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Best Motorbuy is a whole owned subsidy of Star Media Ltd. Star Media reaches Christchurch, Canterbury and New Zealand audiences every day. The diversified media company is one of New Zealand’s largest independent media companies and prides itself on delivering successful multi-platform marketing solutions.
South Islands Best Car Sales Guide
Courier Country has a circulation of approximately 15,200.
Distributed free to all RD boxholders from Moeraki in rural North Otago to the Waimakariri river.
Media/news company in Balclutha, New Zealand
Media/news company in Balclutha, New Zealand
Drivesouth is the South Island's leading motoring website with car dealers Drivesouth from across the south island including , Gore, Invercargill , Dunedin , Oamaru , Timaru , Christchurch , Greymouth , Hokitika , and Nelson. Search the great range of new & used cars for sale on Drivesouth. Read our up to date motoring news, New Zealand and overseas motorsport news, and vehicle road tests and reviews.
Drivesouth is the South Islands leading motoring website with car dealers
Hokitika Guardian is the Evening Star's second subscription publication. A Monday to Friday morning edition, it primarily serves the Hokitika area. Hokitika Guardian is tabloid format with full colour capacity and focuses on local/community news and sport. Headquartered in the main street of Hokitika, the Hokitika Guardian office is electronically linked to the Greymouth Evening Star, where the edition is printed.
First published in 1865, the Hokitika Guardian is one of the country's oldest newspapers.
The Mountain Scene is an independent, locally owned, newspaper established in Queenstown in 1972. The Mountain Scene has created its own unique identity and style and made a reputation that sees it continually dominating the fiercely competitive Queenstown media battleground.
Mountain Scene is the number one broker of mass attention in the Wakatipu.
Property Guide North Otago is part of the Oamaru Mail Regional Newspaper
Real Estate Portal Serving the North Otago area.
The Southland Express Property Press Liftout is a weekly property magazine insert in the Southland Express.Featuring the "home of the week" a selected property each week
35,000 copies are available free throughout Southland every Thursday. Digital edition available
Property Scene is the part of the Mountain scene community newspaper and specialize is local Property Listings
Voice of Queenstown
The Property Times online was launched in March 2011 to compliment the Property Times publication which is delivered with The Courier Community Newspaper.
South Canterbury only dedicated property website.
Southern Rural Life is a free newspaper delivered fortnightly on Wednesdays to 21,000 rural mailboxes in Otago and Southland. Packed with news of general interest to the rural community,the tabloid publication also proudly profiles farmers, graziers and businesses throughout the South.
A full-colour publication.
The Southland Express is a weekly tabloid community newspaper based in Invercargill, New Zealands southernmost city.
The Express is delivered free to all households in the Invercargill area and most of the Southland
Star Media reaches Christchurch, Canterbury and New Zealand audiences every day. The diversified media company is one of New Zealand’s largest independent media companies and prides itself on delivering successful multi-platform marketing solutions.
Established in 1985, the Ashburton Courier has become mid-Canterbury's favourite best-read newspaper among main income earners and household shoppers.
Delivered from Rakaia River south to Geraldine.
Based in Gore, The Ensign, like the district it services, is moving into a bright new era. It is proud to provide in-depth coverage about the people of Eastern and Northern Southland and West Otago and the issues that directly affect them. The Newspaper has serviced the area for more than a century, and is an active sponsor of many cultural activities and sporting events.
The Ensign, established in 1878, is distributed to more than 11,500 homes on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Established in 1866, the Greymouth Evening Star serves the province of Westland, New Zealands longest region. The newspapers circulation area stretches from Westport in the north to Haast in South Westland through some of the countrys most remote wilderness. The Star, which is New Zealand's sixth oldest daily newspaper, had its origins in the gold rushes of the Westland region. It was founded by James Snyder Browne as a four-page daily and began publication on March 18, 1866.
Greymouth Evening Star serves the province of Westland, New Zealand's longest region.
The Lakes District and Central Otago News is delivered to 21,500 homes weekly on Thursdays.
Based in Alexandra and with a branch office in Wanaka, The News was first published on June 1, 1948
The Hurunui News, based in Amberley, is published every Thursday.
Delivered throughout rural North Canterbury, including Hanmer Springs, Culverden, Cheviot, Amberley.
The Oamaru Mail is a daily newspaper published Monday to Friday in Oamaru.
First published in 1876 and serves the North Otago area.
The Otago Daily Times, the newspaper with the longest history of daily publication in New Zealand, first rolled off the press on November 15, 1861. Today, the newspaper continues to enjoy a prominent position as one of the country's four major dailies. Throughout the 141 years of its life under 10 editors, it has kept its region and the interests and aspirations of that region's populace as its major focus, although its coverage is broad, including international and national news, and strong business and sporting sections. Quality design, including many photographs and graphics, has been an increasingly important part of its appeal in recent years.
New Zealands oldest daily newspaper
The Post - Your Community Newspaper, 22 200 copies distributed weekly in and around Franklin & North Waikato. Including Waiuku, Pukekohe, Karaka, Tuakau, Drury, Ramarama, Bombay, Awhitu, Waiau Pa, Glenbrook, Patumahoe, Puni, Pokeno, Mercer & Meremere areas of New Zealand.
The Post - Your Community Newspaper, 22 200 copies distributed weekly in and around Franklin & North
The Star community newspaper circulates weekly throughout the urban area of Dunedin city and its environs. The distribution area includes Dunedin, the historic township of Port Chalmers with its busy contain
Packed with Dunedin news and views, The Star is delivered free to more than 43,500 homes on Thursday
A weekly community newspaper topical to the district it serves. The company's philosophy is to produce a readable avenue for advertisers and community news and information.
From the Rangitata River in the north to the Waitaki River in the south covering Timaru City, 11 tow
Printed every Wednesday, The West Coast Messenger is distributed from Karamea in the north to Haast in the south and as far east as Murchison. Established as an independent six years ago, The Messenger was bought by the Greymouth Evening Star two years ago and merged with its existing weekly, The Coaster.
A tabloid, it carries a high percentage of colour and normally runs to 24 pages.