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The Greyhound Recorder is a weekly publication that is printed and sold every Thursday. The newspaper offers comprehensive and in-depth news reports about greyhound racing. It also covers a trader’s mart and information about the upcoming races.
History of The Greyhound Recorder
Founded by Dave Alexander in 1931, the newspaper was printed and released from the office at Campbell Street in Sydney. During the 1930s, the newspaper, which had 16 pages, was sold at the meagre price of three pence which was almost the decimal equivalent of almost 2 cents. Alexander developed and looked after the newspaper during its early years and retired in 1950.
The paper always had strong editorial content ever since its first edition. Jack Woodward took over the paper after Alexander’s retirement. After serving 25 years as the editor, Woodward was succeeded in 1975 by Frank Kennedy.
In the late 1960s, the newspaper shifted its head office to Surry Hills on Devonshire Street. Almost nine...