The Gold Coast Bulletin


The Gold Coast Bulletin

"The Gold Coast Bulletin" is the daily newspaper for Australia's Gold Coast region. It is published as "The Gold Coast Bulletin" on weekdays and the "Weekend Bulletin" at weekends. It is printed locally at its state of the art facility in Molendinar and it is owned by News Group, a Rupert Murdoch company.

See also

* List of newspapers in Australia

External links

* [http://www.goldcoast.com.au/ Gold Coast Bulletin website - goldcoast.com.au]
* [http://www.gcbulletin.com.au/docs/BulletinRateCardInclusive.pdf The Gold Coast Bulletin Media Guide pdf]

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