Kinglake Ranges News began as a university project then became a work in progress. It still is. Through hard work and many late nights we became – and now are – a leading news site, ranked as the #45,703 website of all Australian websites.
On average over 800 people a day read Kinglake Ranges News. Data for August shows 13,827 unique viewers [according to WordPress]. That is equal to 864 viewers a day. If annualised AWStats are used its 516.73 unique readers a day.
Andrea Carson, Associate Professor, La Trobe University released a book on Monday “Investigative Journalism, Democracy and the Digital Age.”
Carson also spoke about her book as co-host of The Conversation Hour on ABC Melbourne with Jon Faine yesterday. The book is published by Routledge Books.
The Australian Federal Police has this week conducted two high-profile raids on journalists who have exposed government secrets and their sources.
For the first three months of 2019 over 30,000 people “really read” Kinglake Ranges News. Our nearest competitor had only 5,997 viewers for the same period. (Sources: SimilarWeb, Alexa, Google Anayltics and AWStats).
UPDATED 4.30pm:Kinglake Ranges News continues as Murrindindi Shire’s number one online news site with over two million hits in 2019.
It’s official. Thanks to all our readers, contributors and mentors for making us the Murrindindi and surrounding district’s number one online news site by over 60,000 readers a month.
Yes, it’s true. From the launch of Kinglake Ranges News in June 2017, one so-called ‘newspaper man’ continues to use others’ work unabated.
The Herald Sun‘s James Dowling today reported a state commemoration will be held at the Royal Exhibition Buildings on Monday, 4 February.