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The Wairarapa Times-Age is your source of local news, views and sport in Wairarapa. Locally owned and independent, we know what makes our region tick. The Times-Age digital edition is an online version of our printed newspaper, with all the stories, photos and features that our readers love.


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An easy-to-use interface lets you explore our pages just like a physical newspaper, as well as allowing searches and sharing of articles. It will even read to you. Get the Wairarapa Times-Age digital edition delivered right to your PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone, Monday to Saturday. You can upgrade or cancel anytime.

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6 Months $ 130.00
12 Months $ 240.00

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Take a look at our features

The Wairarapa Times-Age Digital Edition is full of interactive features to engage and delight news lovers. Familiarise yourself with each one of them and enjoy the benefits of an enhanced news consuming experience. Please Note: Not all features are available on all devices.

About Us

Wairarapa Times-Age is locally owned and independent, continuing a long and proud history of news journalism in Wairarapa.

Today the Times-Age employs more than 35 people in Wairarapa.