Australian Online News sites offer a constantly updated showcase of stories from thousands of sources across the globe.
The world is changing and how you receive your news is changing too.
Australian Online News publishes snippets and links directly to publishers’ sites, supporting the work of journalists.
We share and celebrate original reporting and don’t waste your time with clickbait. We know you’re smarter than that.
Most importantly, we provide a range of perspectives in the stories we share from publications large and small.
We aggregate news content curated by an experienced team of editors working alongside IT specialists.
Our technology filters through thousands of news sources and publishes them to our pages in real time, giving you the most up to date news in the world.
Our ethos is all the news, all the time. We believe you should never have to wait for news.
We honour and support all publishers, that is why we link directly to websites and hope to boost the traffic of our partner publications.
We respect paywalls and want visitors to our pages to engage with a variety of sites to find their favourite news.
News aggregators in one form or another have existed for many years.
Most, you wouldn’t have heard of because they’re not very good.
Australian Online News and its’ network of metropolitan and regional domains is changing that.
We believe aggregation is a way to provide a sustainable future for journalism and provide new platforms for journalists to deliver original content.
We’re building a presence in regional communities where others are pulling out.
“..Australian news organisations could break free of Google if necessary. But they’d need to be “very agile”. One approach is for mainstream media to build news aggregation sites of their own, and heavily promote them.” — Associate Professor Fiona Martin, University of Sydney’s Department of Media and Communication
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We’re not waiting for big tech to dictate to us what the future of journalism looks like.
The news waits for no one.