Crowds enjoyed peaceful Waitangi Day celebrations in Palmerston North.
It's all about the Superstock Teams Championships in Palmerston North this weekend.
A 23-year-old man has died in a car crash near Ohakea.
A quiet cul-de-sac in Palmerston North has the most beautiful berm in the country.
Marton bus service could be merged with the new Whanganui to Palmerston service.
A log-splitter flipped over, spilling diesel on to State Highway 3 at Whangaehu.
Migration to the Manawatu-Whanganui region has reached a record-breaking high.
The cost of providing translation services has more than trebled at the MidCentral District Health Board.
Chris Flett is back racing at the Speedway Teams Champs this weekend.
Peter Rees is stoked to be back at the Teams' Champs.
Levi Sherwood to start 2016 campaign at Farm Jam.
Two Kiwi Porsche drivers at the top of their game say experiencing the New Zealand Grand Prix at Manfeild was deeply influential on their subsequent elevation to international careers.
The All Blacks' haka history leaves plenty of holes for New Zealand Rugby Museum.
OPINION: The difficulties experienced by basketball player Tai Wesley in the naming of his firstborn son awoke old memories.
COMMENT: There's an old saying that idle hands are the devil's workshop.
OPINION: “Europe has forgotten that history is fundamentally tragic,” said Manuel Valls, the French prime minister.
OPINION: A sporting underdog story emerged this week, just when fans needed one.
OPINION: When Irish immigrant Dan Higgins started his small contracting company in Manawatu in the 1950s, he probably never imagined it would evolve into the industry powerhouse it is today.
Art for Ephraim Russell is often a collaborative thing rather than a solo pursuit and his new exhibition is one where he is amongst friends.
Mustering on horse back is becoming a bit of a dying art but for some, it's a necessity.
REVIEW: Two of the finest hours of my viewing season were sitting with my funny goggles on my nose enjoying The Finest Hours in 3D.
Nuclear testing in the South Pacific. Operation Grapple happened over 50 years ago, but for Roy Sefton it is part of his everyday life.
Emily Allington’s first memory was of the shine on her mother’s highly polished floors.