Teen makes model top ten

One step closer to stardom

A Palmerston North teen is one step closer to model super stardom after being scouted in a nationwide model search.
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Keep curfew please

Neighbours of the historic Caccia Birch homestead say 11pm curfew for functions there should continue.

Chips set to fly at first Woodfest

Everybody's chipper ahead of Woodville's big day of fun at the town's first ever Woodfest.

Student drove while over limit

A Massey University student will need to use Palmerston North's free buses to get to class after she was caught drink-driving.

Man sent images of genitals to 'teen'

A Palmerston North man plead guilty to sending images of his genitals to an Australian police officer pretending to be a 13-year-old girl.

Council 'out of touch'

Merger of economic development agencies no good for Feilding, according to Feilding chairman.

Editorial: Is NZ an intelligence player, or just a pawn?

If New Zealand is selling out its "little neighbours" in an attempt to impress its big American brother, as has been claimed, it has all the makings of a fable - albeit one with an unhappy ending.

Documenting the damage to the landscape

Terra Firma Dissonance is a new exhibition by Victoria Forbes exploring the issue of soil erosion.

Staging an epic love story

Teen makes model top ten

New home opens for toy library

Thousands of toys and hundreds of toy lovers have a new library location for their playthings in Palmerston North.

Tight battle for honours in Golden Oldies contest

The chances were there would be a cliff-hanger finish to the Golden Oldies bowls tournament at the Palmerston North today.

Repeat of 1996 game promises to be huge

Next weekend's Super Rugby game between the Hurricanes and Blues at Arena Manawatu is set to mark the 20th year of Super Rugby.

No alarm bells ahead of seven-a-side event

Lucrative prize for nine-hole shootout

Swimming helps in cancer fight

This year's New Zealand Ocean Swim Series is one of extra importance for Levin man Nathan Berry.

Auckland startups win seed funding

A web business that helps guys get advice from girls on what clothes to buy is among the chosen firms.

Moody's confirms NZ rating

Credit rating agency Moody's Investors Service has reaffirmed New Zealand's Aaa sovereign credit rating with a stable outlook.

Warehouse struggles in tough retail market

The difference between the sexes

Fliway unveils NZX listing plans

The freight firm, owned by Graeme Hart's daughter and John Hawkesby's son, aims to raise up to $44.5 million.

Editorial: Closed minds on euthanasia hinder debate

What is it about euthanasia that sees the debate constantly hi-jacked by fringe elements and flung onto the crackpot pile, somewhere among anti-fluoridation and anti-vaccinations?

Editorial: Let's hope Iraq won't be price too high to pay

An important argument behind the justification for any kind of involvement in armed conflicts overseas has always been the perceived threat to national interests.

New mayor fulfils election promises

Editorial: Arming our police step into a darker future

Editorial: Is NZ an intelligence player, or just a pawn?

If New Zealand is selling out its "little neighbours" in an attempt to impress its big American brother, as has been claimed, it has all the makings of a fable - albeit one with an unhappy ending.

School springboard to stardom

Ben Orwin-Higgs played a star in a nativity play. Now he's starring in a high school production. Carly Thomas meets the ambitious teen.

Food forms basis of art display

Food will also be the main theme for a collaborative art exhibition in Palmerston North.

Movie review: Jupiter Ascending

Downtime dress dilemmas

Staging an epic love story

PNBHS and PNGHS joint production of West Side Story has been months in the making and it will be in the performers' memories for a long time.

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