The Community Newspaper Group is a community newspaper business in Perth, Western Australia. The Group is owned by Seven West Media.
It publishes 23 community newspapers within the metropolitan region of Perth.
The range includes Yanchep and Two Rocks in the city's north to Mandurah in the south.
The Group's papers are:
Digital mastheads available on www.communitynews.com.au include:
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