Police are investigating the death of a woman found in a car in Whanganui today.
A Feilding woman critically injured in a car crash near Apiti has died.
A Halcombe man says he is not guilty of murdering former Palmerston North man Brett Hall.
Should some towns in Manawatu/Whanganui be abandoned?
Professor Mike Joy has welcomed the Green Party's plan to make all of New Zealand's rivers and lakes safe to swim in.
Model trains have moved into the 21st century, with the technological advances ensuring there will be a next generation of hobbyists.
Beauden Barrett's decision to extend his Hurricanes career was about staying with a franchise that felt like ''home''.
Mortgage restrictions and rising interest rates are being blamed for unusually weak winter house sales.
Why don't I write more columns about how well Labour is doing at the moment?
Olympic swimming legend Ian Thorpe can be forgiven for being unsure about publicly announcing his homosexuality if the recent slurs from a fellow Australian broadcaster are an example of how these issues are treated by the sporting fraternity.
Missing from our screens for some time, Kiwi actor Cliff Curtis is back with a vengeance.
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