The Chronicle acts as a powerful advocate for business and enterprise in the district, and as a champion for community causes, adding its weight to numerous initiatives that enhance the prosperity and vibrancy of Whanganui.
From the pinnacles of power to the grass roots, the Chronicle’s coverage of events and issues has seen it grow a loyal following in print, on its website and on its Facebook page. Its campaigns have touched the community, its editorials have earned respect and its authorative journalism has placed it at the heart of this beautiful swathe of the lower North Island."
Mark Dawson, Editor, Whanganui Chronicle
Based in Whanganui, a vibrant city of 44,500 people, the Whanganui Chronicle prides itself on reflecting the aspirations and issues of all people in the city and a wide rural hinterland. The Whanganui Chronicle continues to be dominant news provider and trusted source for Whanganui City and the wider Whanganui Region.
The Whanganui Chronicle is distributed to Whanganui and surrounds Monday to Saturday in the morning and is distributed to Ruapehu in the North, Rangitikei in the East, South Taranaki in the West, and Whanganui City in the South.
We serve the community with pride, parochially celebrating all things good in the community- at the same time being a voice for all people. We embrace change and innovation, with our website wanganuichronicle.co.nz attracting 80,000 page impressions per week.
"Founded in 1856, the Whanganui Chronicle is New Zealand’s oldest newspaper and celebrated its 160th anniversary in 2016."
Weekly Print Readership37,000
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