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Central Western Daily

Central Western Daily
Type Daily newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner Fairfax Media
Founded 1945
Headquarters Kite Street, Orange
Official website

The Central Western Daily newspaper was founded in 1945 in Orange, New South Wales. It is a paid daily newspaper sold six mornings per week, from Monday to Saturday and is of strong repute in the local community. The focus of the Central Western Daily is community news and issues and stories about local people; however, it also contains regional, national and world news. Also published in the newspaper are special feature sections that cover travel, motoring, lifestyle, leisure, entertainment, agriculture, real estate and the arts. Mostly the newspaper ranges from a minimum of 28 pages up to 68 pages on a Saturday. The average daily circulation is approximately 6,000 units.

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