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With some of our titles first published 50 or even 100 years ago, Quest has a proud heritage of community service throughout South East Queensland. Sections and supplements are laid out just as in the print edition, but complemented by a variety of digital tools … This business profile is not yet claimed, and if you are the owner, claim your business profile for free. Starting today in a new position as managing director, Commercial Content, Mike said it represented an exceptional opportunity to extend his extensive experience by […]News Corp Australia will unveil an all-new Body+Soul and Stellar flip cover magazine this weekend bringing the two influential Sunday brands together. There are different zones with editorial content grouped according to the communities reached by Quest print titles and niche targeting is currently available across City, East, Logan, Moreton and West zones.With a bright, bold and fresh look, all Quest titles, whether online or in print, are as vibrant and lively as the communities they reflect. From Sunday 5 July the new combined magazine will be published weekly in The Sunday Telegraph (NSW), Sunday Herald Sun (VIC), The Sunday Mail (SA) and Sunday Tasmanian (TAS) with The Sunday Mail […]With some of our titles first published 50 or even 100 years ago, Quest has a proud heritage of community service throughout South East Queensland.News Corp Australia and Woolworths today announced a joint national campaign to support Feed Appeal amid a sharp jump in the number of Australians suffering economic hardship from COVID-19 and seeking food relief. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. All Quest titles feature regular sections such as Motoring, Sport, Street-Watch and Lifestyle as well as local news and issues.Its head office is at the corner of Mayne Road and Campbell Street, Bowen Hills, Queensland.The Quest Newspaper Group was formed in July 1985 through an amalgamation of established weekly free-distribution newspapers across Brisbane.Collectively, Quest Community Newspapers cover an area stretching from Caboolture in the north to Logan in the south, providing coverage of key suburbs in Brisbane for more than 1,000,000 readers in print and online weekly.