The Feilding farm where Scott Guy was killed in 2010 is up for sale.
As every hour passes, police say their concern grows for the safety of missing 10-year-old Alexander Fisher.
Massey University has become the third university to receive a threatening message.
Jessie Batt chewed gum in the dock while the court heard how she caused a child's death.
Two of the "most well-travelled provincial bridges in the country" are set to be replaced.
Performers will descend on Palmerston North for a festival with sequins and sultry moves.
Not even a hit in the neck could dampen Jackson Ferris' excitment to represent his country with the New Zealand under-18s.
Tim Wilkinson contemplated trying the European Tour had he not qualified for a sixth season on the PGA Tour.
Central Womens' new coach is confident he has the attacking threats in his side to rectify last National Womens' League seasons' poor form in front of goal.
Central Stags paceman Bevan Small suffered a dislocated shoulder after his first delivery at Nelson Park.
Two swimmers from Manawatu competed in the 2015 state teams age competition in Canberra.
I recently passed a personal milestone. I became a superannuitant.
If the TPP represents a halfway-decent deal for New Zealand, my bet is that Labour MPs will give it their blessing.
Speeding New Zealand drivers would make great reality TV, except, perhaps, for the carnage they regularly produce.
OPINION: Mean. Hostile. Unforgiving. Harsh. A breach of the most basic of human rights. But legal all at the same time.
There are fewer things more sensitive in our society than issues raised when dealing with grief and the dead.
Kiwis, prepare to blush. The New Zealand Burlesque Festival is back.
A Palmerston North student has designs on winning a career in fashion.
Benny Tipene set off on a European tour lately and Carly Thomas caught up with him for a bit of a chat.
I never thought I would get older but it seems to creep up on you. Some may remember Sunday family picnics or Dad taking you fishing but these seem to be unfortunately forgotten as life is very busy and many people work on Sundays. And that includes us here at the hospital.
Palmerston North's Woolly Riot have been bombing the city again...with wool.