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Roxby Downs

 

 

Our Community – Our Community

 

Newspaper

 

 

Did you know The Monitor Newspaper is community owned and operated? We have a local office, employ locals, buy local, and support locals .... and we love it!


That’s a real difference in a small community like Roxby Downs.


We are young, strong and vibrant – just like our readers – and we plan to be here through thick and thin to deliver you the best possible news, entertainment and information.

So when you choose to shop – choose to shop locally – just like us. Keep your hard-earned dollars in our region and help us support the Roxby Downs community.

Advertising in The Monitor boosts the local economy with sponsorships put back into the community every week, and not into the profits of a multi-national.

 

Our readers are some of the biggest spenders in the State
... find out how we can lead them to your door.

 

 

 

 

Our Readers


Our readers are your clients. They work, live and play in our region.


The Monitor was specifically launched to help bridge the communication gap between local industry, business and the community.


It’s not just about the hard news stories, The Monitor will cover your human interest stories, community events and can even spotlight your business.


And we understand budgets – because we have budgets too.


Ask us how we can design a campaign to suit your hard earned dollar.


Why Us?


We support the locals that support us.

The Monitor is community owned and operated and is the only local newspaper in Roxby Downs. It supports all community events and organisations with in-kind advertising and promotion.

We have strong partnerships, allegiances and alliances with local businesses, industry and the community. We are a local business, and therefore nurture and support other local businesses.

The Monitor weekly delivers FREE to the doors of businesses in Roxby Downs, Olympic Dam, Andamooka, Woomera and well as a further 12 distribution points across the Far North and Outback SA. It has the largest distribution footprint of any regional newspaper in SA and a rapidly growing online readership, with thousands visiting www.themonitor.com.au to view articles or access the full online edition on a weekly basis. 

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Catalogue Inserts


The Monitor can insert catalogues or inserts for just $495 (inc GST)


We also offer design and print services – let us design a high impact insert for your business or special community event. 


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