About The Condobolin Argus
The Condobolin Argus is a proactive community owned newspaper targeted at providing its readers with objective hard line news coupled with the promotion of events and achievements across all factions within the Lachlan Shire – some 7500 people.
It has greater readership and carries more than twice the advertising than any other newspaper local to the service area.
By merging balanced reporting of imperative local issues with the promotion and achievements of sporting groups, community groups and charities by way of publishing editorial and photographs, The Condobolin Argus gives the Lachlan Shire and its environs a voice and effectively informs and services its loyal readership.
As a paper that infiltrates all the towns in the Shire and surrounding towns including Parkes, Forbes, and West Wyalong The Condobolin Argus commits to serving a diverse readership by fostering contacts in the smaller and more isolated towns to ensure appropriate coverage across all cross-sections.
With such a broad circulation, The Condobolin Argus is in a unique position to access many small and isolated towns that would otherwise be neglected.
Our connection of smaller villages with larger centres gives The Condobolin Argus a unique advertising position and allows us to offer professional, broad exposure in cost-effective packages.
The Condobolin Argus is committed to serving its community which is distinguished through our steadfast support from readers, contributors and advertisers and in doing so reflects the true spirit of our local community.
With services targeted around providing the most up-to-date information and community news, The Condobolin Argus also:
- Offers advertiser support by way of editorial in the form of advertorials and business house information
- Photography (socially and promotional)
- Design work (advertising, logos and layout)
- Passport and licence photos
- Photo printing and sales
- Scanning, emailing, faxing facilities.
The modern day Argus started publishing on 2 May 2001 initiated by community demand across Lachlan Shire in a keen desire for a proactive, regionally focused newspaper.