The Armidale Express is a newspaper published in Armidale, a city in the Northern Tablelands, New South Wales. Its frequency is tri-weekly. The Express is read by more than 10,000 readers in Armidale, Uralla, Guyra and Walcha areas.
It began publication as The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser from 1856-1929 and its frequency at the time was bi-weekly. William Hipgrave and Walter Craigie established the newspaper and were the first editors, using the Express to promote their political views. They briefly sold the paper to Owen Gorman in 1858, but regained ownership in 1859. Editorials for the Express in the 1890s initially opposed moves towards Federation. Source