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Supply Chain Management: News & current affairs

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Finding newspaper articles

News reports are the most up-to-date source of information on companies, commodities and industries in specific countries. To find newspaper articles you can search a newspaper database or a newspaper website:

Watch news reports online

TVNews indexes Australian television news, current affairs and selected documentaries from free- to-air networks with links to the video content. Individual stories from a particular broadcast are indexed with a detailed summary. TVNews is updated daily, with evening news stories being available the next morning.

What are RSS feeds?

What are RSS feeds?

RSS stands for 'Really Simple Syndication'. Instead of having to visit all of your favourite sites and blogs, you can use RSS to receive updates of these sites automatically.

To use feeds you will need to set up a feed reader. Some of the popular ones are:


Google reader

Setting up an RSS feed

Once you have installed your feed reader, find the feed you are interested in subscribing to (look for the orange RSS feed button on the site) 

Read the instructions given by your Feed Reader on how to subscribe to the feed.

You can then simply check your feeds regularly to see what new content has been published.

More on RSS feeds and alerts