eLibrary magazines and newspapers

Library members have 24/7 access to current editions of digital magazines and newspapers from Tasmania, Australia and overseas. We also offer a range of online newspaper archives, with content from the 1600s through to 2019. Become a member for instant access.


Thousands of Australian and international newspapers, including , , , , , , , , and . Search for titles in our .

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Digital copies of today鈥檚 newspapers and magazines, including  and and . Search for titles in our .

Note: The Saturday Paper and The Monthly are now available in BorrowBox – scroll down the page for details.

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There are thousands of magazines to read, including New Scientist, Money and Gardening Australia, as well as eBooks, eAudiobooks, comics and graphic novels. Search for titles in our .

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Current digital editions of these two newspapers from 2006 to the present.

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Current digital editions of and magazine available in BorrowBox under ePress. Back issues are available for both to February 2023.

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Current digital editions of Choice magazine. Previous issues are available to 2015.

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The complete archive of the National Geographic magazine, from the first issue to the present.

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Australian arts and literature with book reviews, essays, poetry, commentaries, podcasts and more.

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An Australian site all about books and reading. It has content for all ages, including the Good Reading magazine, and .

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Contains millions of articles that are searchable either by topic or magazine title. Includes the  and . Search for titles in our .

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A collection of newspapers published in Ireland from 1738, with current editions of a range of titles including the Irish Independent and the Irish Examiner. Search for titles in our .

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