A Massey University ad which prompted debate after a column by Max Chirstoffersen. The new New Zealander

Massey Uni ads stir debate

Massey's new ads are stirring up questions about how universities promote themselves.

Fraudulent fibber

Feilding woman admits claiming $250,000 with more than 10 years in fradulent benefits.

Man with MS aims for Everest

The diagnosis was his lowest point, now he's set to climb two mountains in the Himalayas.

Palmerston North tourism rising

Visitors are flocking to Palmerston North and bringing their wallets with them.

Care centre accused in court

The woman accused of manslaughter of a high-needs teen has appeared in court.

MP's trafficking comments apology

Rangatikei MP admits likening human trafficking to sheep rustling was ill-advised.

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News

NZ's home of affordable housing

Palmerston North "a hidden secret" in real estate.

Manawatu/Whanganui are the most affordable areas in the country for first-time buyers.

Hunterville claims The Bachelor

Art Green, the star of TV3 show The Bachelor NZ, celebrated his birthday last week, 27 years since he was born in Hunterville's Whare Ora Maternity Hospital.

High hopes for humanity

Baby formula security lowered

Sport

Cotter to fully immerse himself in Manawatu rugby

Turbos forwards coach Jeremy Cotter who will be the team's head coach next year.

As far as Jeremy Cotter, Manawatu Turbos coach-elect for 2016 is concerned, no pressure.

Sports briefs: May 26

Young athletes are finding success, a former hurdler is chasing another dream, and an unsung sports administrator is acknowledged.

Feilding High School should be strong contenders in the national co-ed rugby competition.

Early-season pressure for first XVs

Get mixed up with the politics of schools first XV rugby at your peril.

Opinion

What next for Campbell?

john Campbell has made the decision to leave TV3.

OPINION: Axed television presenter John Campbell has more than a bit of Glenn Beck about him.

Dying Dad taught me how to live

OPINION: Duncan Garner: So, Dad, it's five years ago this week that you died of cancer.

Opinion

Convicted killer's interview should happen

OPINION: Convicted double murderer Scott Watson has hardly been the loquacious type since being found guilty of killing Olivia Hope and Ben Smart in the Marlborough Sounds, sometime after New Year's Day in 1998.

Lifestyle

High hopes for humanity

Colson Verdonk was instrumental in starting a World Vision group at Palmerston North Boys High School.

Carly Thomas talks with Colson Verdonk, a driven young Palmerston North Boys High School student who has decided that to make the world a better place, he had better start now.

Capturing the sun gallery

Sunlight-Ihi Komaru is Te Manawa's new touring exhibition that took two years and $300,000 to complete.

Palmerston North rock band Dusk Till Dawn rehearse in one of the practice rooms at The Stomach.  From left: Lee Hamilton, Steven Whittaker, Jayson Harris and William Palmer

Musical dawn in Palmy video

Dusk Til Dawn are a rock 'n' roll band who are finding their way on the Palmerston North music scene.

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