Who owns the Broome Advertiser?

Who owns the Broome Advertiser?

The Broome Advertiser is part of The West Australian Regional Newspaper Group, which, in turn, is part of 7West Media, Australia’s largest media group.

What industry is Broome known for?

pearling industry
Today, Broome is still known for its pearling industry, which produces some of the finest pearls in the world. Founded as a pearling port in 1880s, by the turn of the century over 300 luggers were plying the rich waters of Broome’s Roebuck Bay.

Is Broome good place to retire?

To many, Broome is a fabulous tourist destination, with a great lifestyle, balmy weather, unique pioneering history and pearling industry. Yet there’s a lot more to Broome than just tourism… Broome is fast becoming the destination of choice for industry and commerce and is a great place to live and raise a family.

What was Broome originally famous for?

21. In the mid 1800s Broome was originally renown for its mother-of-pearl shell which was used around the world for buttons. When plastic buttons replaced mother-of-pearl in the 1950s, Broome developed its pearling industry.

How much does the Saturday Advertiser cost?

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What are people from Broome called?

The Yawuru people are the Native Title holders for the townsite of Broome, which has over 84 Aboriginal communities located in the Shire of Broome, with 78 classified as remote.

What is the main employment in Broome?

The economy of Broome is reliant on tourism, with retail trade, transport, accommodation and food services contributing roughly 30% to GRP and employment in the area.

Are there saltwater crocodiles in Broome?

(The Broome region’s saltwater crocodiles typically remain in inland waterways.)

How much is it to advertise on a local newspaper?

The average newspaper ad cost depends on the circulation of the paper, the size, day, and ink. A full-page ad can cost anywhere from $2,700 to over $100,000 depending on these factors, whereas small modular ads can cost as little as $50.

How much is a full page ad in The Australian?

between $600 to $3500
The average cost of advertising in a local newspaper can range between $600 to $3500 for a full-page ad based on the day of the advertisement and the amount of circulation the newspaper gets on a certain day. When it comes to national newspapers, the price starts at $1000 for a full-page ad.

What is the population of Broome 2021?

The population estimate for Shire of Broome as of the 30th June 2021 is 16,961. Since the previous year, the population has declined by 0.22%. Population growth in Regional WA was 0.35%.

Can you drink tap water in Broome?

The Department of Health asks people to be vigilant if they have symptoms and to get tested, but not to panic. It remains completely safe to drink water from the tap and take showers as normal.

Is Port Hedland bigger than Broome?

With a population of around 13,000, Port Hedland is one of the larger towns in Australia. Port Hedland is about 5m above sea level. The nearest more populous place is the city of Broome which is 460km away with a population of around 16,000 (show me a map with Port Hedland and Broome).

Is Broome multicultural?

In 1883 the town of Broome was officially established, mainly to serve as a base for the growing pearl shell industry. Since this time, Broome has been a uniquely multicultural Australian town.