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Adelaide Advertiser Contact Number, Newsroom Office Address, Email ID, Headquarters

Adelaide Advertiser is among the top 10 most selling newspapers of South Australia. It is a tabloid form of newspaper which is published in the city of Adelaide, South Australia. It’s another name or we can say commonly used name is “The Tiser”. It was firstly published as the name the South Australian Advertiser in 1858.

This newspaper was founded by Reverend John Henry Barrow. In 1931 the Advertiser took over his competitor South Australian Register and The Chronicle, which is its Saturday sister publication. Murdoch changed the format of this newspaper from broadsheet to smaller tabloid form.

This newspaper is printed daily from Monday to Saturday and Sunday edition prints with name of Sunday Mail. This newspaper is purchased throughout the South Australia, Victoria, and South Wales. This newspaper is read by over 580, 000 people each day and 740,000 on each Saturday. It is counted in Australia as the most trusted newspaper.

We are providing you the customer service details information of the Adelaide Advertiser. It contains all the contact information like headquarters office address, customer service contact number, customer service or head office email ids, toll free helpline number of Adelaide Advertiser, head office fax number of Adelaide Advertiser, head office contact number of Advertiser with reference to the official website of the company.

These details are accompanied with the short description and also, there are some of the links too which are shared below in this post. These links are of the career page, contact us page and the section of frequently asked questions of Adelaide Advertiser Company of Australia.

Adelaide Advertiser Customer Service Contact Details

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Customer Service Contact Number:

Departments Contact No.
Digital Subscription 1300 696 397
Home Delivery 1300 306 996
Switchboard 1300 130 370
Circulation Enquiry 1300 306 996
Display Advertising (08) 8206 2737
Messenger Distribution (08) 8347 5744

Customer Service Supporting Hours

Monday to Friday: 7 am to 5.30 pm

Saturday and Sunday: 7 am to 11 am

Adelaide Advertiser Head Office Contact Details

Adelaide Advertiser Official email ID:

Departments

Email ID

Customer Enquiry

circulation@adv.newsltd.com.au
Readers Feedback

advertiser@adv.newsltd.com.au

Circulation

circulation@theadvertiser.com.au
Marketing

marketing@adv.newsltd.com.au

Classified Advertising

classifieds@adv.newsltd.com.au

Adelaide Advertiser Office Phone Number: n/a

Adelaide Advertiser Headquarter Address : 31 waymouth street, Adelaide 5000, South Australia

Customers who have any query or problem or want help regarding advertising they can visit their office from Monday to Friday till 9 PM.

Adelaide Advertiser Postal Address: 31 waymouth street, Adelaide5000, South Australia, GPO Box 339, Adelaide SA 5001

This is the postal address of Adelaide Advertiser. You can write to the company official on this address.

Adelaide Advertiser Head Office Fax Number: n/a

Adelaide Advertiser Official Website: www.adelaidenow.com.au

This is the link of e-news portal of Adelaide Advertiser. Customers can follow this link to read news. Here you can also get further information about company and you can also get in touch with company officials by filling contact form.

Social Profiles

Facebook Page: facebook.com/theadvertiser

Twitter Handle: twitter.com/thetiser

Instagram Handle: N.A

Pinterest Profile:  N.A

YouTube Channel:  N.A

Google+ Page: plus.google.com/+AdvertiserAustralia/posts

Linked in Profile: N.A

Important Links

Contact page: adelaidenow.com.au/help/contact-us
By following this link you can get to contact page of the concern. Here you can get all the further information related to e-news portal and newspaper. Also you can contact to the customer service officials by filling contact form given below on this page.

Career Page: newscorpaustralia.com/careers
This is the link of the official career page of the Adelaide Advertiser Company. This link will provide you the details of the various job opportunities introduced by the company by the date. 

FAQ section: adelaidenow.com.au/gettingstarted7
This above link is of the official section of the frequently asked questions of Adelaide Advertiser Company of Australia.

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  • Michelle Howells January 19, 2016, 6:47 am

    If possible, could someone speak with me please, it is about ascertaining if someone has died. I am trying to find some notice of a deceased person, last year.
    Thankyou, Michelle 0488170348

  • Bonnie April 22, 2016, 7:47 am

    Hi sorry but i don’t know which phone number to call. I have been collecting the Anzac coins but i’m still missing 2 which are fromeless & afghanistan. Just wondering whether i can buy them at the office in waymouth st or any other news agency. Tried a lot but all sold out. Thank you.

  • Jo Vandermark June 1, 2016, 8:10 pm

    Letter to the Editor

    ALL JOBS ARE NOT EQUAL

    ‘Jobs and Growth’ is the three word slogan claimed by the government to be their economic policy. But not all jobs are equal, indeed it is demonstrably clear that some jobs are more equal than others.

    If you are a world-renowned, prize-winning scientist researching climate change, arguably the most important threat facing the planet, you can be dismissed without a second thought.

    If you are one of the Australian scientists hailed for their contribution to the revelatory discovery of gravitational waves, your group was already disbanded before international recognition arrived.

    If you are a scientist working in CSIRO, once Australia’s internationally esteemed and envied premier science organization, you may have survived the 2014 sacking of five hundred scientists only to be tossed aside in the latest senseless round of cuts and retrenchments.

    Or you may have been one of the dispensable scientists already cast adrift by this government’s cuts to DSTO, ANSTO, AIMS and CRCs, necessitated by funding reductions of at least $420 million to a number of iconic agencies and programs in its first budget. As for the scientists engaged in the new, innovative, twenty-first century industries of renewable energy, forget it! Your jobs are not worth worrying about.

    If on the other hand you are engaged in the highly subsidized forestry industry, cutting down our remaining old growth forests to be exported as wood chips at a financial loss redeemed only by heavy government subsidization, your job is indispensable.

    If you are operating an excavator or any other employment in the fossil fuel industries, your job is highly valued by our government as it continues to spend billions of dollars subsidizing this favoured industry.

    If your job forms part of Australia’s Cultural Industries, whether as a visual artist, musician, dancer, administrator, or an employee in one of Australia’s major cultural institutions, it doesn’t matter how many statistics you produce of your value to the economy, the number of visitors, the size of the audiences, the rate of citizen participation, the bad news is that your jobs are at the bottom of the values scale for this government. Your job security is zilch!

    We appear not to have advanced from our primal frontier instincts of cut it down, dig it up, ship it out, the mentality of Australian being the quarry for Asia, its settler citizens being incapable of scientific innovation, advanced manufacturing, of participation in the sophisticated new world industries of the twenty-first century.

    I believe our government is selling Australians short.

    Jo Vandermark 16/1 Daly St Larrakeyah NT 0820 0409 699 170

  • Deb Richardson August 9, 2016, 5:11 am

    SALA 2016. Mark Ryan is a local artisan. Mark won the Oz Minerals copper sculpture award for2015. Titled “Welcome to the land of copper and dragons” Mark created our unique leafy sea dragon in copper and I it is on exhibition at our Adelaide airport for the month of August 2016. It is nothing short of spectacular. Please support our SALA event and our local artists. Well worth seeing this sculpture. Thanking you, Debra Richardson of Allenby Gardens.

  • Amanda September 9, 2016, 3:25 am

    I have a story for you i need to tell south australians that the emergency dept at flingders and wakefield st faiiled to find a spine fracture at their emergency trauma unit following a serious car accident recently . Please contact me for further information , not sure if i should contact health minister or whom to make a complaint! Please contact me on 042999694

  • Ann October 27, 2016, 10:13 pm

    I want to know when you are going to return the number puzzle to the Sunday Mail? It was in the T.V. book part of the Mail.
    It had 9 squares and some help with numbers in circles of different colours.
    It was really good and a brain challenge.
    Thank you
    Ann

  • Lee jessett November 13, 2016, 6:45 pm

    I would like to purchase a copy of the front page photo on The Advertiser today,14 November 2016, showing three windswept girls, Jasmine, Holly and Elyshia Ogston. Could you please advise my next move and the cost. Thank you

  • Sandra Jupe November 16, 2016, 11:56 pm

    Media are too busy to cover the story of Telstra Bigpond webmail which has been down for past week and best you can get from the local Telstra Office is to contact Disconnection Services and you will get to speak to someone in Australia. Telstra don’t ring back.
    By the way don’t bother using the email address as it is not working!
    Phone: 08 8344 7716

  • GEOFF MARSLAND December 16, 2016, 7:50 pm

    On Saturday 17/12/16 I noted the reduction in size of the Weekend Magazine [approx 30% ] and the Real Estate Magazine [ 50% ] and also the announcement that these Magazines will not form part of the Saturday Edition of the Advertiser for the next 2 weeks.
    I wait in anticipation the announcement that the cost of the Saturday Advertiser will be reduced accordingly during this period.
    The same comments would be applicable due to the reduced content of the Sunday Mail and the Weekday Advertiser during the next couple of weeks.

    Thank you.

  • Pamela Randall December 20, 2016, 2:23 pm

    My paper was not delivered today. I went in to your system to report it, but I keep getting a message that says you can only report the last 7 days. That’s fine. I’m trying to report TODAY.

  • hollie donnellan February 9, 2017, 2:03 am

    hello, im wondering if i can get a replacement ‘year i was born book’ for both 2009 and 2011???

  • JACQUELYN HARVEY July 29, 2019, 4:58 am

    YOUR PRESS BUTTON PHONE SERVICE DOES NOT WORK PROPERLY AND IS TOTALLY UNACCEPTABLE FOR CONSUMERS. OUR PAPER WAS NOT DELIVERED AGAIN TODAY. I DON’T WANT AN INVESTIGATION…I WANT A PAPER TODAY! I WANT TO SPEAK TO SOMEONE TO FIND OUT IF THE WHOLE AREA MISSED OUT….AND I WANT SOMETHING DONE ABOUT OUR PAPER ARRIVING WET EVERY TIME IT RAINS. IF YOU CAN’T BE BOTHERED TALKING TO CONSUMERS YOU SHOULD PUT THAT IN YOUR ADS

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