 60 years, the People's Daily has published daily issues that provide the single location where the central government and the Communist Party of China announce their respective policies and disseminate governmental, political, and economic messages to the public and the world. Most importantly, since its inception the newspaper has been the true barometer of the political climate of Chinese society on a daily basis. Available for document delivery to Australian libraries.
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