The Guardian Motueka Community Newspapers circulation area is Tapawera to Golden Bay (top of the south). We are the only paper to give total saturation coverage of Local News and Sport. We have been in the market place 17 years, publishing 28/32 pages every Wednesday to meet the growing demand for advertising space, local stories and sport.
We have grown because we have given the local community good local News Coverage, Sports Coverage, Trades Advertising, Public Notices and all other services which a good newspaper is expected to provide.
The Guardian Newspaper is the only locally owned newspaper based in Motueka. Published every WEDNESDAY, our circulation includes all rural mail farms, rural box holders and households from Tapawera, Mapua, Motueka to Golden Bay.
Our ABC audit continues to grow, just like the Tasman District market
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Motueka township is a thriving business community being 52km from Nelson. The primary source of income for our region is horticulture, fishing and tourism.
The Guardian Newspaper is a true local community newspaper publishing stories that reflect its community. Publishing 28/32 pages every week, The Guardian supports 90% of the local advertising in the district. It is extremely well read for its news content, large number of letters to the editor, sport and for its classified pages.
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