Lifehacker readers don't seem too fussed about newspapers, but if you do fancy reading an actual physical paper, the Crikey Newspaper tracker — listing locations where papers are either given away or offered for free with an admission ticket to a museum or other attraction — could be a useful resource. It's crowdsourced, so you can add your nearest school/cafe/dodgy newsagent drop-off point to the list. [Crikey Newspaper Tracker]
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