Opinion

With free news online, you get what you pay for. But Australians are increasingly willing to pay for news they trust

By James Joyce
Updated June 21 2022 - 7:21am, first published 7:19am
Publisher and editor Bill Moloney operates the printing press producing The Collarenebri Gazette in north-western NSW in the early 1960s.

Tucked away on page six of The Collarenebri Gazette of Wednesday, December 19, 1962, a brief single-column news item appears between the weekly cricket match report ("In a very sociable match at Hebel on Sunday, the home team were defeated by Collarenebri outright ...") and the church notices.

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