Australia’s The Daily Mail, the country’s oldest newspaper, has released a clipart article featuring photos taken from the cover of The Daily Telegraph, a newspaper in the United Kingdom.
The Daily Mirror, Australia’s largest and oldest newspaper was born in 1797 and is considered to be the most prestigious and prestigious in the country.
The article shows a woman sitting on the back of a car in the back seat of a yellow Rolls Royce, which has been modified with a red and white stripe running down its front.
The man sits on the front of the car, holding a bottle of water, which the woman is wearing.
The two women take a look around and a man appears, looking at the newspaper with a smile on his face.
A woman wearing a red jacket holds a baby on her lap.
The clipart feature shows the newspaper in Australia’s capital Canberra, which is known for its red carpet, opera houses and other popular attractions.
The Telegraph is one of the most well-known newspapers in the world and has been around since 1794, according to its website.
It has a circulation of over 10 million.
The Australian Press Council said that the clipart was a “great example of a genuine public service announcement that Australian newspapers are indeed worthy of their title.”