New seats at Regent

Top-quality seats for venue

Palmerston North's Regent on Broadway has a new ploy for getting bums on seats.
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Jury retires in Lundy case

2:17pm Judge urges the jury "not be scared" by the task of finding a verdict in the Lundy case.

Reflecting on change

Dr Audrey Jarvis remembers when opening a bank account in her own name was impossible.

Funding boost for inmate education

Taxpayers are about to pump an extra $5 million a year into educating criminals.

Roly the Anzac Donkey

War is a difficult topic. But Roly the Anzac donkey is here to help, says author Glyn Harper.

Award for student

A passion and talent for economics one Lily Wheatley an award from MFAT.

Truckies given tips on safety

A spate of truck crashes in the region has forced action around road safety.

New seats at Regent

Palmerston North's Regent on Broadway has a new ploy for getting bums on seats.

Expressway given seal of approval

Giving it a good try

Roly the Anzac Donkey

War is a difficult topic. But Roly the Anzac donkey is here to help, says author Glyn Harper.

Whiti Te Ra show no mercy

Defending champions Whiti Te Ra thrashed 72-0 the Linton Cobras Green at Otaki on Saturday.

Law cops 3-game ban

Old Boys-Marist Dan Law has been suspended from rugby for three playing days.

Manawatu go close

Club's uncertain future

Sides flex their muscles

Normal service has resumed, as the great divide from last season's club rugby reappeared.

Kiwis happier about job market

Kiwi confidence about employment prospects rebounds as the economy steams ahead.

Spanx billionaire's priceless idea

Sara Blakely went from selling fax machines door-to-door to the world's youngest self-made female billionaire.

NZ banks outshine Aussie rivals

Farm's failures mystify judge

$640K section sold over rates

Council to sell Auckland section after owners failed to pay rates for 10 years.

My courage - write or wrong

Lately I've been labelled with words that make me feel slightly uneasy.

Stench of hypocrisy wafts into sweatshops

Politicians are often accused of being two-faced. It's the classic throwaway line from people unhappy at the antics of those elected to lead them, and paid handsomely to do so.

Dear Baz and the boys

Editorial: Better for girls to be teens first, mums later

Progress can't stall

Do people really think we've reached gender equality? I challenge you to consider feminism.

Striving for the 'new now'

It's been 10 months since Palmerston North teenager Nat Manville suffered a serious spinal injury during a rugby match

Dance music with a French touch

French film festival darling Eden is about the 'French touch' dance music made popular by the likes of Daft Punk.

Movement in the moment

She's got you covered

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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