Due to the lockdown arrangements which are to remain in effect across Victoria, The Local Paper and Melbourne Observer newspapers will not be published this week (Wed., July 21). This decision is made out of an abundance of caution regarding the health and safety of our distribution team, who normally have more than 1000 personal
We are pleased to advise that The Local Paper and Melbourne Observer newspapers resume regular publication next week. The COVID lockdown prevented publication of our June 2 and 9 issues. Normal 5pm Friday deadlines apply for advertising bookings and content, prior to the Queen’s Birthday weekend. Earlier lodgement of material is always appreciated.
The Victorian State Government is likely to announce today (Wed.) an extension of the ‘Circuit Breaker’ Lockdown. Due to the ongoing health and safety issues for our team members, and because of the limitations of ongoing restrictions, the difficult decision has been made to cancel our June 9 issue. Please be assured that we are
Due to issues associated with the COVID-19 circuit breaker seven-day lockdown, we have made the difficult decision not to publish the June 2 editions of The Local Paper and the Melbourne Observer newspapers. This is a temporary arrangement, and we expect to resume normal weekly publication with the ‘June 9’ issue. One of the primary factors in our decision is
The four-page ‘Local People’ section will not appear in the April 21 Murrindindi edition of The Local Paper. It is hoped that weekly publication of this popular section will resume on Wednesday, April 28. The section is edited by Ash Long, who had a serious fall last Friday (Apr. 16) and is currently on medical
Media industry changes have provided great expansion opportunities for The Local Paper group. We are building a network of 34 weekly community newspapers – in print and online – across Greater Melbourne. With COVID-19 restrictions set to soon ease there is likely to be an unprecedented demand for advertising from local businesses, trades people, schools,
The publisher of this newspaper, Local Media Pty Ltd, this weekcelebrates the 51-year anniversary of its origins. The company’s Melbourne Observer was first published on September 14, 1969. Current day editor, Ash Long, started with the Observer as a newsboy in the third week of publication in 1969, later also creating The Local Paper group.
The North-West Edition of The Local Paper hits the streets on Wednesday, July 1, 2020. The North-West Edition covers the local government areas of Brimbank, Hobsons Bay, Hume, Maribyrnong, Moonee Valley and Moreland. It will be in hard copy format, available free from more than 100 outlets, and also free online. The Local Paper honours
The Local Paper will soon return to print, following the announcement this week by Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews of a gradual return to re-opening society. Since mid-March, Victorian community life has been virtually closed, with the clear message that people should stay at home to prevent the spreading of the Coronavirus. In some areas, up
For the record, the business name ‘Dindi Local’ belongs to Local Media Pty Ltd. Our company’s intellectual property includes: • our website www.Dindi.com.au • our prototype websites: Dindi.Biz and Dindi.TV • our newspaper The Local Paper (commonly referred to as ‘The Local’) • our registered business names with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission: Dindi Media,