7:45 AM Natasha Strydom awarded two posthumous certificates by Massey University.
Financially-stricken Turakina Maori Girls' College was failing on almost all important levels.
Turakina Maori Girls' College students say they are heartbroken their school will close.
Three carriages were out of commission for 10 months, causing issues at peak times.
7:52 AM The day before his son's wedding, Russell Jones went down to his local pub in Bulls for a drink.
Big is no longer good for chain store that helped make this strongman famous.
0 min ago The man accused of murdering his 10-year-old brother appears in court.
Palmerston North family thank community for helping them buy a van for their son with a rare disorder.
Central coach Matt Kilsby has labelled his first season in National Womens' League as a huge learning curve.
The Tainui Rhinos will enter a team in the senior club competition next year.
Freyberg are confident they have made the necessary adjustments to hang on to their place in the senior one division.
A second-chance horse has come up trumps for a Taranaki syndicate.
Palmerston North driver knocking at the door of permanent driver's seat in V8 Supercars Championships.
By sheer coincidence, a book I wrote called "Don't Panic: Islamic State, Terrorism and Today's Middle East" was published just before the terrorist attacks in Paris.
Calling on any nation to repudiate its history is asking a lot.
The growing ugliness of Donald Trump's campaign poses a challenge to us all.
OPINION: Somehow we need to galvanise the Manawatu province so we get our national league teams back.
Planning solutions are sought to avoid new neighbours complaining about the activities they move in next to.
Sunset at the Estuary is a book that holds the musings of a collection of much loved New Zealand writers.
Last of Te Manawa Concert Series of the year will also be the end of an era.
A group of musicians from all over the country with a passion for West African music will be coming together in Palmerston North for their first live show.
Last night's episode of MKR saw two teams sent home, but they're all still pursuing their foodie dreams.
The Pulse Urban Festival will be taking over Palmerston North's city centre on Sunday.