A subsidiary of Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation. Papers owned by News Limited make up around 70% of the national and capital city newspaper market. The company owns the biggest selling daily paper in Melbourne, and has a monopoly on daily print news in Adelaide, Brisbane, Darwin, and Hobart. (David McKnight, "Murdoch & the Culture Wars", Do not Disturb, p. 56) According to its website, "More than 10 million Australians over the age of 14, about 65% of Australia's adult population read at least one News Limited metropolitan or national newspaper every week". 
Papers owned by News Limited
- The Australian (National broadsheet)
- The Advertiser (Adelaide broadsheet)
- The Courier Mail (Brisbane broadsheet)
- The Mercury (Hobart broadsheet)
- The Herald Sun (Melbourne tabloid)
- The Daily Telegraph (Sydney tabloid)
News Limited also owns a large number of community and regional newspapers. A listing of community papers owned by News Ltd can be found at www.community.newsmedianet.com.au
Other SourceWatch resources
- Richard Ackland, "Seven's enemies in a tangle of paperwork", Sydney Morning Herald, March 4, 2005.
- Elisabeth Sexton, "Seven insists on its day in court", Sydney Morning Herald, November 15 2005.
- Elisabeth Sexton, "Judge targets media role in push to settle", Sydney Morning Herald, November 17 2005.
- Elisabeth Sexton, "Judge castigates lawyer's advice", Sydney Morning Herald, November 19, 2005.
- Janet Albrechtsen, "Left unread on the shelf", The Australian, September 14 2005