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You have access to the latest news from thousands of regional, national and international newspapers and magazines from hundreds of countries.
Yes, all Griffith students and staff can digitally access both the latest news and back issues of major news, culture, business and science publications from across the world, right from your computer or device.
Do you want to follow a specific current event or catch-up on global, national, or regional news?
Access World News is a comprehensive news resource that is searchable by keyword, title, date or map. You have access to worldwide news publications from over 200 countries.
Access World News features:
- Major national and international newspapers,
- Local and regional news publications,
- Access to newswires and blogs and
- Web-only content, videos, journals, magazines, transcripts, and more.
Access World News also gives you access to hot topics and special report sections.
You want international news from across the globe?
From the Bangkok Post to the Washington Post; from Rolling Stone to Vogue and DNA Magazine, Pressreader gives you online access to thousands of local, regional and international magazines and newspapers in their original formats.
Pressreader covers news and culture by genre across 100 countries in 60 languages, accessible by country, language, or title.
For quick Access World News and Pressreader other great news resources to support your study and research check out our News and Current Affairs Lib Guide.
Stay up to date with what’s happening in Australia and around the world and bring real-world news into your study and research. Take advantage of unrestricted digital access to News Ltd including:
- The Courier-Mail and The Australian,
- News Corp Australia’s publications e.g. The Daily Telegraph, Herald Sun, The Advertiser and Gold Coast Bulletin,
- Access to each masthead’s app for the latest news on the go and
- Editorial newsletters via your email for updates across the day.
All these resources are available 24/7 from wherever you are. If you have any questions about finding or accessing resources for your studies or research, contact the Library.