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The Local Paper born from the ashes of crisis, survives for the good of the people

In the wake of the Black Saturday bushfires, which tore through north-eastern Victoria in the early months of 2009, The Phoenix emerged, a newspaper that sought to cover the region’s recovery and provide advertising at no cost to local business.

The Phoenix founder and editor, Ash Long, said it was “designed purely to help local people” and provided it for free.

Read the full article here.

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