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Print copies – find places near you

The South Sydney Herald (SSH) continues in print every month. The paper is available from a range of venues across all suburbs in South Sydney – from cafés, pubs and restaurants to shops and community centres.

We are grateful to all participating organisations and businesses, and acknowledge long-standing commitments throughout the Covid lockdowns.

In particular, we acknowledge Counterpoint Community Services in Alexandria and Waterloo, Weave Youth & Community Services in Waterloo, Wayside Chapel in Kings Cross, Glebe Assistance and Partnership Program, Mustard Seed Op Shop in Ultimo, Waterloo Laundrette & Dry Cleaning, Ambour’s Hardware and Mickey’s Fruit & Veges in Redfern, and Hum On King in Newtown.

IGA stores throughout South Sydney remain strong supporters of independent media, alongside the Bower and Food Pantry in Marrickville, Eatz On Abercrombie and Café Abercrombie in Darlington, Lobby Boy in South Eveleigh, Park Café On Chalmers in Redfern, and Slashed Burger in Woolloomooloo.

Special thanks to Redfern Convenience Store and Bargain Super Store, Newtown Sydney Animal Hospitals, the Rose of Australia and Hive Bar in Erskineville, as well as news agencies in Redfern, Erskineville and Kings Cross.

If you’d like to be part of our distribution network, either providing space for print copies or volunteering as a distributor, we’d love to hear from you (please email distribution@ssh.com.au).

See our website for a full list of print locations.

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