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eMagazines and eNewspapers

True to print. Thousands of titles to choose from.

eMagazines and eNewspapers are digital replicas of traditional hard copy editions - you'll find all the same content as you would in the printed versions. City of Melville Library members have access to a great range of popular titles, all free to access with your library card.


PressReader gives you access to the latest issues of 7000 newspaper and magazine titles from 100 countries in 60 languages.

PressReader publications include full text and images and look exactly the same as the printed version. You can also search in back issues from the last two months (depending on the title), read instant translations of articles or listen whilst articles are read to you.

Please note that due to publisher restrictions, a small number of the titles are not available when accessing PressReader on a mobile device.

Just getting started? Watch our 'How to' videos below or read our Quick Start Guide

Need help? PressReader Help

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Access PressReader on Your Android Device

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RBdigital (formerly Zinio) gives you access to hundreds of Australian and International magazines – available 24/7 with no waiting lists!

*** Update 3/4/2020: In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of available magazine titles has been increased to over 3,500.

Provided jointly by the State Library of Western Australia and Public Libraries WA, RBdigital magazines replicate the entire hard copy magazine and may also include extra features such as interactive graphics, videos and much more. Back issues are available from August/September 2014 onwards.

Note: The RBdigital Magazines website was updated in November with a new look. To display a full page of magazine covers, click on the "Explore" button.

Just getting started? Quick Start Guide

Need help? RBdigital Help


City of Melville Libraries members have access to the digital replica editions of a number of newspapers, including the Australian Financial Review, The West Australian and Perth Sunday Times. Visit our eResources page for more information.

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