Army officers walking for Oxfam

Gearing up for a trek

A group of Linton army boys are gearing up, literally, to trek 100 kilometres for charity.

Fair trading?

12:31pm Bank and real estate company are being sued for more than $1m after property deal soured.

Worker's claim dismissed

12:00pm A farm assistant who alleged his employer made him walk behind him like a dog has had his Employment Relations case dismissed.

Second child hit by car

12:12pm Six-year-old boy critical after being the second Manawatu child struck by a car in a week.

Singers in Globe charity night

1:06pm International singers Daniel Rodriguez and Marla Kavanaugh will perform in Palmerston North.

'Tunnel vision' led to Lundy

"Tunnel vision" led police to charge Mark Lundy with the murder of his wife and daughter, court hears.

Night Glow reignited

A nighttime balloon event could take off again at the Lift off Levin festival thanks to community support.

'Cult' making progress

Other churches say Victory Church has made 'progress' after working with them.

Upgraded fort keeps kids on their toes

Tararua focuses on safety

Find your inner bard

A theatre company is giving aspiring playwrights a chance to get their ideas on stage.

Black Caps hit Hayden outburst for six

The Black Caps are refusing to buy into talk the Melbourne Cricket Ground won't be to their liking.

Shake-up at Netball Manawatu

Netball Manawatu will have a new chairperson with Annie Butler's resignation after seven years in the role.

So long as we win

Auckland's Colin Munro dines out on Central attack

Letele challenges provincial pride

The Brown Buttabean is calling you out, Manawatu.

Heartland confidence rebounds

Rural regions braced themselves for tough times late last year, but are feeling happier now.

Childcare owners give firm to charity

Kidicorp owners ditch the corporate name and give the operation to family foundation.

Live chat: Employment matters

Cavalier's wool takeover approved

Hallenstein Glasson's turnaround

Retailer's profit jumps nearly 40 per cent after it improves the selection on its racks.

Te Rure plunder wounds Turbos

The signing of Manawatu Turbos first five-eighth Jade Te Rure by Scotland had me puzzling about the integrity of contracts.

Biggest shot at an endless summer

As Grant Elliott smashed the ball over for six, the crack of willow on leather was a cultural boom for the sport.

Bar staff now 'scared' to serve pregnant women

Govt breaking social contract with sell-off

Editorial: Better for girls to be teens first, mums later

As Albert Einstein once said: "There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle."

Dance music with a French touch

French film festival darling Eden is about the 'French touch' dance music made popular by the likes of Daft Punk.

Movement in the moment

A baby, cats, a dancer, a bird in flight and toi toi are some of the subjects in the exhibition The Movement, a collaboration of 11 photographers that has become an annual event.

She's got you covered

Introducing Luke & Samantha

Staging an epic love story

PNBHS and PNGHS joint production of West Side Story has been months in the making and it will be in the performers' memories for a long time.

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