The quiet streets of Takaro are ideal for family life, residents say.
Staff and students at Turakina Maori Girls' College "devastated" by closure confirmation.
Biggest construction season on record starts with work on Anzac Cliffs.
Careless driving the common offence among the country's older offenders.
Cans of spaghetti, baked beans, fruit and veggies are all in demand for this weekend's food drive.
Workers exposed to legionella bacteria highlight the need for coroner's suggestions to be enforced.
Jaron Olivecrona plans to put on a show for his local fans as he makes his debut in the pro-class at the D1NZ Drifting Championship at Manfeild on Friday and Saturday.
The Central Hinds will look to continue their improvement from last summer this season.
Ngani Laumape hopes to bring a similar physical presence to the Hurricanes' midfield as Ma'a Nonu.
Junior secondary schools national softball championships in Palmerston North.
The sevens veteran will still be involved as New Zealand seeks Olympic gold.
The growing ugliness of Donald Trump's campaign poses a challenge to us all.
OPINION: Somehow we need to galvanise the Manawatu province so we get our national league teams back.
Planning solutions are sought to avoid new neighbours complaining about the activities they move in next to.
On Oct. 19, 2008, former Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman and secretary of state Colin Powell went on NBC's "Meet the Press" to endorse Barack Obama for president.
By now you will have received your voting papers for the first stage of the New Zealand flag referendum.
Last of Te Manawa Concert Series of the year will also be the end of an era.
A group of musicians from all over the country with a passion for West African music will be coming together in Palmerston North for their first live show.
Last night's episode of MKR saw two teams sent home, but they're all still pursuing their foodie dreams.
The Pulse Urban Festival will be taking over Palmerston North's city centre on Sunday.
The comedians from the television show 7 Days are taking their laughs on tour.