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The Report is the longest surviving community paper in the Whangarei district.
It was established 20 years ago and its circulation now stands at 28,858.
Its weekly free distribution each Thursday now covers households from south of the Brynderwyns, across to Dargaville and north to Oakura.
Readership of the full colour, tabloid-sized paper has been surveyed at close to 80% among people aged over 15 in the Whangarei district.
Editorially the publication concentrates on local issues, identities and features while also covering more general special interest areas like gardening, motoring and entertainment.
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