Welcome to CNAV

The Community Newspaper Association of Victoria (CNAV) is the peak body representing not-for-profit community newspapers across Victoria.

CNAV works actively with its members to enhance the capacity and standing of community newspapers, to enable them to fully realise their vital role in communities.

Roundabout

Roundabout is CNAV’s in-house publication. For the latest issue, click here. Archived issues are available here.

NOTICES

Electoral advertisements

All electoral advertisements (not just at election time) at Federal, State and Local government levels must include the name and address of the person who authorised the advertisement.  The address must be a full street address and suburb or locality.

Note:      See sub-section 328 (1) of the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918 and sub-section 83(1) of the Victorian Electoral Act 2002).  Under sub-section 328(5) of the Commonwealth Act, the address of a person means an address, including a full street address and suburb or locality, at which the person can usually be contacted during the day. It does not include a post office box.  Under section 3 of the Victorian Act, address does not include a post-office box.

NEWS

2016 Conference

CNAV’s 2016 conference was held at Bendigo on Saturday, 8 October

See the Conferences page for more details.

Archived news items are available here.

Useful Links

Our Community

Our Community is Australia’s Centre for Excellence for the nation’s 600,000 not-for-profits & schools, providing advice, tools, resources and training.   https://www.ourcommunity.com.au/

The Citizen

The Citizen is an online publication of the Centre for Advancing Journalism