Mystery surrounds a days-long search of a Linton property.
The former Manawatu Greyhound Racing Club's secretary and treasurer has been cleared of stealing thousands of dollars from the organisation.
Plans to bridge the gaps in the Manawatu Riverside walking and cycling track are going to cost more than budgeted.
Woodville vexatious litigant Jay Reid may seek permission to take legal action against the Tararua District Council over its proposal to lease reserves to farmers.
Rob Jones was far too humble to accept being called the driving force of women's rugby in Manawatu.
Central Squash is in a healthy state going off the diagnosis at its annual meeting which is to be held tonight in Wanganui.
When it comes to internet-related revenue, the elephant in the room has always been the treatment of the weightless web giants.
It would appear the misadventures and maulings of two cat-killing dogs in Feilding are being aided by a tangle of red tape.
In announcing he was quitting politics at the next election, John Banks said the ACT Party was in need of a "circuit breaker".
Funeral director Graeme Procter says he gains great satisfaction working with a family through their time of grief.
Matt Bowden's drive to represent New Zealand trumps any pizza temptation.
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The 11-year-old died on Monday evening at home after battling illness related to a brain tumour.
The opening number in this concert really said it all.
Palmerston North audiences exposed to cutting edge cinema when the NZInternational Film Festival returns.
A bit of Broadway New York hit the stage in Broadway Palmerston North last night.
Is parking in central Palmerston North getting easier?