Warrego Watchman

Newspaper, Printing

'The Warrego Watchman premises are part of the Heritage Trail. The business was established in the present building in 1936 by Jack and Allan Tonkin. The company became the Jack Tonkin Printing Company in 1983 and the publication changed its name from the 'Cunnamulla Watchman' to the 'Western Sun to the present "Warrego Watchman". The company has been in the Tonkin family for over 60 years.

'The warrego Watchman" is published each Wednesday in Cunnamulla. Ditribution is to households in Roma, Mitchell, Morven, Blackall, Tambo, Augathella, Windorah, Adavale, Quilpie, Charleville, Wyandra, Thargomindah, Yowah, Eulo, Cunnamulla, Bollon, Dirranbandi, Surat & St. George.

FOR SALE ADS -'Run Them Till You Sell Them' for up to four weeks, for the once only price.

ALL PHOTOS published in 'The Western Sun' are now available in full colour. Photos taken from May onwards only - prices range.

COUNTER CLASSFIEDS -
Deadlines: Bromides: Friday prior, sent e-mail PDF file
Mondays: Displays and run ons -5.00pm

COMMERCIAL PRINTING - talk to us first

Warrego Watchman(Newspaper)
PO Box 49
38 John Street
Cunnamulla
4490

Contact: James Clark

Phone: 4655 1617
Fax:
Email:
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