Four regional dailies had double-figure percentage declines in circulation for the three or six-month period to 30 June, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations. They were: the Standard, Warrnambool, 16.45; the Gold Coast Bulletin, 15.31 per cent; the North West Star, Mount Isa, 12.98; and the Geelong Advertiser, 11.56. And the Townsville Bulletin, down 9.95 per cent, was only a whisker short of a double-figure dip.
Further to Anon's question in comments. Unfortunately I can't find the original data, but as I understand it, the table show a -2.5% fall in the Bully's circulation in April-June with the 9.95% fall discussed in the text refers to the 6 months to end June.