Tuesday, 25 June 2019

The Informer

14 Monk Street, Whitianga

Business Details

The Mercury Bay Informer is arguably the widest distributed local paper along the east coast of the central and northern Coromandel.

Every permanent household from Tairua & Pauanui north to Tuateawa receive a weekly copy of The Mercury Bay Informer.

We have bulk stands in Thames (at Pak 'n Save and Mainly Casual), in Tairua (at Four Square and Gull service station) and in Whitianga (at New World, The Warehouse, Post Shop and Betta Electrical).

Bulk delivery is done to the general stores (including Four Squares) in Colville, Coromandel Town, Matarangi, Kauotunu, Cooks Beach, Hahei, Hot Water Beach and Pauanui.

Most of the cafes and motels in our distribution area receive a number of copies of the weekly Mecury Bay Informer.

All of the PO Boxes in Tairua and Coromandel Town receive a copy of the weekly Mercury Bay Informer.

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Business Events

  •  - 25 June 2019 until 25 June 2019
    Te Pōwhiri Wānanga - Jack Thatcher (Master Celestial Navigator) Tuesday 25 June at 7:00pm the Coghill Theatre, Coghill Street, Whitianga. Tickets (no charge) available from Paper Plus Whitianga.
  •  - 13 July 2019 until 13 July 2019
    Mercury Bay Art Escape presents this annual Fair that showcases quality handmade Arts and Crafts produced in the Coromandel Peninsula.
  •  - 17 August 2019 until 17 August 2019
    The Coromandel Peninsula will play host to a round of the 2019 New Zealand Rally Championship on the 17th August 2019.
  •  - 21 September 2019 until 21 September 2019
    The Whitianga Scallop Festival is a celebration of Whitianga seafood and marine heritage, held annually in September.
  •  - 26 January 2020 until 26 January 2020
    With music spanning several decades, from the late 60s through to the early 2000s, the line-up is featuring Billy Idol, George Thorogood and The Destroyers, Anastacia, Creedence Clearwater Revisited and Smash Mouth.
14 Monk Street, Whitianga

The Mercury Bay Informer is a highly popular community newspaper, based in Whitianga. The paper is distributed throughout the Coromandel Peninsula, coast to coast from Thames to north of Colville.