News & Media / newspapers in New Zealand
Here you will find website and business listings for newspapers in New Zealand.
Daily regional newspaper covering local, national & international events, sports and so on; brought out by Bay of Plenty Publishing, which also publishes Bay News, Katikati Advertiser, Coastal News, Waihi Leader etc.
Monthly newspaper catering to small & medium enterprises (SMEs); has general business news, company appointments, events diary, columns etc; distributed free to 40,000 business post office boxes in the Auckland region, airport lounges, hotels etc.
Published twice a week; on Tuesdays in combination with the Rangitikei Mail, and on Thursdays as a standalone community paper; delivered to every home and business in the Manawatu District Council area; a Fairfax publication.
Fiordland Advocate is a quality free community newspaper distributing over 8,500 copies throughout Southland NZ from Stewart Island to Queenstown. We cover the latest news & events occuring in Southland New Zealand.
Community newspaper published from Waiheke Island.
Common web site for Napier Mail, Hastings Mail and HB Country Scene, local newspapers published by Fairfax New Zealand Ltd.
Daily newspaper serving the Hawke's Bay region; published by Hawkes Bay Newspapers, a division of APN Ltd, from Hastings; claims a daily readership of 63,000; has local news & stories, sports etc.
The Irish Champion is the only newspaper dedicated to the news, views & stories of the Irish Community in New Zealand.
Published each Wednesday; the smallest paid weekly newspaper in New Zealand with an audited circulation of about 1,600; a Fairfax publication.
Regional newspaper based in Palmerston North; caters to Manawatu and parts of Rangitikei, southern Hawke's Bay, Wairarapa, Wanganui and Horowhenua provinces; has a circulation of 20,000; published by Fairfax New Zealand.
Newspaper in Mandarin Chinese aimed at the ethnic Chinese population in New Zealand.
Weekly newspaper focused on business issues; site sections: business today, markets, media, Australia, Asia, world, technology, arts, etc; based in Auckland; online edition carries articles from print edition.