The Wingham Chronicle has been published since 1880 and is regarded as the town's bible.
If something happens in the town or surrounding district - it's in the Chronicle. The paper identifies strongly with its community and gets behind
annual town promotions such as Beef Week and retail sale days.
Regular pages of school news, created in conjunction with the town's four schools, are popular, along with all the sports results from a strongly sports-minded community.
Located on the Manning River, 12km west of Taree, Wingham is a town built around the dairy and beef cattle industries.
The town is serviced by air through Taree and has three XPT rail services each day in each direction.
Wingham is well known for the Manning Valley Beef Week which is run in the first week of May each year. Catering for all facets of the beef industry, it is the leading event of its type on the North Coast.