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We deliver 22,000 magazines free to local homes and businesses. Copies are available for pick-up from ECB library and local branches of New World and Countdown.

ShoreLines is published by Pages Design and Print

It’s an opportunity for local organisations to showcase what they do, as well as an advertising opportunity for the many varied businesses, restaurants and cafés operating in the East Coast Bays area.
You’ll find the Bays Community Centre Newsletter across our centre pages, so you can get involved with local non-profits, clubs and good causes.
In a regular column, our ECB electorate MP, Erica Stanford, keeps us informed about what’s happening now and what future planning is being considered.



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We distribute 22,000 magazines free to homes and businesses in Browns Bay, Northcross, Pinehill, Rothesay Bay, Sherwood, Torbay, Waiake, Mairangi Bay, Murrays Bay, Long Bay and Okura, plus parts of Coatesville and Dairy Flat.

The magazines are also available for pick-up from local branches of New World and Countdown, and the ECB library.


Pages Design and Print has been providing print solutions to the area’s businesses and private individuals for more than 15 years. Kim and Bruce and their team are passionate about our local community and dedicated to seeing it thrive.

Take the time to have a look through our publication and please give us your feedback. Pop in to see us at 94 Clyde Road, Browns Bay or e-mail us at publisher@shorelines.co.nz.

“We are privileged to live and work in a great part of the world, and that’s what ShoreLines is all about – an opportunity to celebrate this!”

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22,000 printed bi-monthly

ShoreLines Media kit

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22,000 printed bi-monthly

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Recent Articles


Family violence

May 28th, 2024|Categories: General Articles|

We need to talk about it, and the conversation needs to change By Lizzie Brandon Just before Easter, the Bays' community was rocked by a horrific incident at a popular local eatery. The brutal knife attack at Neco Sushi caused panic amongst onlookers but also brought heroes to the fore, putting themselves between the victim and her attacker and sought her medical assistance. Browns Bay Business Association's town manager, Kim Murdoch, acknowledged these good souls in a written statement: "The quick actions of passers-by at the time of the [...]

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