We would like to introduce our newspaper which is Australia’s Leading Arabic Newspaper issued in both Arabic and English languages.
Al-Furat Newspaper has started its end of the year’s offers up 25% discount in our widely distribution adverts.
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AL-Furat, a weekly cultural and social newspaper, was first established in April 2003 By Mr. Hussein Khoshnow, with the purpose of catering for the members of all Arabic communities in Australia.
The aim of the newspaper is to help the newly arrived migrants and refugees from Arabic backgrounds, to settle in their new country and to adapt to the Australian society.
We endeavour to pass all necessary information related to living in Australia, including all Government services and issues, in addition to business and commercial products, in a simple and clear language.
We are pleased to offer you AL-Furat pages to act as a medium to advertise your services and products and to publish all information addressed to our wide range of readers.
AL-Furat has developed to become one of the most popular newspapers in Australia with a readership of 20,000 drawn mainly from the Iraqi and wider Arab communities in Australia.
Al-Furat is highly regarded by its readers of various Arabic backgrounds for its comprehensiveness and neat finish since it is printed on a very good quality paper by one of the best printing firms in Australia.
Also, we remain the only Arabic Newspaper in Australia that is published electronically providing our readers with full access through the internet.
Our readers count over 8,000 every week on the net, in addition to the large number of Kurdish readers.
We provide excellent presentation and outstanding quality of printed and electronic material through both the newspaper itself and our Internet Website: www.furatnews.com.
Should you wish to know more about our publication, please feel free to call me personally on: 02 9727 4056
Editor in Chief