Rangitikei election candidates have welcomed Shannon and Tokomaru's shift to their electorate.
Palmerston North's newest sculpture, Ghost Tower, proved no match for yesterday's strong winds.
A new room to facilitate legal talks are nearly half a year behind schedule.
The popularity of internet downloads has claimed Palmerston North's largest independent video store.
Once covered in ragwort, a Kiwitea farm is now almost free of the stock-threatening weed thanks to the introduction of moths and beetles.
More than 400 orienteers converge on Manawatu for the New Zealand Federation championships from tomorrow.
Consumer electronics retailer Dick Smith reports 47pc bounce in online sales, but NZ sales fell almost 6 per cent.
Every New Zealander who cares about this country's future would agree that a robust political opposition is key.
Denise Arnold set up a trust that now helps keep 5000 Cambodian children in school.
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Mangaohane Station, off the Taihape-Napier Highway, has been sold for the first time since 1973.
Ohingaiti Hall is hosting a soldiers' ball to honour those who served in past conflicts.
Feilding Intermediate principal Stu Trembath hopes students will take advantage of the offer.
Taupo man shocked to find $20,000 worth of boating gear stolen during the Central Districts Field Days.
What do you think about the lower speed tolerance police impose during holiday periods?