Have you struggled to find solid news and current affairs stories on the Internet, or you’ve found an article you really wanted to read, only to hit a paywall? If so, you’ll want to check out Charles Sturt Library’s news and media databases!
With access to a great collection of current and archived news stories from Australian and international sources, along with television and media content, our news and media databases cover resources ranging from:
- full-text newspaper articles
- global news and business information
- free-to-air television news streams, shows and documentary programs
- indexed archives of major news outlets dating back decades
- television and radio news transcripts
Perhaps you’ve been asked to search for a news article to inform an assessment task? Or you are looking to conduct research on the state of play of an ongoing issue in current affairs? Whatever the reason, these resources are sure to fit the bill! Here’s some examples of the broad points of interest found within our collection:
- Escobar’s hippos go native in Colombia
- Medieval masterpiece by Cimabue rediscovered in French house
- Wool market plummets amid Coronavirus closures, as shoppers stay home in activewear
- The Goonies (Movie 1985)
- Bluey: Teasing (Series 1, Ep 37)
As always, get in touch if you’d like to know more about using our news and media databases, or how the Library can support your learning, teaching and research.