Most people wouldn't know it, but in addition to its website (which compares most unfavorably with almost any other Jewish newspaper - anywhere), the Jewish News publishes an electronic "smart" edition of both the Melbourne and Sydney newspapers. These include every single page of the paper. The model used is reasonably user-friendly. The current week's edition is usually available to subscribers by Wednesday evening.
Here is a screenshot of the subscription fees, which - strangely - are higher than for the hard copy version. Go figure.
We delved further and found that there is a website "PressDisplay.com" which hosts these and many other (1700) newspapers. They seem to have a totally different price schedule, which, if we understood it correctly, offers the same service (and more) at a far lower cost.
But wait, there's more...
The State Libraries of Victoria and WA subscribe to Press Display, which means that any member of the library can download the newspapers that they host - including the Melbourne and Sydney editions of AJN - free! (We haven't checked it out, but assume that the same situation applies in thr other states' main libraries.)
All you have to do, is go to your State Library website and join up as a member. You will receive a membership card in the mail with details on how to log on - and you will be able to read the AJN (if you really want to) at no cost.
Here's a few pages from this week's Sydney edition from that website: