The Alice Springs News is in its 27th year of publication, and with the closure of the Murdoch Centralian Advocate in 2020 we are the only local newspaper in Central Australia.
We have Google Analytics circulation statistics going back to 2015. The latest prior to the upgrade was for 30 days to July 10, 2020: 188,078 page views, 23,827 individual readers, 45,599 sessions, bounce rate 2.89%.
The post-upgrade stats are now getting up to date. Feel welcome to ring Editor Erwin Chlanda on 0418 890040 for details.
On January 13, 2021 we had 24,931 readers comments since 2011. We provide a searchable story archive of seven million words going back to 1998. We are one of Australia’s oldest online newspapers.
We founded the News as a print edition in 1994 as the largest circulation independent newspaper in the Northern Territory of Australia, dedicated to fearless reporting of a high quality, and in strict compliance with the Journalistic Code of Ethics.
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Our generous supporters help us to cover our expenses and expand our reporting on topics that matter.
The Alice Springs News is still free, and offers outstanding advertising opportunities.
The publication manager is Media Choice, Alice Springs, Australia.
THE ALICE SPRINGS NEWS IS ALICE SPRINGS OWNED AND OPERATED.
Phone our news office at 0418 890040 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Snail mail: PO Box 1613 ALICE SPRINGS NT 0871.
Editor: Erwin Chlanda
Senior writer: Kieran Finnane
Our “patch” is an area of a million square kilometres; 30% of the population is Aboriginal. Like all our followers they read us on their mobile phones and tablets or other devices.
We also have a significant readership interstate and overseas.