Port Stephens Examiner
Started by the Brown family in November 1893 the Examiner has a long history as the leading newspaper in Port Stephens and is best known for its commitment to community news.

Then editor William Brown ran the newspaper with his sons Cecil and Ray until the Campbell family took over in 1967 with Harold Campbell in the editor's chair. His two sons Keith and Don joined the family business continuing an Examiner tradition.

Don went on to become editor in 1975 only to be followed by Keith in 2004. Keith retired at the end of 2011 marking the end of an era, but making way for the Examiner's first female editor in its 118-year history, Anna Wolf.

The Examiner has made a name for itself as one of the longest-serving community newspapers in the country and is committed to delivering quality community news for the people of Port Stephens.

Its website, www.portstephensexaminer.com.au provides the latest and breaking news from across the area as well as comprehensive coverage of the issues that matter to Port Stephens.

Also on the website, you'll find some of the national news, lifestyle content and sport on offer.

From John "Stinker" Clarke's weekly fishing column to continuous coverage of the issues that matter. The Examiner has you covered for all things Port Stephens.