The New Zealand Herald connects Kiwis to the nation, the world, and to what matters to them. A trusted news source for breaking and local news.
The NZ Herald is part of the fabric of New Zealand, it's a daily newspaper, an award-winning website, mobile site and app. The NZ Herald enables advertisers to reach audiences wherever they are - at work, at home or on the move, through flexible, relevant and cost-effective campaigns.
BusinessDesk has been covering the New Zealand political economy and the fortunes of its listed and unlisted businesses since 2008 with thousands of individual subscribers and more than 150 corporate and government subscribers.
The influential audience makes decisions every day that affects how New Zealand runs. BusinessDesk’s team of award-winning journalists and commentators produces much of New Zealand’s best business journalism. Perfect if you are looking to reach, senior business decision-makers, finance enthusiasts, high-income earners, and ambitious career focussed individuals.
Be Well is the NZ Herald's weekly Monday magazine celebrating your relationship with food, travel, fitness and well-being. Be Well offers recipes, reviews and insider tips on where to eat in New Zealand and abroad as well as gardening and new trends to help you live well. New Zealand's number one food website eatwell.co.nz houses all the recipes and collections Be Well readers can rely on.
Travel provides a guide to national and international locations featuring everything from weekend breaks around New Zealand to the latest food trends around the globe for both the discerning traveller and the dreamer. Travel caters to readers with varying budgets and travel objectives. With a nation of avid travelers, and readers who are actively looking for travel getaways Travel is the perfect destination for brands that want to speak to a travel-minded audience.
Viva is more than a brand, it's an attitude - smart, savvy, celebratory. It's your premium brand as a weekly magazine in Wednesday's NZ Herald, a quarterly stand-alone gloss retail magazine, and digital, social media, and events. Viva holds a unique and powerful place in the market for fashion, food, beauty, design, and travel.
The audience is discerning and likes to be ahead of the game with what's new and topical.
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Take TimeOut on Thursday for what’s on and what’s good. TimeOut has a broad appeal and helps readers plan for the weekend and week ahead with the best in film, music, television, and live entertainment.
Canvas, the Saturday Weekend Herald’s lift-out lifestyle magazine, enriches readers with a satisfying blend of features, lifestyle, and a substantial living section devoted to contemporary design, food and wine, and fashion. With consistently thought-provoking and stimulating articles, Canvas has a reputation for high-quality journalism.
Spy is the home of all NZME's leading celebrity news, galleries and entertainment content.
It's the inside word on New Zealand’s and the World’s celebrity social scene, tracking the ‘it’ people here and abroad. You’ll find the latest trends and how to wear them, and the hits and misses from the world’s red carpet events.
In print and 24 hours a day online, DRIVEN keeps Kiwi's in the know with all things motoring in NZ, whether they are buying, selling or servicing their car. DRIVEN has New Zealand's largest dedicated editorial motoring team, who write every week about new models, and how they drive on local roads.
OneRoof Herald Homes and OneRoof Local provide local property listings. Housing market trends, insights, and commentary, as well as tips that buyers, sellers, renters and home-owners need to help make property decisions easier, can also be found online at oneroof.co.nz
The Northern Advocate is the leading daily newspaper in the Northland region, serving the community with a tradition of stability, innovation, and growth in providing news coverage of the important issues for the north. With distribution from Kaitaia to Wellsford, The Northern Advocate continues to be the voice for Northlanders.
The Rotorua Daily Post is the only local daily newspaper in Rotorua. The circulation is at the heart of New Zealand's tourism and forestry industries. While the focus is strongly local, the paper also provides up-to-date national and international news and a wide sports coverage
The Bay of Plenty Times daily newspaper covers local news and opinion, including high-profile BOP columnists, obituaries, world section, sport, business, employment and classified advertising.
Hawke’s Bay Today is the Hawke's Bay's daily newspaper (Monday to Saturday). With a fresh, lively look and a primary focus on local news, business and sport, it also offers solid coverage of national and international developments and has a strong features focus covering all topics from food and wine, agriculture and horticulture, home and garden, entertainment, health and technology.
The Whanganui Chronicle is proud to be New Zealand’s oldest daily newspaper. Distributed Monday to Saturday, The Chronicle is a trusted source of news and information, an influential voice in the community, and a powerful advocate for business & enterprise.
Feauring food, entertainment, gardening, travel and books, Essence is the weekend lifestyle magazine, out every Saturday in the Bay Of Plenty & Hawke's Bay.
Local features look at local businesses, activities, and hidden gems to help plan the weekend.
Northland Age, established in 1904, is one of New Zealand’s oldest community newspapers.
The Waikato Herald is published every Friday and delivered inside the New Zealand Herald to loyal subscribers and sold by an extensive network of local distributors throughout the greater Waikato Region.
Te Awamutu Courier has operated from the same site for 103 years. The weekly publication (Thursday) is distributed free to homes in Te Awamutu and surrounding rural areas, including the villages of Kihikihi, Pirongia, Ohaupo and Kawhia.
A sister paper to the Rotorua Daily Post, the Rotorua Weekender is a free weekend paper with a mix of news, columns and regular features, focusing on people in the Rotorua community.
The Taupō & Tūrangi Herald has a loyal readership, made up of locals and the strong holiday contingent of bach owners and mountain goers.
Combining the Waihi Leader and Coastal News, and now reaching out into the Hauraki districts. The Hauraki-Coromandel News covers the diverse news and updates across inland and coast, for the Hauraki and Coromandel communities.
The Katikati Advertiser has a proven history of being the community voice for the Katikati community.
The Napier Courier covers a wealth of art and music events, upbeat community news, and human interest stories.
The CHB Mail goes out to Central Hawke's Bay’s two main towns - Waipukurau and Waipawa, and its many small settlements, from the historic Tikokino to far flung Porangahau Beach.
The Bush Telegraph captures and reports on the lives of people in the Tararua region, with its coverage extending as far north as Norsewood and as far south as Eketahuna. The community newspaper showcases all the region has to offer.
The Stratford Press celebrates the good things in life and takes a stance on things that matter to the people who live in the community.
Whanganui Midweek has one simple purpose – to connect with the Whanganui community. The reach is exceptional, being delivered free to every Whanganui household each week on a Wednesday.
The Manawatu Guardian is proud to offer a wide variety of news to readers every Thursday.
The Horowhenua Chronicle is published every Friday, and is distributed to all letterboxes throughout Levin, Foxton, Shannon, and Tokomaru. We serve our community with pride, concentrating on all things local.
Kapiti News is a trusted, respected and well-known community newspaper with a strong reader connection.
Published by NZME, New Zealand Education Gazette is the Ministry of Education’s official print and online publication to schools. It carries all official notices, school vacancies, and articles/case studies that will inform and inspire school and early childhood educators.