A series of regular sections provide extensive local news coverage for 50 different regions. De Streekkrant leads the market for local job and housing ads. This is the newspaper for consumers eager to know what bargains local traders are offering. 3 million copies make De Streekkrant the largest newspaper in Dutch-speaking Belgium.
De Streekkrant/De Weekkrant does not stand still. In January 2013 city editions were launched in the provincial capitals and in Mechelen. These totally relooked editions of the well-known weekly titles focus even more on city news and upcoming events.
Roularta also publishes a series of very local door-to-door weeklies, all in tabloid format with traditional local titles like Tam-Tam, 't Fonteintje, Het Gouden Blad and De Wegwijzer. In this way Roularta freesheets reach a large number of homes in the provinces of East and West Flanders on a twice-weekly basis.
Just across the border with France, Roularta publishes the French-language tabloid Le Frontalier.
In the Netherlands Roularta publishes the Zeeuwsch-Vlaams Advertentieblad, the market leader for Zeeland Flanders, in joint venture with Wegener.