How to deal with a royal family news
The Royal Family and their children are among the many stories the Government is taking on to tackle the royal news.
The Government is launching a royal news initiative, called the Royal Family of Australia, to give people more access to the royals and their families.
The first step is to create a royal biweekly tabloid, which will be published every week in the national newspaper, The Australian, as well as on the ABC, the ABC TV and radio and on social media.
The newspaper will also have a royal history section.
The royal bi-weekly newspaper will include stories on the lives of the royal families, the history of the family and the Royal Australian Museum.
The royal family is one of the largest royal families in the world, numbering over 1,000 members and spanning two centuries.
The Royal Australian and Malaysian Presidents are members of the Royal family.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said the biweekly newspaper would provide the best possible access to royal news and stories.
“This is going to be the most comprehensive royal bi‑weekly publication in history, covering a range of topics including royal affairs, royal family affairs, royals’ history, royal weddings, royal births, royal deaths and the royally honoured,” he said.
“There will be a lot of information on royal births and deaths, and also the royal weddings and royal funerals.”
The Government’s news releases are also designed to appeal to a younger audience.
“The bi‑weekly newspaper will give people a great deal of insight into the life and times of the royal family,” Mr Turnbull said.
“It will also give them a great sense of what it is like to be a member of the British royal family and to be part of that family.”