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Saturday, May 30, 2020

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Local Paper print editions to resume

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

Minding our own business

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,

An idea from The Local Paper

I want to run an idea past you. We publish a free, weekly newspaper called The Local Paper. It is available from 150+ outlets throughout municipalities including Mansfield,. Mitchell, Murrindindi, Nillumbik, Whittlesea and Yarra Ranges. It is also available free, online, at www.LocalPaper.com.au and through Facebook. Normally, we have a weekly print edition. This is

Online issues continue, but print editions suspended

A statewide shutdown of non-essential services has just been announced, and takes place from 12 Noon today (Monday, March 23). This has immediate effect for the print and distribution of The Local Paper and Melbourne Observer newspapers. We will be continuing the weekly publication of our newspapers. We recognise that we have a civic responsibility

Print edition continues … for now

A State of Emergency came into effect on Monday (Mar. 16). across Victoria following the Coronavirus outbreak. There is an unprecedented amount of event cancellations throughout this region, and across the State. Your Local Paper and Melbourne Observer come to you again this week in print and online, with an expanded coverage of the latest

Mitchell Shire Edition launched

The Local Paper now has a separate Mitchell Shire Edition each week. Free copies can be picked up at outlets at Beveridge, Broadford, Puckapunyal, Seymour, Tallarook, Trawool, Wallan and Wandong-Heathcote Junction.

Distribution network expands: 150+ outlets

The Local Paper is now published in five editions on Wednesdays:• Diamond Valley Edition• Mitchell Shire Edition• Murrindindi Edition• Whittlesea Edition• Yarra Valley Edition You can read the paper, free, online at www.LocalPaper.com.au Hard copies of the newspaper are available, free, every week at these outlets: DIAMOND VALLEY EDITIONDIAMOND CREEK• Diamond Creek NewsELTHAM• Eltham News

Telephone changes as we convert to NBN

The Local Paper staff are on summer leave until 9am Tuesday, January 28, when our offices re-open for the new year. Our first weekly publication for 2020 is on Wednesday, February 5. We are using the summer period to convert to the NBN. In the meantime, our 1800 231 311, 5797 2656 and 9439 9927

53 full-page advertisers choose Local Paper for 2020

A record-breaking 53 local businesses have chosen The Local Paper as their preferred media for local print and online advertising in 2020. The 53 businesses have signed authorisations for full-page colour advertising in every one of The Local Paper’s 45 issues in 2020, starting on February 5. There are also 120 local trades people who

OFFICIAL: Local Paper tops readership figures

IT’S OFFICIAL: The Local Paper is again clearly the Murrindindi region’s ‘number one’ media outlet. The Local Paper’s combined print-online weekly readership has grown by 32.45 per cent over the past year. Weekly reads now total 23,973, up from 18,099. This represents a growth of 5874 reads weekly. The Local Paper’s combined print-online monthly readership

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