Kapiti Observer: About Us

Last updated 12:39 30/08/2011

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About us

The Kapiti Observer is Kapiti's most credible, timely and accurate source of community information.

Published every Monday and Thursday this colourful, informative tabloid circulates to 25,498 homes and businesses in Pukerua Bay, Paekakariki, Raumati, Paraparaumu, Waikanae, Te Horo and Otaki.

The paper contains a mixture of hard news, features, topical advertising and reader feedback has kept it as the market leader during its over 60 years of publication.

Nielsen CMI Survey (Q1-Q4 2010) Oct 2009 found that the Kapiti Observer had an average issue readership 15+ of 35,000.

 

CONTACT DETAILS

EDITORIAL

Editor: Randall Walker

editor@kapiti-observer.co.nz

News and information:  04-298 5019

editor@kapiti-observer.co.nz

Photo orders: pix.ccn.co.nz

ADVERTISING

Manager: Gay Elliot

gay.elliot@fairfax.co.nz

Retail advertising booking deadlines:

10am Wednesday for Monday publication

10am Friday for Thursday publication

Classified

Karen Newell

classi@kapiti-observer.co.nz

0800 252 774

Classified booking and material deadline:

2pm Thursday for Monday publication

2pm Tuesday for Thursday publication

ADDRESS

Kapiti Observer

Media House, 159 Rimu Rd, Paraparaumu

PO Box 110, Paraparaumu

Ph: +64 4 298 5019

Fax: +64 4 298 2073

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