Below is a list of the top and leading Newspapers in Melbourne. To help you find the best newspaper located near you in Melbourne, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Melbourne’s Best Newspaper:
The top-rated newspapers that will bring you the fresh news and happenings all over the world are:
- The Indian Weekly
- Red Flag
- The Age
The Indian Weekly
The Indian Weekly It is an Indian magazine in Melbourne produced by a team that today enjoys brand recognition by both its readers and advertisers. It is on top of the game informing, entertaining and, importantly, telling your stories. Week after week, they feature members of the community who inspire, who are unique, who are newsworthy and whose stories are waiting to be told and heard.
News, Community, Sports, Lifestyle, Politics, Holywood.
Address: PO Box 1500, Doncaster East, VIC 3109
Phone: (03) 411 102 544
“Honest and down to earth Indian newspaper, independent of foreign political interference. Hence one I could trust with real Indian news. 😀 Yippee. Faith restored.”- Brad Toh
Red Flag is Australia’s leading socialist publication. Their print issue features analysis, radical history, Marxist theory and artwork from some of the best-left wing writers, designers, and artists in the country. Red Flag is a not-for-profit publication and does not accept corporate advertising.
News, News, Community, Sports, Lifestyle, Politics, Holywood, e-Magazine.
“Though cowards flinch and traitors sneer, we keep the Red Flag flying here..”- Josh Flavell
The Age a daily newspaper, has been published in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, since 1854. Owned and published by Nine, The Age primarily serves Victoria, but copies also sell in Tasmania, the Australian Capital Territory and border regions of South Australia and southern New South Wales. It is delivered both in hardcopy and in online formats. The newspaper shares many articles with other Nine Publishing metropolitan daily newspapers, such as The Sydney Morning Herald.
Business, World News, Lifestyle, Entertainment, Education, Sports
Phone: (03) 8667 2000
“Fantastic and fresh everyday news, The Age news is very accurate when it comes to the latest happenings in the whole world. Love this newspaper!’- Amanda Kiggs