(a)   Commenced[1]

New South Wales

Milliyet Australia (4 Nov 2011-)

Trundle Star (Trundle, NSW: Mar 2012-)

Newspapers with changed titles:[2]

Coast Community News (Jan 2012-from Gosford Central Community News)

Queensland[3]

Gold Coast Bulletin (Tweed edition, 19 Nov 2011-)

Victoria[4]
Melbourne review (Melbourne, Oct. 2011-)

Western Australia[5]

Southern Telegraph (Nov 2011-)

Newspaper with changed titles:[6]

Echo News (Ellenbrook ed.; from Echo Midland ed.)

Echo News (Mundaring ed., July 2011, from Echo Midland ed.)

 

(b)  Ceased

South Australia

Hills and Valley Messenger ceased 27 June 2012

Victoria

Friday trader (Melbourne) ceased 5 Aug. 2011
Moe and Narracan news (Moe) ceased 28 June 2012
Traralgon journal (Traralgon) ceased 28 June 2012



[1] 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).

[2] 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)).

[3] 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).

[4] 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-).

[5] Newspaper titles ceasing in the previous year (2010/11) which were not reported in last year’s Annual Report are: In Between Roundup (Apr 2011).

[6] A change of name, which occurred outside 2011/12, was recorded for the following titles: Cool Rambler (June 2011; from Cool News and the Red Hill Rambler), Mulga Mail (July 2012, from Yamaji News).