The Oamaru Mail

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The Oamaru Mail
Type Daily Newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Mainland Media
Editor Chris Tobin
Founded 1876
Headquarters Oamaru, New Zealand
Website The Oamaru Mail

The Oamaru Mail is a daily newspaper published Monday to Friday in Oamaru, New Zealand. It was first published in 1876 and serves the North Otago area. It has a readership of about 10,000. Its circulation area stretches from Waimate in the north down through Oamaru to Palmerston (about 45 minutes out of Oamaru) and to Otematata in the West. The paper is printed in Ashburton.

The motto of the paper is "Our Place, Our Paper".

In April 2013 the Mail was sold by APN New Zealand Media (owners of the New Zealand Herald) to Mainland Media.[1]


  1. ^, 18 April 2013, Christchurch Star sold to Mainland Media

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