Glen Innes Examiner
Glen Innes Examiner is a much-loved local source of news, covering issues of interest to the town including our people, council, police, court and the many local sports. The Examiner was first published in 1874 and boasts a strong online audience.

On Thursday a weekly wrap of the main stories lands in the inboxes of our readers signed up to receive our emails. We also offer breaking news emails covering the top stories across the region.

Published weekly, the print edition is available through local newsagents. The paper is well supported by a strong online presence, with a key focus on breaking news.

Glen Innes is a rural town on the Northern Tablelands of NSW, on the junction of the New England and Gwydir highways.

The area’s core industries are agriculturally based and include sheep and cattle production.

It is also a popular tourist destination due to the local world heritage listed national parks, sapphires, and its proud Celtic history.

Glen Innes calls itself “the Celtic Capital of Australia” and with the Standing Stones as a monument to Celtic pride, it celebrates its history with the popular Celtic Festival each May.

The Examiner website is an easy access online news service which covers local news and human interest stories of this community as well as local sporting events and other feature stories.

The website enables us to offer even more news of the region, and further afield as it happens in a single, easily accessible location. You don't even need to leave your home to read the news.