A Foxton woman with terminal cancer is devastated after watching her home burn to the ground.
Horowhenua community turns out to mourn first full-time GP, who died after contracting pneumonia.
The events will be held in November and February.
Daniel Howard will now compete to become New Zealand's best young horticulturalist.
It will be the Otaki club's fourth regional title in a row if they win this Saturday.
Candidates confirmed for Horowhenua council elections.
Greater Wellington District Council puts brakes on Levin to Waikanae bus service.
A woman in her 30s was airlifted to Palmerston North Hospital after falling from a horse.
Nine fatals and 14 collisions at crossings in Manawatu and Whanganui.
Two Levin companies have had a hand in the design and construction of the Matakana Bridge.
Four candidates will contest the Horowhenua mayoralty during this year's local body election.
Man killed in farm incident was a long-term employee.
Southern right whale followed a kayaker for an hour off the Kapiti Coast.
Why would the Dutch King and Queen visit Foxton? To see the town's windmill, of course.
The acidity of Foxton's drinking water will be changed to stop it from being discoloured by lime-scale build-up.
Firefighters put out a small house fire at Foxton Beach early Wednesday morning.
An order of assault with a side of kidnapping was not the takeaway a Foxton man expected.
Satisfaction survey shows footpaths are a point of division, but residents agree on cemeteries.
The pool is part of a $1.68 million Levin Aquatic Centre development.
Work on new $3 million, two-storey building will begin later this month.
Documentary maker looking at Hutt Valley softball history.
Plans to sell hundreds of state and council homes north of Wellington have tenants worried.
One of the killers of Michael Valentine, who bled to death on his front lawn after being stabbed, has been declined parole.
Beervana showcases better than any other festival how craft beer has well and truly moved on from faddism.
Paraparaumu School are starting a bilingual te reo Maori primary school class, in a bid to revitalise the language in the district.
Real estate agents are 'desperate' for houses as sales jump by 44 per cent.
A revamp since new owners took over last year has seen patronage figures rise.
Access to Otaki Forks - and to one couple's home - is open again, after about seven months.
A "fairytale" site for a children's health camp hits legal hurdles and opposition from Paraparaumu neighbours.
A new team has rolled into town and taken out the North Island wheelchair basketball title.