Newly digitised newspapers on Trove


The National Library of Australia is pleased to announce the following newspapers which have issues that have been newly added to Digitised newspapers and more on Trove. 


Many of these newspapers are currently being added to Trove and further issues will become available shortly.

New South Wales

Globe (Sydney, NSW : 1911 - 1914)

Irrigation Record (Sydney, NSW : 1913 - 1917) Digitisation generously supported by Griffith City Library, McWilliam’s Wines & Murrumbidgee Irrigation Ltd.


Queensland Country Life (Qld. : 1900 - 1954)

Sunday Mail (Brisbane) (Qld. : 1926 - 1954)

Western Star (Roma) (Toowoomba, Qld. : 1948 - 1954)

Western Star and Roma Advertiser (Toowoomba, Qld. : 1875 - 1948)

South Australia

Bunyip (Gawler, SA : 1863 - 1954)

Port Lincoln Times (SA : 1927 - 1954)

Port Pirie Recorder (SA : 1918 - 1919)

Southern Argus (Port Elliot, SA : 1866 - 1954)

To find out the latest titles which have been added to Trove, subscribe to one of our Web feeds.

Through Trove, the national resource discovery service,  there is free online access to over 8 million pages from over 350 Australian newspapers. All of the digitised newspapers are fully text-searchable and users can enrich and enhance the data through subject tagging, text correction and annotations.

Titles have been selected by the National Library in consultation with the state and territory libraries. A number of the titles are being digitised with the generous support and funding from a range of organisations.

For those libraries and organisations wishing to digitise a newspaper title, please see our Contributor Guidelines


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For a list of newspapers that are scheduled to be digitised through the Australian Newspapers Digitisation Program over the coming year, Visit New titles Coming.


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