Six people have been arrested after a two-day sting targeting a Manawatu methamphetamine supply ring.
Armed police and detectives are at a home on Akers Rd in Linton, Palmerston North.
The man who died in a Marton tent fire loved the simple life and planned to grow vegetables over the summer.
Walkouts at the NZTA could happen "at any time, in any place", with a dispute now on the brink of being repeated nationally.
The Horowhenua District Council will oppose the removal of Shannon from the Otaki electorate.
A second-stage pilot of MidCentral District Health Board's besieged Urgent Community Care service will likely be based in Horowhenua.
A Palmerston North man convicted of a rare sexual exploitation charge should soon know if his temporary name suppression will become permanent, more than a year after being sentenced.
Jade Te Rure might be a Turbos and New Zealand under-20s player but now he just wants to start for Manawatu in their sevens team.
Almost a year off rugby due to heart surgery hasn't slowed Shakira Baker down.
Chatham Rock Phosphate rubbishes claims by deep-sea fishing industry that the granting of permit to collect phosphate is step towards marine devastation.
It would appear the misadventures and maulings of two cat-killing dogs in Feilding are being aided by a tangle of red tape.
In announcing he was quitting politics at the next election, John Banks said the ACT Party was in need of a "circuit breaker".
Funeral director Graeme Procter says he gains great satisfaction working with a family through their time of grief.
Matt Bowden's drive to represent New Zealand trumps any pizza temptation.
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The 11-year-old died on Monday evening at home after battling illness related to a brain tumour.
The opening number in this concert really said it all.
Palmerston North audiences exposed to cutting edge cinema when the NZInternational Film Festival returns.
A bit of Broadway New York hit the stage in Broadway Palmerston North last night.
Is parking in central Palmerston North getting easier?