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How do I suspend my age delivery?

Log in to My Account, located in the top right menu of theage.com.au. Select 'Suspend your delivery' from the quick links on the My Account homepage, or navigate to the 'Subscriptions' tab. via

How much does the age cost?

Join The Age from $3.50 per week and support news you can trust. via

How do I cancel my The Age subscription?

You can change or cancel your subscription at any time. Change your subscription in My Account or cancel your subscription by calling our customer service team on 13 66 66. via

How do you write your age in a letter?

  • Email: [email protected]e.com.au.
  • Keep it short We ask for letters to be no longer than 200 words for The Age.
  • Keep it simple Try to make one or two clear points.
  • Keep it with us Don't copy your letter to other newspapers.
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    Is the Age app free?

    If you are currently using our tablet edition for iPad or Android, we have introduced a "freemium" model which allows you to swipe and browse through unlimited articles in our daily sections, photos and videos. International visitors have access to 10 free articles on the theage.com.au a month. via

    Is the age still printed?

    Among its stable of daily print publications are The Age, The Australian Financial Review and the Bendigo Advertiser. The building was sold in 2014, and printing was to be transferred to "regional presses". via

    How do I suspend newspaper delivery?

  • Click here to setup a Temporary Stop.
  • Sign in (if you haven't already)
  • Select a Stop Date - this is the date when delivery will be stopped.
  • Select a Restart Date - this is the date when delivery will resume. Note:
  • Select a Paper Option.
  • Click Temporarily Stop My Paper.
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    How do I contact the Age newspaper?

    Please visit our FAQs page. Alternatively, please contact our customer service team by submitting a request, or by phoning 13 66 66 or +61 2 7966 6900 between 7.30am-5.30pm AEST Mon-Fri and 7.30am-10.30am AEST Sat-Sun. via

    Can you publish a letter sent to you?

    Privacy law

    This means that personal information cannot be processed or published without permission. So, in general, publishing a letter without permission could be ruled to be an infringement of copyright and breach of privacy and confidentiality. via

    How do you write a letter to the editor?

  • Open the letter with a simple salutation.
  • Grab the reader's attention.
  • Explain what the letter is about at the start.
  • Explain why the issue is important.
  • Give evidence for any praise or criticism.
  • State your opinion about what should be done.
  • Keep it brief.
  • Sign the letter.
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    Is there an age app?

    Get straight to the story with The Age app, available for iOS and Android. As a subscriber, you can enjoy unlimited access to award-winning news wherever you go. via

    What age do I look like app?

    Launched in 2017, FaceApp isn't necessarily new. But it's making headlines again because the app has gotten good – like, eerily good – at showing users what they'll look like when they age. It's scary, so use at your own risk. via

    Is The Age on Apple news?

    How to access Apple News. 1. Visit the News app found on your homescreen and search for 'The Age'. via

    Who owns the Australian?

    Parent companies

    The Australian is published by News Corp Australia, an asset of News Corp, which also owns the sole daily newspapers in Brisbane, Adelaide, Hobart, and Darwin, and the most circulated metropolitan daily newspapers in Sydney and Melbourne. News Corp's Chairman and Founder is Rupert Murdoch. via

    Is the age independent?

    The Age is Melbourne's truly independent voice, and our journalists are dedicated to covering the stories that matter to Victorians – in a fair, frank and fearless manner, as you, our readers, demand. More people are reading The Age than ever before. via

    Where is the Age newspaper printed?

    The Age, Australian daily newspaper published in Melbourne and widely considered to provide some of the finest news coverage in the country. via

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