It grew from what was then known as the Weekend Report, in the 1980s, to become the Whangarei district’s first free weekday paper.
The publication concentrates on local issues, identities and features while also covering more general special interest areas, such as motoring and entertainment."
Craig Cooper, Editor, Whangarei Report
The Whangarei Report is distribution free, each Thursday and now covers households from south of the Brynderwyns, across to Dargaville and north to Oakura.
The Whangarei presents an even gender split in its reader base. These high value readers are skewed to being in the top socio-economic levels, earning incomes well above the regional average. A large proportion of these readers are home owners, who like new ideas to improve their home.
Source: Nielsen CMI Fused Q1 16 - Q4 16 December AP15+
"The Whangarei Report is the longest surviving community newspaper in the Whangarei district."
Weekly Print Readership39,000