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Local Media Organisations
Promote your event to Whakatane audiences through our local media organisations that are proud to support the Whakatane community.
Local award-winning radio station offering Bay of Plenty news, sport, weather & marine information, community notices and adult contemporary music to the Eastern Bay Of Plenty on 90.5FM & 1242AM and 93.0FM at Ohope Beach.
Location: Cnr The Strand & McAlister Street, Whakatane.
Telephone: 07 308 6239.
Fax: 07 307 1242.
BAYROCK 97-7FM & 99-3FM
The Bay of Plenty's original rock station. Owned and operated by Radio 1XX.
Location: Cnr The Strand & McAlister St, Whakatane.
Telephone: 07 306 1222.
Fax: 07 307 1242.
THE SUN 96.9FM
A local iwi radio station with a bilingual programme offering news, sports shows, community notices and contemporary music. Also operates a youth orientated iwi station - Taiohi 98.4FM.
Location: Kingsway Mall, Kopeopeo, Whakatane.
Telephone: 07 308 0403.
Fax: 07 308 0150.
Website: www.sunfm.irirangi.net or www.sunfm.co.nz
WHAKATANE BEACON & BAY WEEKEND
Whakatane's award winning community newspaper, the Whakatane Beacon, is available every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at various newsagents, dairies and bookshops. Bay Weekend is a free lifestyle weekly available late Friday or Saturday. The company also publishes the Kawerau Voice and Opotiki News.
Location: Whakatane Beacon, Pyne St, Whakatane.
Telephone: 07 308 8129.
Fax: 07 308 7569.
Catch up with the news of the Eastern Bay every Thursday with this free community newspaper. This is also the Whakatane office for the Rotorua Daily Post.
Location: Whakatane News, Phoenix House, Pyne St, Whakatane.
Telephone: 07 308 8300.
Fax: 07 307 0567.
PÜ KÄEA NEWSPAPER
Te Whänau o Pü Käea Trust is a publisher of a monthly iwi newspaper for those tribes located in the Bay of Plenty of New Zealand (Aotearoa) and belonging to the Mataatua waka. These tribes are Ngäti Awa, Ngäi Tühoe, Ngäti Whare, Ngäti Manawa, Te Whakatöhea, Ngäi te Rangi, Ngäti Pükenga, Te Whänau a Tauwhao and Te Whänau a Apanui. Pü Käea is a community driven newspaper that informs, educates, entertains and empowers and provides a Mäori forum for all issues affecting Mäori
Location: Kingsway Mall, King Street, Whakatane. Postal PO Box 61, Whakatane.
Telephone: 07 307 2178.
Fax: 07 307 2328.