Who We Are

Community News is a highly trusted voice and source of information for the people of Perth. Established in 1985, Community News has been serving the local community for over 30 years and our aim has always been to campaign, inform and connect.

Our weekly newspapers, bespoke print publications, website, e-newsletters and social media channels allow us to reach a combined print and digital audience of 913,000 people each month*.

Our local area marketing experts can help you create a campaign encompassing all aspects of print and digital advertising.

*source: emma TM conducted by Ipsos MediaCT CMV March 2019. Nielsen DRM. Community News Print + online L4W

Our Community

Scroll through the images below for an overview of our readers (print and digital)


All Audiences

913,000


Women 25 - 54

255,000


Males aged 25 - 54

218,000


Baby Boomers

251,000


Aged 65+

191,000


Have Children under 18

382,000


Social Grade A

206,000


Home Owner or Mortgagee

579,000


Likely to buy property in
next 12 months

86,000

*source: emma TM conducted by Ipsos MediaCT CMV March 2019. Nielsen DRM. Community News Print + online L4W

Our Publications

Residential runs in 11 of our 12 printed mastheads. Scroll through the front covers to view print and digital readership for these mastheads. Click here to read your local paper online.


Canning Times

Print Monthly Readers: 53,000*
Online Unique Visitors: 27,805**
Total Monthly Audience: 72,631***


Coastal Times

Print Monthly Readers: 68,000*
Online Unique Visitors: 52,012**
Total Monthly Audience: 104,720***


Eastern Reporter

Print Monthly Readers: 67,000*
Online Unique Visitors: 102,596**
Total Monthly Audience: 139,433***


Fremantle/Cockburn Gazette

Print Monthly Readers: 101,000*
Online Unique Visitors: 57,297**
Total Monthly Audience: 141,452***


Guardian Express

Print Monthly Readers: 28,000*
Online Unique Visitors: 43,187**
Total Monthly Audience: 58,490***


Melville Times

Print Monthly Readers: 54,000*
Online Unique Visitors: 20,505**
Total Monthly Audience: 68,477***


Southern Gazette

Print Monthly Readers: 34,000*
Online Unique Visitors: 41,272**
Total Monthly Audience: 63,138***


Stirling Times

Print Monthly Readers: 75,000*
Online Unique Visitors: 58,465**
Total Monthly Audience: 116,276***


Weekend/Kwinana Courier

Print Monthly Readers: 59,000*
Online Unique Visitors: 65,335**
Total Monthly Audience: 105,126***


Weekender

Print Monthly Readers: 85,000*
Online Unique Visitors: 116,685**
Total Monthly Audience: 167,380***


Western Suburbs Weekly

Print Monthly Readers: 72,000*
Online Unique Visitors: 110,186**
Total Monthly Audience: 149,791***

* emmaTM CMV conducted by Ipsos MediaCT CMV March 2019 Print last four weeks
** Omniture Adobe Analytics, 3-month average March to May 2019
*** Estimate based on CN total group unduplicated online audience 70.6.2%

Print Solutions

Be seen with a full, half, quarter or eighth page advertisement in the Residential section.

Full Page

380mm (h) x 262mm (w)

Half Page

188mm (h) x 262mm (w)

Quarter page

92mm (h) x 262mm (w) horizontal
188mm (h) x 129mm (w) vertical

Eighth page

92mm (h) x 129mm (w)

Magazines & Lift-outs


Down South - April 2019

Heading down to the Margaret River Wine Region these holidays? Down South will feature everything from exclusive homes for sale to the best attractions to visit.

(Selected suburbs only)
 

Inserts

The Seven Key Strengths of Inserts

  1. We can deliver your catalogues to “No Junk Mail” addresses.
  2. Target catalogues by paper, postcode, suburb, or in a radius around a specified address.
  3. Target catalogues by demographics such as income, age or country of birth.
  4. Regular and independent audits occur on our delivery quantities.
  5. Your catalogues are more likely to get into the home using Community newspapers as a vehicle for distribution.
  6. Press advertisements can be creatively used to point people towards viewing your catalogue.
  7. Your catalogues are protected from the weather.

Click here for rates. 

Digital Solutions

Digital Sponsored Content

Tailored content that can tell the story of your brand or service in an engaging and newsworthy article that will sit amongst other news stories on our website. It will gain traction from Facebook posts linking to your article.

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eNewsletters

Every week, our eNewsletters inform, inspire and connect our readers with local news headlines and events. eNewsletters drive response and are perfect for lead generation and driving customers to your website.

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Digital Display Advertising

Promote your business with a leaderboard, MEDREC or Half Page ad on www.communitynews.com.au. Run of Network (RON) will have no targeting, or you can target your advertising by publication, area or website category.

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Our Partners

The ongoing partnership between REIWA and Community News is highly valued, with REIWA providing valuable content in-paper and online to our readers.

Click here to visit REIWA

Testimonials


Vivien Yap, Ray White Dalkeith/Claremont

"I closely track where my buyers come from, and can confidently say: there is huge value in print!"


David Milkovits, Maxpro

"Put simply, print delivers me more buyers. It captures an audience that may not even be looking in your suburb. More buyers means more competition and that means higher prices for my sellers.”


Jan Di Rosso, Ray White Uxcel

“Staying with local print has brought great results to my sellers and buyers over many years. Local is simply the best.”


Devon Kelly, Laurie Kelly Real Estate

“Having personally sold nearly 100 local properties in the last 12 months, local paper advertising forms an integral part of my marketing plan with the results speaking for themselves!”


Kirstin Dunn, Semple Property Group

“Advertising in Community News ensures that we are reaching the maximum number of consumers in our local area.”


Craig Boyanich, Rayner Real Estate

“As a local agency, it makes sense that we advertise through a local newspaper. The Guardian Express allows us to reach more potential buyers and prospective tenants.”

Cynthia Vaughan

Donna Hamlyn

Kyle Hams

Kylie Gardiner