New South Wales
Milliyet Australia (4 Nov 2011-)
Trundle Star (Trundle, NSW: Mar 2012-)
Newspapers with changed titles:
Coast Community News (Jan 2012-from Gosford Central Community News)
Gold Coast Bulletin (Tweed edition, 19 Nov 2011-)
Melbourne review (Melbourne, Oct. 2011-)
Southern Telegraph (Nov 2011-)
Newspaper with changed titles:
Echo News (Ellenbrook ed.; from Echo Midland ed.)
Echo News (Mundaring ed., July 2011, from Echo Midland ed.)
Hills and Valley Messenger ceased 27 June 2012
Friday trader (Melbourne) ceased 5 Aug. 2011
Moe and Narracan news (Moe) ceased 28 June 2012
Traralgon journal (Traralgon) ceased 28 June 2012
 Newspaper titles acquired by the SLNSW for the first time in 2011/12 were: Cretan news = Kritika nea (Redfern, NSW, Feb-May, 1980, very incomplete); Gulargambone advocate (Gilgandra, NSW, Jun. 3, 1925-Dec. 29, 1926, very incomplete); Koinotikoi orizonetes Community horizons (Lakemba, NSW, Greek Orthodox Community of NSW, Oct/Dec. 2010-); The Mendooran and Merrygoen news (Gilgandra, NSW, Feb 28-July 22, 1929); The Northbridge leader. (Sydney, Jan 16, 1931-Sep 18, 1931); The Western weekender – Hawkesbury (Penrith, NSW, Feb 2008-Jan 23, 2009).
 A change of name, which occurred outside 2011/12, was recorded for the following newspapers: The Gilgandra Weekly & Castlereagh (1929-1942; was Gilgandra Weekly); Gilgandra weekly (1942; was The Gilgandra Weekly & Castlereagh, 1929-1942); The Spanish News (May-Oct 2003 was The New Spanish Herald); Southern Star (Moruya, NSW, 1970-1989 became Southern Star and Bay Advocate); Wollongong & Northern Leader (2007-2011, was Northern Leader (Corrimal, NSW)).
 Newspaper titles ceasing in the previous year (2010/11) which were not reported in last year’s Annual Report are: Maryborough Independent (10 June 2011); Moranbah and District Advertiser (4 May 2011).
 Newspaper titles ceasing in the previous year (2010/11) which were not reported in last year’s Annual Report are: Extra (Melbourne, Jan 2011-); G'day India (Melbourne, Mar 2011-); Melbourne’s senior scene (Melbourne, Autumn 2011-); South Asia times (Melbourne, June 2011-).