Now covers tens of thousands of scanned articles from papers around the world from the 1790s to today. Australian content includes 'The Age' from 1854 to 1989 and the 'Sydney Morning Herald' from 1830 to 1989.
We provide access to newspapers from around the world through online subscriptions on behalf of library members. If you live, work or study in the ACT region, you are eligible to become a member of the library.
Access the information you need online. You can access thousands of magazine and newspaper articles, Australian standards, Tasmanian items and eBooks wherever you are in Tasmania. You need to bring proof of identity and proof that you live in Tasmania to any LINC Tasmania library.
The Newspaper Collection includes a wide variety of local, interstate and international newspapers in English and languages other than English. Northern Territory Newspapers is a guide to NT Newspapers in the Northern Territory Collection. Historical introduction to Northern Territory Newspapers written by Barbara James. We also provide information on Online Newspapers. To access eResources, choose the public or community library that you are a member of from the website.
Free 24/7 access to local & international newspapers, ebooks, full-text journals, magazines, and online databases. You can access these resources in the Library, or for NSW residents, offsite with a current Library card.
The State Library of Queensland's newspaper collections is comprised of paper, microfilm and online editions of Queensland, interstate, national and overseas newspapers, both current and historical. In many instances our collections date back to the first issue. You need to be a Queensland resident with a current State Library card. To obtain a card, join the Library.
Find the many electronic journals and newspapers the State Library subscribes to from our eJournal portal page. Home access to a selection of full text eResources if you are a South Australian resident.
Read a wide range of current and past Australian and international newspapers at home. To access eresources from home, you need to be a Victorian resident with a current State Library card. To obtain a card, join the Library.
Most of the State Library subscription eresources are accessible from home so you can search for information and articles in online journals, magazines, ebooks, or current and historical newspapers using your State Library mylibrarycard. Members must be residents of Western Australia.