Here are some of our most frequently requested local, state and national newspapers and popular magazines.
We've listed our different online and hardcopy access options for current and/or historical coverage for each title.
The Age (Melbourne) is one of the major Australian metropolitan newspapers. It began publication in 1854. The paper also has a weekend supplement, The Age Magazine.
The Argus (Melbourne) was a major early Australian newspaper. It began publication in 1846 and ended in 1957. Note: Between 1846-48 the paper was called The Melbourne Argus.
The Australian is one of the major Australian national newspapers. It began publication in 1964*. It has a weekend supplement, the Australian Magazine.
* Note: The current 'The Age' newspaper is sometimes confused with another much earlier Sydney colonial newspaper also called 'The Australian'.
The Australian Financial Review is one of the major Australian national newspapers. It began publication in 1951. The paper also has a weekend supplement, The AFR Magazine.
The Australian Women's Weekly has been one of the major popular magazines to chronicle Australian society and culture over many decades. It began publication in 1933.
The Bulletin (Sydney) was a major Australian politics and news magazine. It began publication in 1880 and ended in 2008. Note: From 1984 onwards the magazine's official title was The Bulletin with Newsweek.
The Canberra Times began publication in 1926.
* Note: While most of Trove's digitised newspapers historic coverage end at 1954, The Canberra Times is an exception. It is freely available up until 1995.
The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) is a major daily tabloid newspaper. It began publication in 1879.
The Illawarra Mercury began publication in 1856. Note: Between 1950-55 the Illawarra Mercury was called the Illawarra Daily Mercury.
The Koori Mail is a fortnightly national newspaper providing news and information on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It began publication in 1991.
The New York Times is one of the major American newspapers.
The Sun-Herald is the Sunday edition of the Sydney Morning Herald.
The Sydney Morning Herald is one of the major Australian metropolitan newspapers. It began publication in 1831 as The Sydney Herald. It includes the weekly supplement Good Weekend magazine. It also publishes a separate Sunday edition (The Sun-Herald).
The Times (London) is one of the major British daily national newspapers.