This year has been a significant one for many reasons but for the Goulburn Post, 2020 marks 150 years.
The publication has stood the test of time with it first hitting the stands on October 6, 1870.
In its time, the Post has lasted through wars, recessions, depressions, industry changes and now two global pandemics in the forms of COVID-19 and the Spanish flu.
"The media documents history. In a sense, we are the best historical record there is of their past, because we document the births, the deaths, the marriages, the anniversaries, the emergencies. Everything that happens throughout life," Goulburn Post editor Jackie Meyers says.
"In a way we're not just celebrating our longevity, we're celebrating a continued connection with the community and business when celebrating the documentation of history for 150 years of that region."
Wednesday will see the masthead release an 88-page wrap as a celebration of not only this publication's longevity but the tightly woven connection between the newspaper, business and the Goulburn community as a whole.
It will be a commemoration of the past and a connection with the present, with stories about former editors and photographers, as well as some of the major events the paper has reported on in its 150 years.
"We've got a story with the first lady editor Maryann Weston. There's been three lady editors so we've done a story on the first woman breaking the glass ceiling," Meyers says.
"We've also spoken to Leon Oberg who was a photographic journo who worked as far back as 1957 and he's talking about things he covered such as a bombing at a cafe, and other major emergencies."