This week the South Island moves to Alert Level 3 at midnight, Tuesday 31st August. All of our Star Media publications will be printed and home delivered back to full circulations.
This includes The Star, Bay Harbour News, North Canterbury News, Selwyn Times, Pegasus Post, Southern View, Nor West News, Western News and DriveSouth. Please note that the Selwyn Times paper will be delivered on Wednesday/Thursday this week (normally it is delivered on a Tuesday/Wednesday).
We'd like to thank you for your patience and understanding during this time, and will update you with any changes to your local newspaper or Star Media publications, if we move back into a higher Alert Level.
We encourage you to stay updated with the local news that matters to Cantabrian's online at starnews.co.nz.
The thriving “Bay Harbour” community of Brookhaven to Akaroa connect with their local newspaper every Wednesday. Editorially led with local stories and campaigns, the paper is the voice of the community.
Every issue is full of local news, business, entertainment, sport, food, fashion, health, puzzles, travel, school news, property, classifieds, gardening, motoring, home and more.
The hyper-local content of the Bay Harbour News means the newspaper’s engagement with readers simply continues to grow.
9,714 copies of the Bay Harbour News are delivered into 10 key areas of Canterbury, including Brookhaven, Heathcote, Ferrymead, Mt. Pleasant, Redcliffs, Sumner, Lyttelton, Diamond Harbour, Governors Bay and Akaroa.
Every Wednesday, copies are home delivered and also available at prominent retail outlets across the area.
The digital edition of the Bay Harbour News can also be read online. Every edition of the paper can be read online for free. Content is also shared on the Facebook page 'Star News Rise Up Christchurch' with an audience of over 100,000 people.