Seeing as there's the odd Kindle related post kicking around I thought I'd share the following.
Whilst you can pay £9.99 a month for things like The Guardian from Amazon there is another way.
Download a piece of software called Calibre (http://calibre-ebook.com/) - completely free and legal.
Once installed it will ask you to set up the software to be able to email documents to your Kindle (all the Amazon settings for this on under the 'Manage Your Kindle' bits and bobs on your Amazon account.
Then, using Calibre use the Fetch News button at the top and subscribe to The Guardian news feed (under English UK) and set it to schedule a daily download. This will download the latest Guardian news to Calibre. This is a completely free service offered by The Guardian and completely legit.
Then, when you've got today's new on Calibre, right click on it and go to Connect/share and send it to your Kindle email address. When you next turn on your Kindle wireless hey presto - The Guardian on your Kindle for £0.00 p/m.
It works for the The Independent, Daily Mail, Sun and Metro also. As The Times and Telegraph are now paid site you need a subscription for these.
There's plenty of other news feeds available on Calibre and you can work them the same. I go for Time magazine as well and Wired. Some of them do require a subscription but others don't. Have a play and see what works.
Anyone get stuck trying this out - let me know I'll try and help where possible.
As I say this is completely legit and basically is a fancy RSS news aggregator but works fantastically well to get the news you want on your Kindle without being stung for the subscription charges.