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Resources in Asian and European languages: Find news sources

This guide will help you find resources in a specific languages

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To find newspapers in a language of your choice go to Advanced search in OneSearch. In Any field enter 'newspaper'.  Then select a Language and click Search. In the results list, go to the Filters panel and select 'Newspapers' under Resource Type. OneSearch will automatically apply the filter to your results:



PressReader provides access to over 200 newspapers and magazines from more than 55 countries, displaying them in their original format and layout.


Use the Publications tab to filter publications by country or language:



PressReader also has a translation feature. Watch this video to learn how to use it:


How to use the translation feature on PressReader by PressReader is licenced under a Standard YouTube License.


Download the PressReader app to view content on you phone or tablet.

Factiva provides access to content from 200 countries, in 28 languages and includes more than 100 Australasian sources. Users have access to a wide range of information from newspapers, news wires, industry publications, websites, company reports, and more. The database also provides information on companies, industries and stock market details. It offers various search interfaces and indexes.

View the Factiva Guide to familiarise yourselves with all features available to you.

Below is an example of the kinds of filtering that you can use in Factiva:




Want to know more about newspaper and news sources? Head over to our Newspapers and News Sources Guide.


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