Finding news for your research and work

DID YOU KNOW?

The University of Melbourne has subscriptions to many major print and online newspaper resources from Australia and internationally.

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The Baillieu Library receives The AgeThe AustralianAustralian Financial ReviewSydney Morning Herald and Times(London) daily. These newspapers are held on the newspaper shelves until the microforms arrive.

Generally, the microform copies of Australian newspapers are three months behind; there is a one week delay from the date of publication of the Times.

The Giblin Eunson Business, Economics and Education Library receives the Australian Financial Review daily.

The University Library also has subscription to online newspaper and major news databases such as Factiva, ProQuest, Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) Daily Reports, Trove Digitised Newspapers and More.

Choose to read region-specific news from:

  • Australia and New Zealand;
  • United Kingdom and Ireland;
  • the United States and Canada; or
  • rest of the world.

For more information and access to these resources, please visit the LibGuide on Finding NewsSUBSCRIBE to our blog to stay tuned with updates and tips for your research journey!