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Advertising Category - - Ethnic and Multicultural

Stella magazine

Independent bi-monthly thinking woman's magazine for the Pacific Islands

India At Melbourne Magazine - Ethnic Media

One & only multilingual Ethnic Indian monthly magazine having Hindi, Punjabi & Endlish languages in it. We cover wider area of Indian community in Victoria

RELAXA - Ethnic Media

Community-based lifestyle monthly English magazine. It is targeting the Indian, Pakistani, Nepali, Bangladeshi and Sri Lankan community in Sydney.. distributed free.

Tamil Australian - Ethnic & Multicultural Media

Reach Australia's Tamil community through Tamil Australian National Media

OBQ Weekly - Chinese Magazine

The leading Chinese weekly magazine in Australia distributed nationally with diversified content interviewed by very own journalists and editorial team

iage media - Chinese Newspaper

iAge is well known for its iAge weekly newspaper, the most read Chinese publication in South Australia. We deliver our services via dedicated media channels which we have established, such as the Weekly Newspaper, Business Directory, Websites and Radio Program.

Ang Kalatas

Philippine community newspaper serving Sydney. Australia. We have over 20,000 readership from our print and online editions.

The Niche Radio Network

Multi-programmed radio network with 30 stations on-air (including all capital cities), networked 24 hours a day, providing a mix of multi-cultural communities and special interest groups with their radio fix.

Milliyet Australia Turkish Newspaper

Milliyet ethnic community newspaper reaches to more than 40000 Turkish people on weekly bases with our Free Newspaper and online advertising

Merise Magazine

Reach South African women in Australia and New Zealand who left their homeland to find new means of livelihood