A holiday to Fiji turned into a volunteer mission to help Fijian children.
Family of boy at the centre of a massive search have arrived for his funeral.
The man acquitted of murdering Feilding farmer Scott Guy will have to wait to find out if he will get an early release from prison.
A month on the run for cutting off home detention monitoring leads to 18 months' imprisonment.
Palmerston North woman identified as motorcyclist who died in crash near Foxton.
Businessman charged over alleged 1080 milk contamination threat, as police search Rangitikei property.
Pictures fell from shelves in Tararua as a magnitude 5.6 earthquake shook the region on Monday night.
Growth is on the agenda for a Palmerston North School after it secures its future.
Otere Black goalkicking feats for the Manawatu Turbos might merit an entry in the record books.
Palmerston North's Paul Whibley wins motocross race then heads off to hospital.
The Manawatu triathlon season is set to begin with the first race on Sunday at Linton Army Camp.
Stockcar driver Simon Smith's condition has continued to improve, but he still has a long road to recovery.
Palmerston North rider Katharine Van Tuyl is hoping her eventing horse Sunny will carry her to Adelaide next year.
If there's one thing that the 2015 Rugby World Cup has taught us, it's that there's no such thing as a sure thing.
As I detailed in an earlier column, coming out in support of the treaty will be painful for Labour.
OPINION: It would be a good thing for the country if TPP-enabling legislation had bipartisan support.
So if crime is dropping how much safer do you really feel?
OPINION: Horizons must be taken to task for blatantly helping farmers dodge the rules, writes Rachel Stewart.
Manawatu has a big presence in the new season of TVNZ's My Kitchen Rules with four competitors hoping to keep their aprons on until the very end.
Iconic kiwi musician Don McGlashan is coming to Palmerston North.
REVIEW: Tosca by Puccini. New Zealand Opera – St James, Wellington. Tomorrow, (Tuesday) at 6pm, Thursday and Saturday at 7.30pm.
Feilding's Manchester Square played host to sheep, goats, pigs, ponies and thousands of visitors during its annual Rural Day.
REVIEW: Black Mass might be a crime movie about a thoroughly detestable crook, but it is one of the year's must-sees.