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The Monaro post : the independent newspaper of the Snowy Monaro Region
Bib ID 3772132
Format NewspaperNewspaper, OnlineOnline [text, still image, online resource]
Uniform Title Monaro post (Online)
Online Access
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Access Conditions Subscription required for access in publisher site.  National edeposit: Available online. 
Description Cooma, NSW : Monaro Media Group Pty. Ltd 
online resource : colour illustrations. 
ISSN 1834-0326 
Notes

Also available in print.

Digital file collected and preserved

Life Dates Began in 2018 
Frequency Weekly 
Subjects Australian newspapers -- New South Wales -- Snowy River Region.  |  Monaro (N.S.W.) -- Newspapers.  |  Australian

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