0 min ago NZDF told to improve its drug testing procedures after a Manawatu military man died.
8:15am Rongotea man responded to an anxiety attack by driving when he was 2 times the legal alcohol limit.
Friend of Whetu Hansen says he was "beautiful man", trying to get his life back on track.
Woodville's vexatious litigant wants the council to reconsider their plan to lease Woodville reserve land.
The scattering of human ashes in public places has emerged as one of the bereavement issues that vexes Kiwis most.
Maori education and sports enter a new phase in Palmerston North.
Tai Wananga principal Toby Westrupp has confirmed they are finalising lease arrangements for Tu Toa's new site in Palmerston North.
Ex-Pike River boss Peter Whittall hasn't worked since he was made redundant more than two years ago.
The public angst over who Prime Minister John Key should have included in his delegation to the memorial service for Nelson Mandela has revealed just how raw the wounds inflicted by the 1981 Springboks tour still are in New Zealand.
It's still almost a year to polling day but the race to represent Palmerston North has been given an early shake-up.
Longstanding GP Grahan Irving on the highs and lows of his 27-year career before he departs for a more laidback lifestyle.
Everyone has experienced that mid-afternoon energy slump when you lose focus and your body cries out for nourishment.
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Manchester Street School has had to turn away 70 pupils this year who live outside its zone.
National Army Museum to receive a sizable grant from Lotteries Commission.
Lauren Somerville scooped two prestigious awards at Taihape Area School's prize-giving on Friday.
Ian McKelvie has been described as an "affable bloke" by a political magazine.
Do you check river water before you allow your family or dogs to swim?