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Between 1924 and 1931 the Northern Sportsman was published as a special edition of the Sport newspaper. It covered a broad geographical readership including Golden Grove, Port Augusta, and Kadina. The publisher was Fred Jennings.
This was a free suburban newspaper published in a magazine format. It covered the suburbs around Northfield, including Clearview, Hillcrest, Broadview, Klemzig, Gilles Plains and Tea Tree Gully. The editor was NA Taylor.
This was a free newspaper produced for a short period for distribution in the Salisbury Council district. Doug Gatford was managing editor, with Mrs T. Hartley as ‘social editress’. The newspaper mostly contained Council news, social notes and sport, as well as advertising for local businesses. It records the opening of major local developments including the Salisbury Woolworths, Salisbury East High School and the Para Hills Club. The newspaper seems to have ceased without notice in November 1966.