Monday, 21 January 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

  •  - 4 January 2019 until 28 January 2019
    Event
    More than 100 new artworks by members of the Whitianga Art Group. Free entry. All artwork for sale.
  •  - 8 January 2019 until 27 January 2019
    Event
    Matarangi Beach Summer Festival offers a variety of activities, including Sunday markets at the Matarangi Shops until Sunday 27 January 2019.
  •  - 27 January 2019 until 27 January 2019
    Event
    Another Summer Concert is coming to the Whitianga Waterways Arena on Sunday 27 January 2019. It is a full-day affair, perfect for the middle of summer. Gates open at 11.00am and the concert finishes around 6.30pm.
  •  - 27 March 2019 until 31 March 2019
    Event
    The 2019 edition of the annual Repco Beach Hop will be held from Wednesday 27 March to Sunday 31 March and a visit to Whitianga, known as the Repco Whitianga Beach Party, is scheduled for Thursday 28 March.

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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.