NewsMail

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NewsMail
NewsMail logo.png
Type Daily newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) News Corp Australia
Editor Adam Wratten
Founded 1925
Language English
Headquarters Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia
36-38 Woondooma St
Bundaberg QLD 4670
Circulation Monday - Friday: 6500[1]
Saturday: 9300[2]
Website news-mail.com.au

The NewsMail is a daily newspaper serving Bundaberg in Queensland, Australia.

Owned by News Corp Australia, the newspaper is published Monday to Saturday.[3]

As well as serving Bundaberg, the NewsMail is available in coastal communities including Bargara, Elliot Heads, Moore Park, Burnett Heads and the Bundaberg Port. It also reaches the surrounding rural communities of Miriam Vale and Agnes Water in the north, Mundubbera, Gayndah, Eidsvold to the west, and Childers and Biggenden further south.

The NewsMail is also available online, and its website forms part of News Corp Australia's News Regional Media network.

History[edit]

Several newspapers were published weekly in Bundaberg between 1880 and 1900, with two tri-weeklies, The Star and The Mail settling the market in the early 20th century. A third newspaper, the Daily News, was launched in 1907 amid local political rivalries. In 1908, the Bundaberg Star was incorporated with the Bundaberg Daily News and, in 1925, the Bundaberg Daily News and The Mail merged to become the Bundaberg News and Mail. In 1942, the abbreviated NewsMail masthead replaced the original name.[4]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Average Print Sales – Monday - Friday". AMAA.
  2. ^ "Average Print Sales – Saturday". AMAA.
  3. ^ Johns, Bryce (22 June 2016) What News Corp purchasing us means for you, NewsMail. Retrieved 27 April 2018.
  4. ^ About us, NewsMail. Accessed March 5, 2009.

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