This report describes progress with the Australian Newspaper Plan (ANPlan) in 2011/12. The achievements of ANPlan are evaluated against a set of Key Indicators and the goals set out in ANPlan’s Five Year Plan, July 2010 - June 2015 (Appendix A).
ANPlan is a collaboration established by NSLA through which the Australian national, state and territory libraries are comprehensively collecting, preserving and providing access to Australian newspapers. The National Library of Australia (NLA) coordinates the Plan. The National Library of New Zealand (NLNZ) has observer status.
This is the fourth year that ANPlan libraries have reported against the set of Key Indicators developed and agreed by ANPlan libraries in June 2009; and the second year that they have reported on progress with the Five Year Plan (2010-2015).
Significant achievements for 2011/12 include:
In 2011/12 some progress was made in identifying and finding missing Australian newspapers. Significant progress was reported with preserving Australian newspapers through microfilming. Over the past year, the estimated percentage of newspaper titles microfilmed has risen most markedly for South Australian (from 62% to 79%) and ACT (from 62% to 80%) newspapers, with a small increase in NSW (from 96.8% to 97%) newspapers. This is the first year that data has been made available for Victorian newspapers. Over 2011/12, a significant amount of activity has been directed towards replacing first generation newspaper acetate masters with polyester (State Library of Western Australia (SLWA) 680 reels; State Library of Victoria (SLV) 67 reels).
The number of newspapers which are being made accessible through Trove has more than doubled since last year (from 138 to 282) with a significant number being digitised through the ANDP’s ‘contributor model’. Five of the new titles are community language newspapers. Encouragingly, the total number of newspapers which have been digitised, but are not available through Trove, has not increased, indicating that the ANPlan libraries’ endeavours to publicise the benefits of contributing to the ANDP have been successful.
There have been no reported changes in ANPlan libraries’ ability to store hard copy newspapers, with seven of the nine libraries reporting that they are able to store all the newspapers which they hold primary responsibility for under ANPlan optimally. This is the first year that all ANPlan libraries have reported being able to store all their first generation newspaper microfilm masters under ideal environmental conditions for preserving permanent access. Reported storage conditions do vary, however. While the vast majority of microfilm masters for Australian newspapers are owned by ANPlan libraries, the locations of those which are not owned by ANPlan libraries have still not consistently been recorded on the National Bibliographic Database (NBD).
There have been no reported changes with cataloguing hard copy newspaper titles to the NBD with seven out of nine libraries reporting catalogue records for all newspapers published in their state/territory; six of these libraries report the inclusion of detailed and up-to-date holdings information. Over the last year, there has been a significant improvement in the cataloguing of first generation microfilm masters with six ANPlan libraries confirming that all of their first generation newspaper microfilm masters are catalogued according to the current guidelines (last year only three libraries reported this). For the State Library of Tasmania (SLT) and Northern Territory Library (NTL), this is an increase from 0% and 15%, respectively, reported last year. This is the first year that the SLV has reported for this Key Indicator. Improvements were also reported for cataloguing all generations of newspaper microfilm onto the NBD, with five libraries reporting that all microfilm was catalogued in this way. While all digitised newspapers delivered through Trove are catalogued on the NBD according to the current guidelines, digitised newspapers which are not delivered through Trove remain largely uncatalogued.
ANPlan libraries continue to engage with public libraries and the general public about ANDP, missing newspapers and the libraries’ role in collecting, preserving and providing access to newspapers.
Some ANPlan libraries are actively pursuing activities relating to the collection of digital pre-press electronic copies of newspapers.
ANPlan libraries report 7 significant newspaper finds in 2011/12. These are listed in Appendix B.
Over 2011/12, a major newspaper related project was undertaken at the State Library of Queensland (SLQ) when the Queensland Parliamentary Library (QPL) donated 110 linear metres of Queensland newspapers to SLQ. The collection, containing 22 titles, in various states of condition and completeness, was assessed with a focus on finding issues missing from the SLQ collection and/or replacing bound SLQ volumes with the QPL equivalent if in better condition. Sixty-six percent of the volumes were integrated into the SLQ collection over eight months.
In Tasmania, the Mercury moved from its premises in Macquarie Street to smaller offices in Salamanca resulting in the closure of its library. Staff from the Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office (TAHO) worked with the Mercury's library staff during early 2012 to identify material for transfer to TAHO. This transfer—which included card indexes, subject files, and original photographs as well as selected hard copy newspapers—was completed in July 2012.
|entirely missing||0||2||not known||39||33||0||0||not known||0|
|with significant portions missing||>10||>10||9||10||36||20||4||not known||0|
The titles of newspapers which are known to be missing or have missing portions are published on ANPlan’s website.
ANPlan libraries reported 8 new newspapers commencing publication from July 2011 to June 2012 (this included 3 changed titles); and 4 newspapers ceasing publication. The titles of these newspapers are given in Appendix C.
 A ‘significant’ portion is not generally defined by the amount of material which is missing but by its significance to the total collection. The SLNSW has reported titles which have more than 20 missing years.
The percentage of their state/territory’s hard copy newspaper titles which ANPlan libraries estimate they have been able to microfilm ranges from 45 to 97% across those states/territories reporting. Over the past year, this estimated percentage has risen most markedly for SA (from 62 to 79%) and ACT (from 62 to 80%) newspapers, with a small increase reported for NSW newspapers. This is the first year that data has been collected for Victorian newspapers. The percentage of these microfilmed newspapers which have been filmed to current preservation standards is very high for most states and territories. The standard of filming of the national newspapers is not known (because portions were completed before 1985 when current standards were widely adopted); however, a project to investigate the standard of microfilming is planned for 2012/13.
A list of Australian newspaper titles microfilmed in 2011/12 is given in Appendix D.
|% microfilmed June 2012||80||97||95||55||79||95||45||50||60|
|% microfilmed to current standards||78||96.03||95||55||79||95||25||50||0|
|% microfilmed June 2009||25||95||95||60||60||95||45||60|
|% microfilmed June 2010||53||96||95||60||60||95||45||60|
|% microfilmed June 2011||62||96.8||95||55||62||95||50||60|
|% microfilmed June 2012||80||97||95||55||79||95||45||50||60|
Five Year Plan reporting: Of the 89 ‘at risk’ newspapers listed in the Five Year Plan (2010-2015; Appendix A), 87 have been microfilmed, one has been filmed for part of the designated date range and one is yet to be filmed.
Key Indicator 4: Digitisation
The number of digitised newspapers which are being made accessible through Trove has been steadily growing, reaching 282 at the end of June 2012. A comparison of the total number of newspapers accessible through Trove in June 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 is shown graphically below.
Titles of all Australian newspapers known to be digitised at 30 June 2012 are given in Appendices E (titles accessible through Trove) and F (titles known to be digitised but not available through Trove). Over 2011/12, the total number of newspapers which have been digitised, but are not available through Trove, is 50 (last year: 52).
This year, the NLA undertook a short project which aimed to examine the issues associated with digitising community language newspapers. The following newspapers, amounting to approximately 12,000 pages, were delivered through Trove: Adelaider Deutsche Zeitung (1851 and 1860-62); Suedaustralische Zeitung/ Südaustralische Zeitung (1850-1851); Süd-Australische Zeitung (1860-1874); Il Giornale Italiano(1932-1940); and Meie Kodu(1949-1954). A report analysing the issues, considerations and specifications for digitisation of community language newspapers was prepared and recommendations for future work in this area were developed.
Five year plan reporting: A goal of the current Five Year Plan (Appendix A) is to contribute all digitised newspaper content to the ANDP as outlined in the NLA’s Contributor Guidelines. That the number of newspapers digitised outside this framework has not increased indicates the success of ANPlan libraries’ endeavours to communicate the benefits of digitising newspapers through the ANDP.
|accessible through Trove||5||58||8||37||17||27||106||24||0|
|not accessible through Trove||0||1||1||1||13||4||30||0||0|
Another goal of the current Five Year Plan is to provide and maintain digital access to those titles and corresponding date ranges listed in the ANDP, Phase 1. Of the 107 titles listed, 102 have been completed and the other five will be investigated further with a view to digitisation in the near future.
Replacing unstable acetate microfilm with polyester film is one of the strategies which ANPlan libraries have been using to preserve access to their newspaper collections. A number of ANPlan libraries have now completed acetate duplication projects for their first generation newspaper microform collections or hold no acetate master microfilm. These are NTL, State Library of New South Wales (SLNSW), State Library of South Australia (SLSA) and SLT. The SLWA replaced 680 reels of acetate first generation acetate masters in 2011/12 and the SLV replaced 67 reels. The titles of these reels are given in Appendix G. The SLQ and NLA will undertake an audit of masters in 2012/13 to confirm that no acetate masters are held.
Key Indicator 6: Storing hard copy newspapers
ANPlan libraries are generally able to store the hard copy newspapers which they hold primary responsibility for under ANPlan under environmental conditions which they consider to be optimal. Two libraries report that they are unable to store 100% of their newspapers ideally. This is identical to responses these libraries gave last year. The environmental conditions under which newspapers are stored are reported in the table beneath the graph. These conditions vary somewhat with reported storage temperatures ranging from 15±2 °C to 23±2 °C and humidity ranging from 35±5 to 50±10 %RH. All data refers to newspapers which libraries hold primary responsibility for under ANPlan—newspapers published in their state/territory.
|ACT Her. Lib.||NLA||NTL||SLNSW||SLQ||SLSA||SLT||SLV||SLWA|
|ACT Heritage Library||NLA||NTL||SLNSW||SLQ||SLSA||SLT||SLV||SLWA|
|temp.(°C)||22±2||15±2; 20±2||21±2||23±2||21±2||21±2||20±2; 19±1||20±2||20±2|
|humid. (%RH)||50±5||35±5; 50±5||50±5||50±5||50±5||50±5||50±10[9; |
Key Indicator 7: Storing 1st generation microfilm masters
All ANPlan libraries are able to store all of their first generation newspaper microfilm masters under environmental conditions which they consider to be optimal to preserve permanent access. However, there are differences between these reported conditions, which are listed in the table beneath the graph below, with temperatures ranging from 8±1 °C to17±2 °C and humidity ranging from 32-35 to 50±5 %RH. Six libraries (NLA, NTL, SLNSW, SLSA, SLV and SLWA) store preservation masters in the NLA’s cold store. All data refers to the newspaper titles which libraries hold primary responsibility for under ANPlan.
|ACT Her. Lib.||NLA||NTL||SLNSW||SLQ||SLSA||SLT||SLV||SLWA|
|% microfilm titles||100||100||100||100||100||100||100||100||100|
|humid. (%RH)||35±5||35±5||35±5; |
Key Indicator 8: Control of microfilm masters
The vast majority of Australian newspaper microfilm masters are owned by ANPlan libraries.
The SLSA reports that it owns masters for all microfilmed titles from South Australia and the NLA reports that it owns masters for all microfilmed titles from the ACT.
Both the SLWA and NTL report not owning all masters for 1 title. Both these titles are catalogued on the NBD with the location of masters recorded.
The NLA reports that it does not own the complete set of masters for four of the five national titles. All of these titles have been catalogued onto the NBD with the location of the masters recorded.
The SLNSW identifies approximately 120 titles with a portion of the masters owned by the University of New England which will be acquired by the SLNSW. The SLQ estimates that masters for six Queensland titles are not owned by the SLQ. The SLT has identified three Tasmanian titles which it does not own the microfilm masters for. These titles have not been catalogued onto the NBD.
No data for this Key Indicator was available from the SLV.
Key Indicator 9: Cataloguing hard copy newspaper titles
Most Australian newspapers (hard copy) are accessible through the NBD and most libraries report that catalogue records for newspapers published in their state/territory include detailed and up-to-date holdings information. This data is largely unchanged from last year. Libraries reported only on the newspapers which they hold primary responsibility for under ANPlan.
|ACT Her. Lib.||NLA||NTL||SLNSW||SLQ||SLSA||SLT||SLV||SLWA|
|% newspapers on NBD||100||100||100||100||100||100||45||75||100|
|% newspapers on NBD with detailed and up-to-date holdings information||100||100||15||100||100||100||20||75||100|
Key Indicator 10: Cataloguing 1st generation microfilm masters
Six ANPlan libraries confirm that 100% of their first generation newspaper microfilm masters are catalogued according to the guidelines which were developed in consultation with all ANPlan libraries in 2006. For the SLT and NTL, this is an increase from 0% and 15% reported last year. This is the first year that the SLV has reported for this Key Indicator. The SLNSW reports an increase from 65% to 70% first generation microfilm masters catalogued according to the guidelines.
Key Indicator 11: Cataloguing microfilm
The extent to which ANPlan libraries have been able to adopt the revised guidelines for all microfilmed titles (including all generations of microfilm) and with holdings attached to the correct format and generation varies across the ANPlan libraries. Libraries have again reported only on newspaper titles which they hold primary responsibility for under ANPlan.
Five year plan reporting: A goal of the current Five Year Plan is to ensure that all generations of newspaper microfilm titles which ANPlan libraries hold responsibility for are catalogued onto the NBD, according to the microform cataloguing guidelines developed by ANPlan libraries in 2006, with holdings attached to the correct format and generation. Significant progress has been made over 2011/12, with five libraries (NLA, NTL, SLSA, SLT and SLWA) now reporting that their microfilm is catalogued in this way. For the SLT and NTL, this is an increase from 0% and 15%, respectively, reported last year. The SLNSW reports an increase from 65% to 70% of all generations of microfilm catalogued according to the guidelines.
Another goal of the Five Year Plan is to ensure that all digitised newspapers are catalogued onto the NBD, according to Libraries Australia's Guidelines for Cataloguing Remote Electronic Resources. The NLA reports that all completed digitised newspapers in Trove have a catalogue record of this type. Digitised newspapers which are not delivered through Trove remain largely uncatalogued.
|% 1st generation microfilm masters||100||100||70||0||100||100||100||100|
|% all microfilm titles||100||100||70||10||100||100||0||100|
 While it is not possible to list all individual issue gaps on Libraries Australia, detailed holdings means that any significant gaps are recorded as well as accurate start and end dates. If holdings change, then holdings on the NBD are amended to reflect this.
Investigation of the issues associated with collecting pre-press electronic versions of Australian newspapers as a preservation/access strategy including the cost-effectiveness of this strategy.
The SLSA developed a funding bid, Stop Press! Collaborating with newspaper publishers to preserve access to South Australia's contemporary newspapers in the digital age that was forwarded to SLSA's lead agency in October 2011. While funding has not been forthcoming to date, the exercise raised awareness and support for this activity within SLSA and the Library’s Reformatting Coordinator, Lindy Bohrnsen, will visit Singapore in August 2012 to view and evaluate competing brands of Microfilm Archive Writers being used in cultural institutions.
The SLQ met with a major Queensland newspaper publisher to discuss opportunities for the deposit of pre-press digital newspapers. A business case, including a benefits and cost benefit analysis, is now being developed to clarify a proposal to the publisher.
Working through networks with public libraries to raise awareness of and knowledge about ANPlan, including how to contribute to the ANDP. Facilitating contributions from local libraries and organisations to the service, as outlined in the Contributor Guidelines and raising awareness of funding strategies that may be available for newspaper digitisation projects.
The NLA continues to provide updates on newspaper titles which have been newly digitised through the ANDP to various types of libraries including public and university libraries, historical societies, museums, family history and local studies groups via the ANPlan libraries’ networks and other channels of distribution. These updates identify contributed titles and contributors.
Many of the ANPlan libraries continue to provide vital support for ANPlan and the ANDP by liaising, especially with their public libraries, on newspaper digitisation enquiries and supporting the program by providing advice and assistance to contributors. The SLNSW has provided advice and support to Bourke, Gilgandra, Kiama and Orange public libraries which received Country Libraries Fund grants for newspaper digitisation.
ANPlan meetings were held in November 2011 and in June 2012 (by teleconference).
General publicity about ANPlan libraries’ role in collecting, preserving and providing access to newspapers has been through the libraries’ distribution of publicity material, talks, presentations, media releases, interviews and reports.
In addition to providing email updates on newly digitised newspaper titles through a variety of distribution channels, the NLA also contributes items about newspapers recently added to Trove through the Library’s monthly eNews.
In association with Communications and Marketing at the NLA, the following publicity and communication activities were undertaken regarding the digitisation of community language newspapers:
The NLA’s publicity and communication activities resulted in:
Other publicity included:
At the SLNSW, the Lifelong Learning Workshop, 'Reading yesterday's news' is regularly run to provide clients with hands-on research skills on searching newspapers in the SLNSW catalogue and in Trove. Jerelynn Brown’s paper, 'Tabloids in the State Library of NSW collection: a reflection of life in Australia', was published in the Australian journal of communication, Vol. 38 (2) 2011.
The Dawn: a journal for Australian women (1888-1905) from the Library’s collection was digitised and made available via Trove to celebrate International Women’s Day on 8 March 2012.
The NLA and other ANPlan libraries continue to receive enquiries and offers of newspaper material from members of the public.
The 2011-12 Marketing strategy for ANPlan at the SLSA focused on missing newspapers, and in particular early South Australian newspapers published in languages other than English. The key activity was a presentation by Professor Dr. George Karanakis (Charles Sturt University). This presentation was a collaboration between SLSA and the Adelaide Hellenic Cultural Festival – Odyssey Festival (5-22 October 2011). The following promotional activities supported the presentation on 18 October at the Olympic Hall in Adelaide:
The SLQ promotes Search and rescue via the Local Studies Discussion list set up to communicate with the local studies community in libraries in Queensland. Posters and flyers requesting the donation of old and significant newspapers continue to be displayed.
The NTL continues to display posters and flyers requesting the donation of historic newspapers. The Historical Society of the Northern Territory included the Missing newspapers flyer in their newsletter.
That the report be noted.
Established in the early 1990s, the Australian Newspaper Plan (ANPlan) aims to ensure that newspapers published in Australia are collected and preserved for permanent access.
ANPlan is a cooperative initiative of National and State Libraries Australasia (NSLA). It relies on collaboration between Australia's national, state and territory libraries. The National Library of New Zealand has observer status.
Under ANPlan, primary responsibility for a newspaper rests with the ANPlan library in the state or territory of the newspaper's origin. The National Library of Australia shares responsibility for ACT newspapers with the ACT Heritage Library (ACTHL) and has assumed responsibility for a number of newspapers that are national in scope, coverage and distribution.
The Australian partners report to NSLA annually against a set of Key Indicators in the areas of collecting, preserving and providing access to newspapers. ANPlan’s second Five Year Plan (2010-1015) is intended to provide impetus to ANPlan libraries’ endeavours in those areas which are not currently well met. It is also intended to provide focus to current efforts to address certain key ‘at risk’ newspapers and to ANPlan libraries’ outreach activities.
A minor review was undertaken in early 2013 and actions related to digital collecting were added.
ANPlan libraries will continue to enlist the help of community groups and the public in finding missing newspapers. The following goal has been identified for July 2010 – June 2015:
1. To identify all Australian newspapers which are entirely missing, in any format, from the national collection held within the ANPlan libraries, or for which substantial portions are missing.
2. To investigate the technical and access issues associated with collecting the following two categories of Australian digital newspapers, for both their full-text content and the “look-and-feel”:
a. digital newspapers which are not associated with a printed version (see Appendix 2). This action will likely involve a collaboration with web archiving staff in each of the ANPlan libraries;
b. pre-press digital files used for production of hard copy newspapers;
and keeping a ‘watching brief’ on those categories of Australian digital newspapers and news material which are not currently being addressed through ANPlan.
For some ANPlan libraries, preservation microfilming remains a key strategy for preserving permanent access to Australian newspapers. ANPlan libraries will continue to preserve their newspaper collections through preservation microfilming, re-filming poorly filmed material, copying from acetate microfilm to stable polyester microfilm, computer output microfilming as well as through digitisation.
ANPlan libraries will aim to store all newspapers (hard copy and microform masters) under optimal physical and environmental conditions to preserve ongoing access and take steps to ensure permanent access to those newspapers whose microfilm preservation masters are not currently owned by the ANPlan libraries responsible for these titles (e.g. by ensuring that there are catalogue records for these titles or by negotiating transfer of custody).
The following preservation goals have been identified for July 2010 – June 2015:
3. To preserve, for permanent access, the significant ‘at risk’ newspapers listed (in Appendix 4 of this document).
4. To develop guidelines for the storage of newspapers which outline the impact of environmental conditions on the longevity of newspapers and which include critical factors which influence libraries’ ability to provide permanent access to newspapers.
5. To develop guidelines and standards for digitising newspapers for preservation purposes and to influence the development and promote the adoption of best practice guidelines in digital preservation to ensure permanent access to digitised and digital newspapers.
To ensure that Australian newspapers are universally accessible, ANPlan libraries will endeavour to catalogue all newspapers (hard copy, all generations of microfilm and digitised) onto the national bibliographic database, including detailed and up-to-date holdings information.
The following goals relating to newspaper access have been identified for July 2010 – June 2015:
6. To ensure that all generations of newspaper microfilm titles which ANPlan libraries hold responsibility for are catalogued onto the national bibliographic database, according to the microform cataloguing guidelines developed by ANPlan libraries in 2006, with holdings attached to the correct format and generation.
7. To ensure that all digitised newspapers are catalogued onto the national bibliographic database, according to the Guidelines for Cataloguing Remote Electronic Resources.
8. To provide and maintain digital access to those titles and corresponding date ranges listed in the Australian Newspapers Digitisation Program, Phase 1.
9. To contribute all digitised newspaper content to the Australian newspapers service as outlined in the National Library’s Contributor Guidelines.
ANPlan libraries will continue to participate, as they are able, to raise awareness in the community of the role of libraries in collecting, preserving and providing access to newspapers.
The following goal relating to outreach has been identified for July 2010 – June 2015:
10. ANPlan libraries will work through their networks with public libraries to raise awareness of and knowledge about the national infrastructure which exists for collecting, preserving and providing access to Australian newspapers including how to contribute to and use the Australian newspapers service. ANPlan libraries will play a key role in facilitating contributions from local libraries and organisations to the service, as outlined in the Australian newspapers service Contributor Guidelines, and in raising awareness of funding strategies that may be available for newspaper digitisation projects.
APPENDIX 1: DEFINITION OF A NEWSPAPER
New South Wales
APPENDIX 3: DEFINITION OF AN 'AT RISK' NEWSPAPER
A newspaper which has not been microfilmed may be considered to be ‘at risk’ if the hardcopy:
If the newspaper title has been microfilmed and the microfilm:
the newspaper may also be considered to be ‘at risk’.
APPENDIX 4: SIGNIFICANT 'AT RISK' NEWSPAPERS
Blyth Agriculturalist 1912-1969 (State Library of South Australia; SLSA)
Copper Age 1906-1908 (SLSA)
Daily Herald 1910-1924 (SLSA)
Evening Journal/Journal/Saturday Journal 1869-1923 (SLSA)
Glenelg Guardian 1914-1936 (SLSA)
Jamestown Star and Farmers' Journal 1903-1946 (SLSA)
Mining Standard 1904-1909 (SLSA)
South Australian [South Australian Liberal Federation] 1925-1929 (SLSA)
South Australian Times 1883-1885 (SLSA)
Transcontinental January-June 1951 (SLSA)
Wakefield Sun 1910-1912 (SLSA)
West Australian 1955-1972 (State Library of Western Australia; SLWA)
West Suburban Echo 1923-1924 (SLSA)
West Torrens Gazette 1913-1914 (SLSA)
Adelaide Aeroplane 1919-1920 (SLSA)
Adelaide City Reporter 1984 (SLSA)
Adelaide Echo 1877 (SLSA)
Adelaide Electric Tramways Journal 1911 (SLSA)
Adelaide Times 1984 (SLSA)
Adelaide Truth, the People's Popular Paper, to no Party Tied 1906 (SLSA)
Arab Orient 1979 (SLSA)
Ardrossan News 1911 (SLSA)
Bridge Mercury 1984-1986 (SLSA)
Broughton Echo 1887-1888 (SLSA)
City of Adelaide Times 1955 (SLSA)
Clarion 1980 (SLSA)
Deltion Pharoy 1935- 1936 (SLSA)
Desert Sun (Port Pirie, SA) 1973-1974 (SLSA)
Direct Action 1928-1930 (SLSA)
District Reflector 1921-1922 (SLSA)
Eagle 1894 (SLSA)
East Suburban Advocate 1919 (SLSA)
Eastern Star 1937 (SLSA)
Eastern Trader 1925 (SLSA)
Enfield - Prospect Gazette 1986-1987 (SLSA)
Free Press 1895 (SLSA)
Gateway 1946 (SLSA)
Glenelg News Pictorial 1964 (SLSA)
Hamley Bridge Express 1908 (SLSA)
Hausfreund 1894 (SLSA)
Illustrated Sport and Drama 1894 (SLSA)
Industrial Solidarity 1920 (SLSA)
Lameroo Weekly News 1922 (SLSA)
McMahon News 1923 (SLSA)
Mining Review and Investors Guide 1896 (SLSA)
Mod Scene 65 1965 (SLSA)
Nation 1981 (SLSA)
New Adelaide Gazette 1933 (SLSA)
Northern Districts Souvenir 1930 (SLSA)
Norwood Advocate 1919 (SLSA)
Norwood Standard 1908 (SLSA)
Our Times 1968 (SLSA)
Port Adelaide Gazette 1930 (SLSA)
Port Adelaide Post Shipping Gazette, Farmers and Commercial Register 1876 (SLSA)
Port Broughton Echo 1887 (SLSA)
Pt Wakefield Times and Balaklava, Hoyleton Blyth and Lochiel Advertiser 1876 (SLSA)
Question Mark Newspaper 1988 (SLSA)
Ratepayer 1939 (SLSA)
Review 1871 (SLSA)
SA Scottish Standard 1966-1967 (SLSA)
South Australian Bulletin 1898 (SLSA)
South Coast News 1965 (SLSA)
South Coast Sports News 1969 (SLSA)
South Sider (Panorama, SA) 1985 (SLSA)
Southern Freeman (Port Elliot, SA) 1889 (SLSA)
Southern Star 1894 (SLSA)
Southern Suburban Recorder 1928 (SLSA)
Sporting Bulletin 1898-1899 (SLSA)
Standard 1894, 1896 (SLSA)
Star (Stirling, SA) 1983 (SLSA)
Sturt Telephone 1894 (SLSA)
Sunday Mail 1985-1991 (SLSA)
Sunday Times 1904 (SLSA)
Teetulpa News and Golden Age 1887 (SLSA)
Thursday Review - A Weekly Journal of Politics, Literature, Science and Art 1860-1861 (SLSA)
Traders' Courier and Free Lance 1878-1879 (SLSA)
Tribune 1875-1876 (SLSA)
Truth 1890 (SLSA)
Truth 1915-1917 (SLSA)
Truth 1928, 1934 (SLSA)
Turf Review 1937 (SLSA)
Unley Review 1919-1920 (SLSA)
Voice of Pontos 1983 (SLSA)
Warrigal Review ('Being an account of the Voyage of the Steam Troopship Warrigal from Adelaide to Durban, 4th to 27 April, 1901') (Natal, South Africa) 1901 (SLSA)
Weekly Mail 1863 (SLSA)
Western People and Tumby Bay Times 1912 (1901)
Western Times 1924 (SLSA)
Willunga Bulletin 1909 (SLSA)
Adelaide Hills producer and gazette (Stirling West) 1931-1932 (SLSA)
Adelaide News (Adelaide) Aug 1920-Apr 1921 (SLSA)
Area express (Cleve) 1959-1960 (SLSA)
Area express and farmers journal (Booyoolee) 1929-1948 (SLSA)
Broughton Star (Snowtown) 1909-1912 (SLSA)
Challenger (Port Lincoln) 1932-1934 (SLSA)
Christian Colonist(Adelaide)1878-1894 (SLSA)
City of Moorabbin News (Cheltenham/Moorabin) 1950-1976 (SLV)
Clarion (Yorketown) Jun 1902-May 1931 (SLSA)
Croydon mail and Mount Dandenong advertiser (Ringwood) 1924-1939 (SLV)
Daylight (Adelaide) 1919-1928 (SLSA)
Evening Post (Adelaide)Feb 1909-Jun 1913 (SLSA)
Examiner (Kilmore) 1858-1867 (SLV)
Express (Adelaide)1946-1951 (SLSA)
Express and Journal (Adelaide)1929-1945 (SLSA)
Express and Telegraph war edition (Adelaide)1916-1917 (SLSA)
Farmer (Moonta) 1933-1947 (SLSA)
Footscray Mail (Footscray) 1924-1994 (SLV)
Glenelg Leader (Glenelg) 1938-1940 (SLSA)
Glenelg news, Brighton and Seacliff advocate/Glenelg News (Glenelg) 1923-1924 (SLSA)
Jeparit Leader (Jeparit) 1893-1988 (SLV)
Journal (Adelaide) 1912-1923 (SLSA)
Korumburra Times (Korumburra) 1892-1973 (SLV)
Liberal leader (Adelaide) 1918-1925 (SLSA)
Maffra Spectator (Maffra) 1921-1981 (SLV)
Mid north courier (Riverton) 1928-1942 (SLSA)
Moira Independent (Moira) 1883-1938 (SLV)
Mordialloc City News (Mordialloc) 1926-1966 (SLV)
New Adelaide News (Adelaide) 1919-1921 (SLSA)
Northern district times (North Adelaide) 1937-1938 (SLSA)
Northern Review 1949-1970 (SLSA)
Northern sportsman (Rose Park) 1924-1931 (SLSA)
Norwood News (Norwood) 1927-1928 (SLSA)
Oakleigh and Caulfield Times (Oakleigh) 1923-1965 (SLV)
Orroroo enterprise (Orroroo) 1935-1970 (SLSA)
Pasquin 1867-1870 (SLSA)
Rochester Irrigator (Rochester) 1912-1969 (SLV)
Quiz/Quiz and the Sporting Life (Adelaide) 1910-1914 (SLSA)
Sandringham News (Sandringham) 1946-1971 (SLV)
Saturday express (Adelaide)1914-1929 (SLSA)
Seymour Telegraph (Seymour) 1890-1955 (SLV)
Shepparton Advertiser (Shepparton) 1921-1953 (SLV)
South Australian farmer (Moonta) 1948-1968 (SLSA)
South Australian Sentinel (Adelaide) Oct 1886-Nov 1889 (SLSA)
South Australian Weekly dispatch (Adelaide)1853-1855 (SLSA)
South Australian worker (Adelaide) 1924-1959 (SLSA)
Southern Yorkes Peninsula Clarion (Yorketown) Feb-May 1902 (SLSA)
Southerner (Woodside) 1905-1906 (SLSA)
Stawell Times (Stawell) 1888-1961 (SLV)
Unley City Star (Unley) 1938-1940 (SLSA)
Wallaroo wheatsheaf (Wallaroo) 1911-1921 (SLSA)
Warragul Guardian (Warragul) 1901-1974 (SLV)
Weekly news, sports record and licenced victuallers gazette/Weekly News (Adelaide) 1903-1918 (SLSA)
Welfare times (Adelaide) 1924-1925 (SLSA)
West Adelaide News (Adelaide) Apr 1921 - Dec 1921 (SLSA)
Western Mail (Ceduna) 1928-1930 (SLSA)
West Torrens News (Adelaide)Sep 1912, 1919-1921 (SLSA)
Yorkes Peninsula farmer (Moonta) 1923-1933 (SLSA)
Advocate (Coffs Harbour) 1991-1995 (Wed.& Sat.; 30 reels) donated to the SLNSW by the Coffs Harbour Regional Museum.
District reporter (Nov. 2002-Dec. 2011; 9 reels) donated to the SLNSW by the publisher.
Gilgandra weekly & Castlereagh (pre-1949) back issues prior to 1949 were donated by the Editor/General Manager of the Gilgandra Weekly newspaper, and part owner of Gilgandra Newspapers Pty Ltd, Mrs Marion Ferrier.
Maitland Mail (20 Dec. 1909). In November 2011 country newspaper historian Kym Tilbrook alerted Anthony Laube to a framed copy of page 1 of Vol. 1 No. 2 (20 December 1909) edition of the Maitland Mail on display in the office of the current Yorke Peninsula Country Times. This title had been on the missing list of the SLSA for many years. Following a letter from Beth Robertson, SLSA, about ANPlan, the publisher's staff tracked down a photocopy of all four pages of the edition held by the local branch of the National Trust, which kindly lent it to SLSA for microfilming after determining that there was no record of who held the original.
Myall Coast nota (1997-1999) loaned to the SLNSW for filming from the Tea Gardens Hawks Nest Family Research Group.
Nota (Hawks Nest, N.S.W.; 1970-1996) loaned to the SLNSW for filming from the Tea Gardens Hawks Nest Family Research Group.
Southern star (Moruya, N.S.W.; May 1970-July 1989; 61 reels) donated to the SLNSW by Moruya and District Historical Society.
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-).
ACT : official journal of the Council of Parents and Citizens' Association of the A.C.T., 1963-1967 (1 reel)
Belconnen News, 1977 (1 reel)
Belconnen's Leisure Time Post, 1987-1988 (1 reel)
Canberra Shopper, 1976 (1 reel)
Canberra Travel Times Magazine, 1981-1982 (1 reel)
Hard Road/Union Fare, 1987-1990 (1 reel)
Making a Home in Canberra, 1976-1979 (1 reel)
Newsletter (Learning Exchange Society of Canberra)/Exchange : a monthly newspaper for the sharing of information, ideas, 1975-1976, 1978 (1 reel)
Queanbeyan Chronicle, 1996-2008 (36 reels)
Southern Tourist, 1984-1987 (1 reel)
Students' notes/Canberra University College Students Association/Woroni : journal of the Canberra University College Students Club, 1947-2007 (8 reels)
The Sanctuary, 1956-1962 (1 reel)
Valley Voice, 1983-1987 (1 reel)
All current newspapers microfilmed systematically. No newspapers require retrospective filming.
In addition to the systematic microfilming of all current newspapers, the following retrospective titles were filmed:
Akropolis = Acropolis Mar-May 1980 (1 reel)
Advocate (Coffs Harbour) 1991-1995 (Wed & Sat) (30 reels)
The advocate/Gulargambone advocate Jun 1925-Dec 1926 (1 reel)
Ariah Park news Jun 1931-Apr 1940 (1 reel)
Castlereagh (Gilgandra, N.S.W.) Jan 1928-Oct 1929 (1 reel)
Cretan news = Kritika nea Feb-May 1980 (1 reel)
Construction 1951 (1 reel)
Daily (Mosman, N.S.W.) Jan-Jun 1923 (1 reel)
District reporter Nov 2002-Dec 2011 (9 reels)
Gilgandra weekly (1942) Oct 1915-Nov 1968 (17 reels)
Hoju-Dong-A Nov 1992-Jan 1993 (3 reels)
Il Giornale Italiano Jul 1927-Jan. 1930 (2 reels)
Layman Prompter Jan-Mar 1850 (1 reel)
Literary news Aug 1837-May 1846 (1 reel)
Mendooran & Merrygoen news Feb-Jul 1929 (1 reel)
Myall Coast Nota Jan 1998-Aug 1999 (1 reel)
Nota Apr 1970-Dec 1997 (7 reels)
Penny Saturday journal Jan-May 1846 (1 reel)
Southern star May 1970-Jul 1989 (61 reel)
Wagga Wagga advertiser and Riverine reporter Jan-Dec 1871 (1 reel)
The Western weekender - Hawkesbury Feb 2008-Jan 2009 (2 reels)
Advocate (Ayr) 1 Jan 2010-30 Dec 2011 (3 reels)
Beaudesert Times 5 Jan-28 Dec 2011 (3 reels)
Bundaberg Newsmail 1 Apr 2011-31 Dec 2011 (18 reels)
Cairns Post 1 Apr 2011-31 Mar 2012 (36 reels)
Central Telegraph (Biloela) 1 Jan 2010-31 Dec 2010 (3 reels)
Daily Mercury (Mackay) 1 Apr 2011-31 Dec 2011 (18 reels)
Daily News (Warwick) 1 Jul 2009-31 Mar 2012 (33 reels)
Dalby Herald 5 Jan 1971-29 Jun 1971 (1 reel)
Fraser Coast Chronicle (Maryborough Edition) 1 Apr 2011- 31 Mar 2012 (24 reels)
Gladstone Observer 16 Apr 2011-30 Sep 2011 (11 reels)
Gold Coast Bulletin (Southport) 1 Apr 2011- 29 Feb 2012 (44 reels)
Gympie Times 1 Jan 2011- 31 Mar 2012 (15 reels)
Isis Town & Country 1 Jan 2009-30 Dec 2010 (4 reels)
Jimboomba Times 7 Jul 2010-28 Dec 2011 (9 reels)
Longreach Leader 1 Jan 2010- 30 Dec 2011 (2 reels)
Nambour Weekly 7 Jan 2009-29 Dec 2010 (6 reels)
Newsmail (Bundaberg) 2 Jan 2012 – 31 Mar 2012 (6 reels)
North Queensland Register (Townsville) 6 May 2010-30 Dec 2010 (2 reels)
Observer (Home Hill) 1 Jan 2009-30 Dec 2010 (2 reels)
Queensland Country Life 1 Jan 2009-30 Dec 2010 (19 reels)
Queensland Times (Ipswich) 1 Apr 2011- 31 Mar 2012 (24 reels)
Rockhampton & Fitzroy News 6 Jan 2010-29 Dec 2010 (2 reels)
Rural Weekly (Toowoomba) 1 Jan 2010-31 Dec 2010 (2 reels)
Sunshine Coast Daily 1 Jan 2011-31 Dec 2011 (28 reels)
Torres News 5 Jan 2011-28 Dec 2011 (1 reels)
Townsville Bulletin 1 Apr 2011-1 Jan 2012 (27 reels)
Warrego Watchman 8 Jul 2009-29 Dec 2011 (2 reels)
Western Times (Charleville) 1 Jan 2009-30 Dec 2010 (2 reels)
Whitsunday Times (Airlie Beach) 6 Jul 1988-28 Dec 1988 (1 reel)
The following titles were microfilmed by SLSA as part of its routine microfilming program:
Advertiser Jul 2011-Jun 2012 (36 reels)
Sunday Mail Jul 2011-Jun 2012 (12 reels)
SA Messenger Press and regional South Australian titles 2010 (136 reels)
The following retrospective titles were also microfilmed:
Adelaide Central times 20 May 1955-29 Jun 1956 (1 reel)
Adelaide times Feb - Nov 1984 (1 reel)
Adelaide Truth Jun 1915 (1 reel)
Arab Orient 6 Jun - 5 Sep 1979 (1 reel)
Bridge Observer 1971-1976 (5 reels)
Broughton echo Dec 1887-July 1888 (1 reel)
City of Adelaide times Apr-May 1955 (1 reels)
Courier (Mt Barker) 1969 (1 reel)
Deltion Pharoy Dec 1935 - Jan 1936 (1 reel)
East suburban advocate Aug - Dec 1919 (1 reel)
Enfield - Prospect gazette Oct 1986-Apr 1987 (1 reel)
Free Press 19 Jan - 3 Aug 1895 (1 reel; refilmed)
Gateway Aug-Nov 1946 (1 reel)
Glenelg news pictorial May-Sept 1964 (1 reel)
Hamley Bridge express Oct 1908 (1 reel)
Maitland Mail and CentralYorke Peninsula Advocate 20 December 1909 (1 reel)
New Adelaide Gazette Sep - Dec 1933 (1 reel)
Norwood Advocate Jun-Aug 1919 (1 reel)
Pharos Feb-May 1936 (1 reel)
Port Adelaide gazette Jan - May 1930 (1 reel)
Port Broughton echo Nov 1887 (1 reel)
South Australian bulletin Sep - Oct 1898 (1 reel)
Southern suburban recorder Oct - Dec 1928 (1 reel)
Sporting bulletin Oct 1898- Feb 1899 (1 reel)
Thursday Review - a weekly journal of politics, literature, science and art 5 Jan 1860- 26 Dec 1861 (1 reel)
Truth Sep-Dec 1890 (1 reel)
Truth 19 Aug 1916 - 17 Feb 1917, 15 Sept 1928, 13 Jan 1934 (1 reel)
Voice of Pontos Jan-Apr 1983 (1 reel)
Miscellaneous broadsheet titles filmed on 1 reel:
Adelaide aeroplane 14 Nov 1919 - 20 Feb 1920
Adelaide electric tramways journal 17 Mar 1911
Ardrossan News 3 Feb - 7 Jul 1911
Direct Action May 1928 - Nov 1930
District reflector 1 Oct 1921 - 1 Feb 1922
Eagle 15, 22, 29 Sep 1894
Hausfreund 3 May 1894
Industrial Solidarity Feb - Dec 1920
McMahon news 29 Jan 1923
Mining review and investors guide 12 Aug 1896
Mod Scene 65 8 Oct 1965
Norwood Standard 19 June - 5 Sep 1908
Port Adelaide post shipping gazette, farmers and commercial register 22 Jul 1876
Standard 3 May 1894, 13 Apr 1896
Sturt telephone 23 Apr 1894
Sunday times 03-Dec-1904
Traders' courier and free lance Feb 1878-Oct 1879
Tribune 15 Oct 1875 - 15 Jan 1876
Warrigal review 27 Apr 1901
Weekly Mail 16 May 1863
Western People and Tumb Bay times 19 Jun, 26 Jun, 3 Jul 1912
Western times 3 Jul - 2 Oct 1924
Willunga Bulletin 1909
Miscellaneous tabloid titles pre-1950 filmed on 1 reel
Adelaide echo Sep- Oct 1877
Adelaide truth the people's popular paper, to no party tied Nov 1906
Eastern Star Jul-Aug 1937
Eastern trader Feb-May 1925
Illustrated sport and drama Apr 1894
Lameroo weekly news Jun 1922
Moonta Herald Jan - Feb 1869
Northern districts souvenir May - Jun 1930
Our Times Jun 1868
Pt Wakefield times and Balaklava, Hoyleton Blyth and Lochiel advertiser Aug 1876
Ratepayer Aug 1939
Review Sep 1871
Southern freeman Apr 1889 - Mar 1890
Southern star Feb 1894
Teetulpa news and golden age Feb 1887
Turf review Aug - Sep 1937
Unley review Dec 1919-Jan 1920
Unley Times Aug - Dec 1933
Miscellaneous tabloid titles post 1950 filmed on 1 reel
Adelaide city reporter Jan - Dec 1984
Baysider Jun 1985
Bridge mercury Aug 1984-Mar 1986
Bridge Observer Jul 1982-May 1984
Clarion May-Jun 1980
Courier Mt Barker 1969
Desert sun Dec 1973-Jul 1974
Maitland Mail and Central Yorke Peninsula Advocate Dec 2009
Nation Jul - Nov 1981
Nuriootpa and District Community Diary Nov 1955-Nov 1956
Question mark newspaper Apr - May 1988
SA Scottish standard Nov 1966-Jun 1967
South Coast news Jun 1965
South coast sports news Jun - Jul 1969
South sider Feb - May 1985
Star Feb 1983
Routine annual microfilming:
Kingston Classifieds (Cygnet) 11 Jan 2007 - 23 Dec 2010 (2 reels)
Rossarden Mountain Re-Echo Jan 2003 - Dec 2010 (1 reel)
Southern Midlands News (Tunbridge) Dec 2006 - Dec 2010 (1 reel)
The Standard (Sandy Bay) Feb 2004 - Jan 2005 (1 reel)
Tasman Gazette (Tasman Peninsula) Jan 2008 - Dec 2010 (1 reel)
Tasmanian Business Reporter (Hobart) Jan 2004 - Dec 2010 (1 reel)
Tasmanian Catholic (Sandy Bay) Easter 2005 - Feb 2011 (1 reel)
In addition to current titles, Herald Sun (64 reels) and Weekly Times (5 reels), which are routinely microfilmed, the following titles were microfilmed:
Bellarine Herald 31 Oct 1896-21 Dec 1901 (2 reels)
Bendigo Advertiser Oct 2002-Dec 2004 (27 reels)
Charlton tribune 11 Jan 1957-23 Jan 1981 (8 reels)
Cobram courier Jan 1966-Dec 1975 (5 reels)
Frankston standard 13 Jan 1949-23 Dec 1970 (1968-1969 not published; 26 reels)
Lancefield mercury 7 Jan 1921-21 Dec 1950 (10 reels)
Nhill free press 8 Jan 1951-24 Dec 1970 (20 reels)
Romsey examiner 1 Jan 1921-18 Dec 1952 (8 reels)
Sunraysia daily 1 Jan 2001-31 Dec 2005 (54 reels)
Violet Town sentinel 11 Jan 1921-15 Nov 1957 (11 reels)
Albany Advertiser 28 Oct 2004-4 Aug 2005 (8 reels)
Augusta-Margaret River Mail 29 Jun 2005-25 Jan 2006 (3 reels)
Dampier Despatch 2 Apr 1904-30 Sep 1905 (2 reels)
Great Southern Herald 5 Oct 1901-30 Dec 1925 (21 reels)
Kondinin-Kulin Kourier & Karlgarin Advocate 30 Oct 1926-29 Aug 1941 (7 reels)
Kondinin Wheatlander & Kulin & Karlgarin Gazette 5 Oct 1926-28 Jun 1927 (1 reel)
Manjimup Mail 1 Jul 1927-26 Dec 1957 (15 reels)
Mullewa Mail 7 Jan 1921-12 Dec 1947 (19 reels)
North Eastern Courier 20 Jul 1923-16 Jan 1958 (20 reels)
Post 5 Jan 1993-18 Oct 1994 (8 reels)
Real Estate Post 2 Oct 1992-2 Apr 1993 (1 reel)
Sunday Times 12 Nov 2006- 20 Dec 2009 (80 reels)
Weekly Gazette 22 Feb 1924- 29 Dec 1939 (9 reels)
Yalgoo Observer 7 Jun 1923-11 Jul 1941 (10 reels)
New South Wales
New South Wales
Koori Mail (1991-2011) available on the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies website; catalogued onto Libraries Australia; using metadata from the SLNSW’s Australian Indigenous Index.
Centralian Advocate (1955+) permission for access in Alice Springs Public Library only; not catalogued onto the NBD.
Bowen Independent (1865-2005) not catalogued on the NBD; available only through Bowen Historical Society & Museum on fee for service access.
All titles listed below are currently stored on the SLSA’s electronic storage facility and are not catalogued on the SLSA catalogue or the NBD.
Bell's Life in Adelaide and Sporting Chronicle (April 1861-Mar 1862; 1 reel; approx 700 images)
Border Watch (1910-1912 - digitised from original hardcopy; 1617 images)
County Light Times (1949-1951; 1 reel; approx 700 images)
Kingston Weekly (Mar 1946-Mar 1951; 2 reels; approx 2000 images)
Northern Districts Courier (Aug 1925-Dec 1927; 1 reel; approx 1000 images)
Northern Suburbs Weekly (Oct 1952-Dec 1961; 2 reels; approx 2000 images)
Port Wakefield Monitor (1915-1941; 9 reels; approx 9000 images)
Southern Argus (Mar 1866-1913; 21 reels; 15,928 images) – local access at VHPL
Stanley Herald (1909-1948; 12 reels; approx 12,000 images)
Times (Victor Harbor) (Jan-Apr 1987) – local access at VHPL
Times (Victor Harbor) (May 1987-April 1992; 15 reels approx 15,000 images) – local access at VHPL
Unley Welfare (Aug 1921-Oct 1924; 2 reels; approx 1400 images)
Unley Citizen and Suburban Chronicle (22 June 1906-27 Dec 1912; 3 reels; approx 2100 images)
Victor Harbor Times (1912-1986; 50 reels) – local access at VHPL
Derwent Gazette (1953) accessible online; not catalogued onto NBD
Derwent Valley and Moonah News (1954) accessible online; not catalogued onto NBD
Tasmanian Mail (1890) accessible online; catalogued onto NBD
Weekly Courier (1901 - 1935) accessible online; catalogued onto NBD
All these titles are on DVD, local restricted access only and are not catalogued onto the NBD.
Boort Standard (Jan 1890-Mar 1916, 1926-1951; 19 reels)
Buzz (1933-1948; 1 reel)
Carrum Borough Gazette (Nov 1922-Apr 1929; 2 reels)
Cheltenham Leader (Jul 1887-Jan 1902; 9 reels)
City Chelsea News (1931-1949; 6 reels)
Dandenong Journal (Sept 1965-Dec 1965; 1 reel)
Donald Times (Feb1882-July 1885; 3 reels)
Geelong Times (Oct 1874-1909) – CD-ROM, Geelong Heritage Centre????
Kyabram Free Press (Feb 1892-Dec 1920; 22 reels)
Kyabram Free Press and Rodney and Deakin Shire Advocate (Jan 1921-Dec 1962; 24 reels)
Lilydale Express (June 1886-Feb 1902; Jan 1936- June 1965; 18 reels)
Mentone & Moorabbin Chronicle (Mar 1890-Feb 1895; 2 reels)
Moorabbin News (April 1900-Dec 1950; 17 reels)
Nathalia Herald, (1884-1974, 30 reels)
Nhill Free Press (Oct 1882-Dec 1930; 39 reels)
Numurkah & Nathalia Leader (Apr 1895-Jun 1896; 1 reel)
Numurkah Leader (Mar 1884-Sep 1885; 1 reel)
Numurkah Standard (Jan 1882-Sep 1895; 11 reels)
Powlett Express (Nov 1909-Aug 1969; 21 reels)
Pyramid Hill Advertiser (Mar 1890-Jan 1971; 19 reels)
Ripponshire Advocate (1919-1925; 7 reels; 1934-1994; 19 reels)
Riverine Herald (Echuca), (1863-1884, 23 reels)
Rochester Express (Jan 1874-April 1895; 5 reels)
St Arnaud Mercury (1864-1920; 46 reels)
San Remo Times (Feb 1896-Nov 1898; 1 reel)
Seaside News (Jul 1913-Dec 1922; 3 reels)
Southern Cross (Feb 1871-Jan 1908; 15 reels)
Violet Town Sentinel (1894-1920; 5 reels)
Warracknabeal Herald (1885-1967; 60 reels)
Western Port Times (Dec 1898-Aug 1910; 5 reels)
Belmont Vic Pk Times (14 Mar 1979 – 7 Oct 1981;1 reel)
Bonnie Rock/Lake Brown Mukinbuddin Leader (7 Mar 1934 – 27 Jan 1939; 2 reels)
Coastal Districts Times (16 Dec – 30 June 1977, 7 July 1978 – 31 Dec 1987; 18 reels)
Collie Miner (2 June 1900 – 28 Oct 1916; 8 reels)
Daily News (29 Dec 1978 – 2 Oct 1980, 30 Oct 1980 – 31 May 1984; 156 reels)
East Suburban News (4 Jan 1979 – 29 Dec 1983, 5 Jan – 24 May 1984; 8 reels)
Fremantle & Suburban News (4 Jan – 27 Dec 1979, 8 Jan 1981 – 24 May 1984; 6 reels)
Geraldton Guardian (3 July – 29 Dec 1962, 12 May – 25 Aug 1978; 2 reels)
Geraldton Telegraph (13 June 1984 – 29 May 1985; 2 reels)
Great South News (10 May 1979 – 28 Dec 1983, 3 Jan – 25 Dec 1985; 6 reels)
Independent Monitor (28 Jan 1976 – 27 April 1977; 1 reel)
Kalgoorlie Miner (2 April 1973 – 30 Sept 1981, 9 Mar – 25 Nov 1982; 35 reels)
Living Today (27 Nov 1969 – 24 Feb 1977, 31 Mar 1977 – 27 Mar 1980; 5 reels)
News of the North (2 Jan 1979 – 29 Dec 1983, 2 Jan – 25 Dec 1985; 6 reels)
North Suburban News (3 Jan 1979 – 23 May 1984; 6 reels)
South Suburban News (3 Jan – 27 Dec 1979, 2 Jan 1980 – 28 Dec 1983; 5 reels)
South Suburban News (supplement; 4 Jan – 23 May 1984;1 reel)
South Western Times (18 Sept – 28 Dec 1962, 8 Mar 1973 - 30 Nov 1982; 37 reels)
South Western Tribune (4 Jan 1930 – 30 Jan 1932; 2 reels)
Sunday Independent (13 Jan 1974 – 27 Feb 1983; 99 reels)
Sunday Times (22 Dec 1974 – 31 July 1983, 7 – 27 May 1984; 117 reels)
West Australian (31 Jan – 6 Dec 1985, 11 Dec 1985 – 31 May 1986, 12 – 29 Oct 1986; 132 reels)
Western Herald (1 April – 22 Dec 1976, 13 Jan – 21 Dec 1977, 18 Jan 1978 – 3 Oct 1979; 4 reels)