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Local Matters
incorporating Hibiscus Matters and Mahurangi Matters.

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The two papers published by Local Matters cover Auckland's northern region from Silverdale/Stillwater to Mangawhai, as well as the southern Kaipara District. Readers often comment on the convenience of the A4 format and it is not unusual for them to be kept for a period of time.
 
Distribution Area
Hibiscus Matters: Dairy Flat to Waiwera -  22,450 copies twice monthly
Mahurangi Matters: Puhoi to Waipu - 13,600 copies twice monthly

See the distribution map
 
Rate Cards & Advertising Specs:
Deadlines & Publication Dates
Please note for booking an ad space, copy must be received no later than two days after deadline. Editorial deadline is two days after the advertising deadline.

A 50% cancellation fee applies for any booking cancelled after deadline.
 
Contact Details

If you are a new advertiser, contact the area rep closest to you and they will organise your advertising in one or both our papers, as well as website advertising, depending on your requirements.
 
Hibiscus Matters Advertising • Phone 09 427 8188
Advertising consultant - Mel Buckley
022 029 1895
sales@localmatters.co.nz

 
Mahurangi Matters Advertising • Phone 09 425 9068
Advertising consultant - Ariana Billington
022 029 1897

local@localmatters.co.nz
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