Lee Hamilton from Pita Pit on Cuba St, Palmerston North, is sick of cleaning vomit and urine from their doorway every Sunday morning.

Vomit, urine on cafe doorsteps

Palmerston North cafe owners sick of 'Sunday special' - cleaning up drinkers' messes.

Accused now named

Court generic NZ

Name suppression has been lifted for a Palmerston North man charged with murder.

Nepalese hold vigil

The Manawatu Nepalese community gathered to remember what was lost.

Police search dog still missing

Missing police dog Thames did not seek food at huts in the Tararua Ranges overnight.

First weekend weigh-in a hit

The weather wasn't the best for opening weekend but duck shooters were happy with their haul.

MP: Aged care needs attention

Older people and their carers are in dire straits and need attention, MP Iain Lees-Galloway says.

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News

Big crowds at expo gallery

My Kitchen Rules chefs Aaron and Heather Freeman give a cooking demonstration at the Palmerston North Women's Lifestyle Expo on Sunday.

It was a weekend of mother and daughter bonding time at the Women's Lifestyle Expo in Palmerston North.

Scholarship for Enable NZ staffer

Enable New Zealand's Rebeka Adamson has been awarded a scholarship for her work with the disability service.

Career advice offered to students

Teen breaks leg in rugby

Sport

Marist women building football depth

It was a rare identical score in both halves by the same players as the new Marist Development team won 8-0 against Levin AFC in Manawatu women's division 1 football on Sunday.

First Jets win of season gives hope

Coach Darron Larsen hopes the win over the Bay Hawks is a sign the Jets may be on the rise.

Opinion

Garner: Are manners sexist?

Wolf whistling is unacceptable, so why should the victims of it need to alter their behaviour instead of the perpetrators?

OPINION: I like holding doors open, to me it's a little sign of good manners. Or sexist. You decide.

Silliness refined

City council rules are blamed on risk aversity

The patched up New Zealand Flag flying above the Beehive.

Kids' vote on flag a ploy for change

OPINION: I would have loved the opportunity to vote for a new national flag when I was a kid. I would have also voted for a flag with Batman on it. 

Lifestyle

Boychoir hits the right high notes

Dustin Hoffman conducting in Boychoir.

Reviewed by Peter Lampp

Talking taonga gallery video

Artist Asher Newbery doesn’t do things in halves and has a body of work made up of something bigger than just him.

Kickstarter fund raising project - Great Job music venue - from left; Harry Lilley, Dave Stevens and Cam Wilkes.

Music Month kicks off

NZ Music Month kicks off and Palmerston North's all age venue Great Job will be hosting a heap of bands.

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