Despite his car being left a blackened mess, Nelson Tigers' Shane Harwood kept on racing.
Violent past disclosure scheme helping to inform women, says women's refuge.
Plans advance to trial online voting in Palmerston North.
Election sign rules are out for public comment.
The 23-year-old man killed in a crash near Ohakea was Carl Amey of Rongotea.
Hawkes Bay Hawkeye captain Steve Jude led his team to its first Teams Champs title.
18 min ago Work is close to beginning on a pathway from Palmerston North's Fitzherbert Bridge to Linton Military Camp.
3:11 PM Gaps are appearing in Palmerston North's canopy of trees, and residents are being asked to tell the council what they think of plans to plug them.
The Manawatu 50m outdoor and 10m air rifle target shooting championships were at the Rifle Rod and Gun Club last weekend.
Mananwatu athletes impressed at the Wellington championships.
Despite his car being left a blackened mess, Nelson Tigers' Shane Harwood kept on racing on Sunday night.
The Hawkes Bay Hawkeyes have won their first Teams Champs title.
Pint sized, 16-year-old English teenager Lando Norris, has his sights set on the Toyota Racing Series, which finishes with the New Zealand Grand Prix at Manfeild next weekend, after winning the Denny Hulme Memorial Trophy at Taupo on Sunday.
OPINION: Aesop told of a shepherd boy who thought it would be funny to scare the villagers by crying out that a wolf was attacking his flock.
OPINION: Zika, the mosquito-borne virus spreading through the Americas is just the latest new disease to spread panic around the world.
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.
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.