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Newspaper Resources: Newspapers

Print Sources

Printed copies of some daily newspapers (e.g. The Guardian, The Times) are available at some library sites, although they are not usually kept for more than a few weeks/months.

The Library & Learning Commons also has copies of El Pais, Le Monde and Frankfurtur Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung. The Hartley Library and Winchester School of Art Library do not have any printed newspapers. Please see Library Search for full details of holdings.

Microfilm Sources

Most microfilms at Hartley are kept on the far right of Level 1. There are facilities in this area to read and print from both microfilm and microfiche. If you require assistance during office hours, please ask at the Level 2 Desk.

We hold copies of the Times, Financial Times and Times Literary Supplement from 2011 onwards, and Sunday Times from 2008 onwards. For Special Collections newspaper resources on microfilm see Cope Collection Local Newspapers and Parkes Library Microforms.

Newspaper Websites

The following websites are all freely accessible but you will not usually be able to access their archived material.

• The Daily Telegraph 
• The Guardian 
• The Independent 
• Southern Daily Echo

Full Text Electronic Sources - Contemporary Newspapers

Full Text Electronic Sources - Historical Newspapers

Other Sources of Newspapers

Southampton Central Library, in the City centre is a rich source of local material with microfilm copies of some titles going back to the nineteenth and even eighteenth century.

The British Library Newspaper Collections - help for researchers gives information on the British Library's newspaper collections. (Search the 'Newspaper Library' subset on the British Library catalogue to locate the titles you require.)

Foreign Language News and Newspapers is an MIT-maintained page that links to some freely available European and East Asian language newspapers.

Electronic Indexes

Indexes enable you to search for newspaper articles by keyword combinations or subject headings. Indexes provide references to  articles but not the full text.