The largest daily Sydney newspapers are: The Sydney Morning Herald and The Daily Telegraph. There are many other community papers and ethnic publications in Sydney.
In addition, every week day, commuters travelling back from the CBD (Central Business District) can get the free mX paper, which is distributed around the City Circle rail line, or available at some news stands in the City.
The free mX is an excellent idea to help ease the trips back home and bring the latest information, celebrity watch, a bit of gossip, comments from travellers, fashion and travel articles at the right time when people have to be in the train or bus and there is not much to do apart from reading or listening to music.
There are also a number of community newspapers that are delivered for free to houses and businesses in various geographical areas of Sydney. Some of these publications are:
Most of these Sydney newspapers capture news in the suburbs they cater for, have a real estate section with properties for sale and rent, a classified section which includes job ads in addition to various announcements, various topics of local interest: current affairs, fashion, health, dining, lifestyle, money matters, health, shopping.
There are also ethnic newspapers published daily such as Chinese, Greek, Italian, Serbian, Vietnamese and many published weekly or monthly in various other languages.
You can find information and hot items from the two largest newspapers, the Sydney "Daily Telegraph" and "Morning Herald" by inserting your search terms in the Google box below. It will bring back a collection of articles for the topics you are searching.
If you are not after Sydney newspapers but want to know about media in other states and territories or around the country click here to see a list of the major Australian newspapers and search for their articles online.