Gulf News Advertising

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact our advertising manager, Tessa O’Shea on sales@waihekegulfnews.co.nz, or phone 09 372 5055.

Need help with creating your ad? We can make your advertisement for you. When you book an ad, our design services are free for the first two proofs. Please supply copy along with any logos or images required and a short layout brief. When sending files, please attach all elements as separate files, not within documents.

If you have any questions about our requirements and technical specifications, please call our design team on 372 5055. 

Our Deadline for Gulf News Display Advertising: NOON MONDAY on the week of publication. (Deadline is earlier around public holidays)

Specifications

We have developed these best practice guidelines to help ensure the best printing results.

• Where possible use 100% black for text. 100% black means one ink is used rather than all four different colours/inks on the paper to make black. Our printers cannot guarantee it will print legibly under 5mm (that’s 12-point on most fonts).

We do not accept Canva ads – in our experience the pre-sets of Canva are not up to the industry standards required for print. We would prefer to make the advertisement for you (at no cost to you for the first two proofs). However, Canva is a great way for you to supply us your ad design brief and we can re-make it in Adobe Creative Suite once you supply us the elements (pictures/logos etc).

• We require high resolution images (RGB) which must not be over-processed as this will affect the colour/ink levels for the content/pictures of the entire page. Supplied images must be a minimum resolution of 300dpi. Our minimum file size is 1MB and high resolution AI or PDF files are best. We do not accept .gif or .bmp. Only supply photos that you have permission to use. Please supply photos in their original form, not processed with Instagram filters or other special photo editing effects.

If your artwork arrives late, we will not be able to complete a technical check to ensure all elements are at industry standard for print and thus we cannot guarantee the print quality of your ad.

• Press Ready artwork should be supplied as a PDF (use press quality setting, ISOnewspaper 26v4). Please supply to correct sizing as per the provided chart. Supply artwork with no bleed and no crop marks. Remove any Pantone colours.

Our Bank Details
Waiheke Gulf News
Kiwibank 38 9010 0200285 02
Please use name and invoice number for reference.

Terms and Conditions:

ADVERTISING COPY DEADLINE: Gulf News 12pm Monday on week of publication.

Waiheke Weekender 12pm Thursday on week before publication (if ad makeup is required), 12pm Friday on week before publication (camera ready ads).

Deadlines will change around public holidays.

ADVERTISING COPY SPECS: Logos and images to be supplied as CMYK PDF, tiff, eps or jpg at 300dpi. Ready made ads to be made to correct Gulf News ad dimensions (see our website for detailed information)

CONFIRMATION: If you have not received a confirmation for your display ad booking by 2pm Tuesday, please phone the office on 372 5055.

CONDITIONS: 1. CONTRACTS: All contracts and offered prices are prepared on the basis of information provided by the customer, and it is assumed that this information is accurate and that when material is provided with the order, it will be in the specified form. Gulf News is liable for written quotations or contracts and not for any verbal quotations or representations.
2. ACCEPTANCE: placement of order shall constitute acceptance of Gulf News’s conditions of advertising.
3. GOODS AND SERVICES TAX: The customer shall pay goods and services tax at the rate applying.
4. AMENDMENTS: On placement of an order, any deviation from specification as set out in the Contract may result in additional costs to Gulf News. Such costs will incur an additional charge to the customer.
5. LATE MATERIAL: Where the customer fails to meet an agreed production schedule with the supply of copy or other materials to Gulf News, additional costs may be incurred and these will be charged to the customer at the rate of $800 per hour charged in 15 minute intervals.
6. THE CUSTOMER’S INSTRUCTIONS: It is recommended that the customer should confirm all instructions in writing, as Gulf News shall not be liable for errors or omissions relating to misinterpretation of the customer’s verbal instructions.
7. PROOF APPROVAL: Gulf News shall not be liable for errors in the finished work where a proof has been submitted in advance of production and approved by the customer.
8. ELECTRONIC FILES: Gulf News makes no
representation as to its ability to interface, read or use disk input and assumes no liability therefore. Any additional translating or programming necessary to the customer-supplied electronic files will be subject to an additional charge.
9. SUSPENSION OR CANCELLATION OF CONTRACT: Should any contract be suspended or cancelled at the customer’s instructions, Gulf News shall be compensated for the expenses incurred and otherwise protected against loss.
10. CLAIMS: Any complaint must be confirmed in writing within seven days of the date of publication. Beyond this no claim shall be recognised.
11. CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS OR DAMAGE: Gulf News’s liability – in contract or in tort – is limited to the reinsertion of the order free of charge or a refund at the order price. Gulf News will not be liable for any consequential, indirect or special damages or losses whatsoever. All other warranties are expressly excluded.
12. ARTWORK: All advertisements and artwork prepared by the staff of Gulf News remain the property of the publisher and must not be used in any other publication or for any other purpose without prior permission.
13. ILLEGAL OR DEFAMATORY MATTER: Gulf News shall not be required to print any matter which in Gulf News’s opinion is or may be illegal or defamatory in nature at breach of the Fair Trading Act 1986 or any other statute or provision thereof. Gulf News shall be indemnified by the customer in respect of any claims, costs and/or expenses arising from or out of any illegal or defamatory matter or in breach of the Fair Trading Act 1986 at any other statute or any infringement of copyright, patent or design.
14. THE CUSTOMER WARRANTS that material or information given to Gulf News is accurate, culturally sensitive and not calculated or likely to deceive any person or group of persons. Gulf News shall be indemnified by the customer in respect of any claims, costs and/or expenses arising from or out of any material or information which is not in conformity with these requirements.
15. PAYMENT TERMS: Unless otherwise agreed in writing, all accounts are due on the 20th of the month following placement of advertising. Gulf News may charge interest at commercial overdraft rates on any sum not paid by the due date. Gulf News shall not be obliged to complete any order for placement where payment for any previous order is overdue. Prior to placing an order for goods and/or services with Gulf News, customers are advised to carefully read the following terms under which Gulf News accepts orders for the placement of advertising. Any negotiated change, deletion or modification to the conditions of sale requires the written acceptance of Gulf News’s general manager.
16. CONFIDENTIALITY: The Customer acknowledges the confidential nature of any financial and pricing information disclosed by one party to the other in accordance with these Terms and Conditions (‘Confidential Information’). The Customer accordingly undertakes to keep the Confidential Information confidential and not disclose any of the Confidential Information without the prior written consent of Gulf News. The Customer will ensure that its employees, agents, representatives and advisers observe the terms of this clause. The Customer indemnifies Gulf News against all losses, damages, costs or expenses (including Gulf News legal costs on a full client lawyer basis) which Gulf News may incur as a result of any unauthorised disclosure of the Confidential Information. This obligation of confidentiality will continue in full force until all of the Confidential Information has entered the public domain and will survive termination of these Terms and Conditions.