Not enough homes for Palmerston North's need, let alone Auckland's homeless too.
Six additional cases of measles have been confirmed in Horowhenua.
Palmerston North city councillors have made more additions than cuts to the budget.
Budget 2016: "Sensible" or "a patchwork of half-baked ideas"?
Judge hails "courage" of family for coming to court, as boys' mother weeps at conviction.
Prisoner says a leftover Christmas dinner was the trigger point for a jailhouse confession from an alleged murderer.
About 70 New Zealand Defence Force soldiers have returned home from service in Iraq.
Police are still seeking a truck driver involved in a collision with a power pole in Bulls.
There won't be any excuses if Palmerston North Marist don't come away with a win and three vital points when they take on Petone in the Central League at Memorial Park on Saturday.
The Manawatu Cyclones will have two of their games televised during the newly named Farah Palmer Cup.
The Manawatu Striders are hopeful that Sunday's marathon will break their record for attendance as they hold a full marathon for the first time.
Heavy rain has put this weekend's A-pennants final between Palmerston North and Manawawatu at risk with an early postponement possible.
Manawatu has three football officials going to the OFC Nations Cup.
OPINION: It's that time of the year again when Finance Minister Bill English tells us how he is going to spend our money.
OPINION: The Government has maintained a cautious, steady course, generally avoiding outlandish spending.
OPINION: Let's pray the enlistment of venerable lock Kane Thompson will go some way to curing a few of the Manawatu Turbos' ills of last season.
I am 30 years old, married and the father of two. Our family lives in a big villa on a large section in a quiet street.
OPINION: Planning rules seek to strike a balance between restricting individual freedoms to create the best outcomes for the wider community.
So what do you do with an old power station? Those big boxy buildings, ours a giant square brick affair, often set on the outskirts – big imposing building but now surplus to requirements.
New Zealand's largest and longest running youth performing arts event will be taking to the Palmerston North stage this week.
You don't necessarily have to spend thousands of dollars to stop your home turning mouldy.
The annual Bulls Rugby Club hunting competition is back after a couple of years absence and hunters of all ages got stuck in despite miserable weather.
Go to this play in Palmerston North with an open mind and expectations.