What is a community newspaper?
Community paper is a term used by publishers, advertisers and readers to describe a range of publications that share a common service to their local community and commerce.
Who owns the Christchurch Star?
Star Media Allied Press
The Star is a newspaper published in Christchurch, New Zealand….The Star (Christchurch)
|Type||Weekly morning newspaper|
|Owner(s)||Star Media Allied Press|
|Founded||14 May 1868|
What is the role of a community newspaper?
Newspapers unite the various political and governmental entities in our geographic region and help us understand what our vote means to the larger community, or why we should be concerned about a certain issue that especially affects our town or zip code.
What role do newspapers play in communities?
Among all adults, newspapers were cited as the most relied-upon source or tied for most relied upon for crime, taxes, local government activities, schools, local politics, local jobs, community/neighborhood events, arts events, zoning information, local social services, and real estate/housing.
What is the national newspaper of New Zealand?
There are no truly national newspapers, although The New Zealand Herald and to a lesser extent The Dominion Post are both available outside their core areas.
Is the Star newspaper free?
With the trial for new members, you can experience the membership free-of-charge for 30 days on the Standard Plan. This includes full access to news, content, and personalisation features on TheStar.com.my and app.
Who owns the press Christchurch?
media business Stuff Ltd.
The Press is a daily newspaper published in Christchurch, New Zealand owned by media business Stuff Ltd. First published in 1861, the newspaper is the largest circulating daily in the South Island and publishes Monday to Saturday.