The long-term objective of the Australian Newspaper Digitisation Program (ANDP) is to make freely available online through Trove, as many Australian newspapers published prior to 1955 as possible. The newspapers are digitised in a standard format which supports long-term access and full-text searching of articles.
Trove provides access to over 12 million pages from over 650 Australian newspapers. Newly digitised articles are added daily. Digitised newspapers and more on Trove includes newspapers from each state and territory and from the earliest published newspaper in 1803, to the mid-20th century, including some community language newspapers.
If you would like to suggest a title for inclusion in Trove use the online form. We record all suggestions received and use these to shape future priorities in line with the ANDP Selection Policy. The ANDP also digitises additional titles funded by libraries, historical societies, local councils and other organisations under its Contributor Model.
Next steps if you want to contribute to Trove Digitised newspapers and more
- Read the Contributor Guidelines. These guidelines provide detailed information about the Contributor Model and will help you to plan your project.
- Contact the Contributor Liaison Officer at the National Library to discuss your project. The National Library will provide you with practical advice and assistance to digitise your selected titles. You can email the ANDP at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the Contributor Liaison Officer on (02) 6262 1005.
- We will also ask you to contact your State or Territory Library to ensure the master microfilm will be available for your project.
ANDP is closely linked with the Australian Newspaper Plan, a cooperative endeavour between the National and State and Territory Libraries to collect, preserve and provide access to Australian newspapers.