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Enjoy national and local newspapers


National and International News

Visit the library and connect to Sunshine Coast Free WiFi on your device to take home today's free edition of:

Australian Financial Review

Real time business, finance, investment and politics news and information for the business and investor community.

Sydney Morning Herald

Breaking news from Sydney, Australia and around the world. Features the latest business, sport, entertainment, travel, lifestyle, and technology news.

The Age

Local news from Melbourne, national and international news, business news and breaking news.

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Over 13,000 international, national and local newspapers including The Australian, The Courier Mail, the Sunshine Coast Daily, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. Sign in to the State Library of Queensland.


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Local News

Coolum Advertiser

Local news and sport, education and innovation, history, local politics, arts and culture, small business, community and non-profit stories and events. Regular columnists, letters to the editor, free community noticeboard and classifieds.

Glasshouse & Maleny Country News

Local news, community events, business updates, sports, environment issues and entertainment.

Hinterland Times

Award-winning magazine. Local events and identities, community notices, health and wellbeing sections local business, poets’ corner, artists profile, travel stories, what’s happening in the music and arts scene.

Mary Valley Voice

The heart of the Mary Valley. Written by the community for the community. Covering community groups, commerce and arts, business and school news, food producers.

Sunshine Coast News

Local news, sport, community, and council information covering the Sunshine Coast.

View News

Local news, information and entertainment for the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia.

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We commit to working in partnership with the Traditional Custodians and the broader First Nations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) community to support self-determination through economic and community development.
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