Business and News
I love anything to do with business news, worldly news, and information on anything to do with wealth and luxury so this section has a special place in my heart. Knowledge is power so get reading, get smart and rich and lead the best life possible. You deserve it.
Formal education will make you a living; self-education will make you a fortune. – Jim Rohn
The first edition of The Age newspaper was published on the 17th of October, 1954. It was started by three businessmen, two of which came from New Zealand. The papers weekday sales are around 196,000 and then dramatically climbs to over 1,000,000 on Saturdays. The people who mainly read this paper are the educated middle class.
The Australian newspaper is Australia’s daily national paper. On Monday there is a section on worldwide issues. Tuesday has the IT liftout, Wednesday has the Wealth and Higher Education liftouts, Thursday has the Media and Marketing section and on Friday there is the ever popular sport liftout section. Once a month there is the glorious Wish magazine which focuses on all things to do with wealth and luxury.
Australian Financial Review
Started in 1951 as a weekly newspaper but eventually becoming a daily, the highly respected AFW has become the leading business paper to go for all the latest information on business, financial news and analysis as well as political opinion. The website is updated daily so you get all the latest news as soon as it happens.
Australia’s most popular magazine on business including interviews, stock analysis and reviews of the finance markets in Australia and overseas. Popular editions include the list of Australia’s richest 200 people in the RICH 200 edition and the list of the youngest rich people in Australia in the YOUNG RICH edition.
The Daily Telegraph
This tabloid newspaper is currently owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation this paper was founded in 1879 and is still very popular today. This paper merged with its sister paper The Mirror in 1990. Today its circulation is around over 380,000 copies a day.
This is Australia’s best selling newspaper with over 550,000 copies sold each weekday and a readership of over 1.5 million people. It was founded in 1880 by George Cavanaugh. It was actually two different newspapers that merged to become one in 1990. There was the morning paper called The Sun News Pictorial and the afternoon paper called The Herald.
An excellent Australian news website that has breaking stories from Australia and around the world. Exhaustive topics include news, finance, sport, entertainment, motoring, technology, employment, homes, classifieds, weather and community information from News Limited newspapers around the nation. There is also a link to FOX Sports.
Sydney Morning Herald
This is the oldest Australian newspaper that has been continuously published since 1831 with a total of over 51,000 editions published. Its weekday circulation is over 210,000 copies as of 2006. The paper loves to print magazines which includes Drive their motoring magazine, Good Living their food and lifestyle magazine, Domain which is their property section and The Guide, the television guide.
In this magazine you will find interviews with Australia’s leading business people and information on share and property investing. They also run seminars on business and investment. It is published every two months.