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Media company ACM urges community support as local newspapers come back in print | Farm Online

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Media company ACM will resume publishing a number of local newspapers from next week, a year after the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic forced the suspension of printing.

Printed copies of The Armidale Expressand Dungog Chronicle in NSW and the Goondiwindi Argus in Queensland will be back in circulation next week, along with the South Australian newspapers Coastal Leader and Flinders News.

ACM managing director Tony Kendall said the resumption of printed editions of the long-standing local mastheads had been made possible by the support of the Morrison government’s Public Interest News Gathering (PING) program.

“We’re grateful that the federal government recognised the value of regional media and we are pleased to be able to…



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