The Sunday Times is a News Corporation owned Sunday tabloid newspaper distributed throughout Western Australia. News Corporation (often abbreviated to News Corp) (,,) is one of the world's largest media conglomerate companies by Market capitalisation A tabloid is a Newspaper industry term which refers to a smaller newspaper format per spread to a weekly or semi-weekly alternative newspaper that focuses on local-interest Western Australia is a state occupying the entire western third of the Australian continent. Recent changes to the newspaper have seen it grow in circulation from about 340,000 in 2001 to over 353,000 in 2005 (although it reached figures greater than this in the mid-1990s under the editorship of Don Smith, replaced by Brian Crisp in 1999, who failed to make an impact in the role).
Brett McCarthy took over from Crisp in 2001 and announced his resignation in late May, 2007. His successor was named as Sam Weir on June 8, 2007. The following is a list of characters from the television series Freaks and Geeks.
Established by Frederick Vosper in the 1890s, The Sunday Times became a vehicle for the harassment of C.Y. O'Connor and the proposed Goldfields Water Supply Scheme in the late 1890s until O'Connor's death by suicide in 1902. Frederick Charles Burleigh Vosper ( March 23 1869 – January 6 1901) was an Australian Newspaper Journalist and C Y O'Connor CMG ( 11 January 1843 – 10 March 1902) full name Charles Yelverton O'Connor, was an Irish The Goldfields Water Supply Scheme, also known by names such as the Goldfields Pipeline, Goldfields and Agricultural Water Supply Scheme (GAWS, and originally A subsequent government inquiry failed to find any justification for Vosper's campaign against O'Connor.
The paper was purchased from Vosper's estate by James MacCallum Smith and Arthur Reid in 1901. James MacCallum Smith ( 26 April 1868 – 6 August 1939) was an Australian Politician, newspaper proprietor and stock breeder In 1912 MacCallum Smith became sole proprietor and managing director, remaining in that role until 1935, as well as being a member of the State Legislative Assembly for 20 years.
Before 1990, Perth enjoyed competitive Saturday newspapers (Weekend News and Western Mail (1980-1988), as well as weekday morning and afternoon dailies (The West Australian and Daily News respectively). The Western Mail, or Western Mail, was the name of two weekly newspapers published in Perth Western Australia. The West Australian (often simply called The West) is the only locally-edited daily newspaper published in Perth Western Australia, and is owned by The Daily News was an afternoon daily Newspaper published in Perth Western Australia from 1882 until 1990 though its origin is traceable from 1840 However, there appears to be a long-standing reciprocal arrangement that the publishers of The West Australian and The Sunday Times do not compete directly with each other except in the market for weekend classified advertising. Murdoch's national daily The Australian is locally printed at The Sunday Times but is not regarded as a serious competitor to "The West". The Australian, also referred to as The Oz, is a Broadsheet Newspaper published in Australia Monday through Saturday each There has not been a competitive Sunday newspaper since The Independent was bought out by News Corporation in 1984 and wound up in May 1986. The Independent (also known as The Sunday Independent) was a Perth Western Australian based weekly newspaper owned by mining entrepreneurs
In the context of shrinking demand for newspapers and the ascendancy of television and internet news, The Sunday Times has made adaptations in style and presentation but remains a populist tabloid rather than a newspaper of record. Sunday monopoly status ensures statewide circulation for its extensive display advertising content, making it one of the most profitable newspapers in Australia.
In June 2006, The Sunday Times launched PerthNow, a constantly updated online presentation of local news from News Corporation.
On 30 April 2008, members of the police fraud squad conducted a raid on the offices of The Sunday Times—an unusual event for Australian mainstream media—following a state government complaint that confidential Cabinet information had been 'leaked' to the paper. Events 313 - Roman emperor Licinius unifies the entire Eastern Roman Empire under his rule 2008 ( MMVIII) is the current year in accordance with the Gregorian calendar, a Leap year that started on Tuesday of the Common The Western Australia Police services an area of 25 million square kilometres the world's largest non-federated area of jurisdiction