About the Paper
The Warwick Newspaper Pty Ltd publishes three main titles and its associated papers have been serving the region since 1864, when the first issue of the Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle was printed.
The Daily News is a paid daily circulating to residents of the Warwick Shire and surrounds in the region to Inglewood in the west, Killarney in the east, Clifton to the north and the NSW border to the south, including Stanthorpe and the Granite Belt. The Bush Telegraph, which is now inserted into each Tuesday’s Warwick Daily News, specialises in rural topics of interest to the rural service and supply industry and all primary producers in the region.
The Weekly is published each Wednesday and circulated free to every household in the district. More than 9,600 copies are distributed within the region and advertisers can be assured of cost effective packages to suit every budget.
The Warwick Daily News was launched in 1919 when the Warwick Argus and the Warwick Examiner and Times were combined to form a regional daily.
Initially The Warwick Examiner and Times, printed on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Established circa 1864. The opposition of the day was a publication called The Warwick Argus. Also established in 1864, The Argus published on opposing days i.e. Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Ultimately, in 1919, an opportunity to combine and publish daily was realized with the Examiner purchasing the Argus. The Warwick Daily News was formed.
Today, the Daily News services the Warwick community and a large surrounding region.