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Yarrawonga Mulwala Newspapers

Newspapers, Publications and Print Media in Yarrawonga Mulwala

Yarrawonga Mulwala is a region located on the border between Victoria and New South Wales in Australia. It is served by several local newspapers that cater to the communities in and around this region. The following are some noteworthy local newspapers available in and around the Yarrawonga Mulwala region:

1. Yarrawonga Chronicle

The Yarrawonga Chronicle is a weekly newspaper that has been serving the Yarrawonga Mulwala region since 1883. It provides local news, sports, community events, and coverage of important issues. With a strong focus on local content, the Yarrawonga Chronicle is a trusted source of information for residents and visitors alike.

2. The Free Press

The Free Press is a local newspaper distributed in Yarrawonga, Mulwala, and surrounding areas. It covers a range of news topics including local events, sports, council updates, and community issues. The Free Press serves as an important platform for local businesses and organizations to share their news and promote their services.

3. The Southern Riverina News

The Southern Riverina News is a weekly newspaper that encompasses news from various regions, including Yarrawonga Mulwala. It provides coverage of local events, sport, agriculture, business, and community news. The Southern Riverina News aims to keep residents informed about the happenings in their region and foster a sense of community cohesion.

4. The Cobram Courier

The Cobram Courier is a local newspaper published twice a week, covering news and events not only in Cobram but also in neighboring towns such as Yarrawonga Mulwala. It features news articles, local sports coverage, business updates, and community announcements, serving as a valuable source of news for the region.

5. The Border Mail

The Border Mail is a daily newspaper that serves the wider Albury-Wodonga region, which includes the Yarrawonga Mulwala area. While it provides extensive coverage of the region, it also covers national and international news, sports, entertainment, and more. The Border Mail offers a comprehensive news experience for residents of the Yarrawonga Mulwala region.

6. The Courier

The Courier is a regional newspaper based in Albury-Wodonga, but it includes news and updates from surrounding towns, like Yarrawonga Mulwala. With a focus on local issues, events, sports, and community news, The Courier provides a reliable source of information for residents in the region.

These are just a few examples of the local newspapers available in and around the Yarrawonga Mulwala region. These newspapers play a vital role in keeping the communities informed about local news, events, and issues, while also fostering community connections and promoting local businesses.

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