LATEST: The search of a Linton property at the centre of the Whetu Hansen homicide investigation will continue into its third week.
City leaders have rebuffed calls to improve the pay of low earning Palmerston North council workers.
LATEST: Air-conditioning unit broke down and spewed smoke through the MoreFM and The Breeze studios.
Palmerston North man who import drugs online has good shot at getting out of prison at first parole hearing.
A locator beacon has saved three hunters who got into trouble in the Ruahine Range.
Palmerston North's Square Affair Easter retro festival is pausing for breath next year as a more racy theme moves in.
Feilding ace Craig Shirriffs wants to win something before it's too late.
A century by English all-rounder Peter Trego allowed the Central Stags to dictate play on day one of their four-day Plunket Shield match.
Hunt begins for architects to develop Auckland International Airport's planned $2.4 billion "airport of the future".
It is no surprise the scattering of human ashes is becoming such a sensitive issue, it is a cultural quagmire set to deepen as our country's cultural make-up evolves.
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.
Chris Amon was one of New Zealand's top racing drivers in the 1960s and 1970s.
Longstanding GP Grahan Irving on the highs and lows of his 27-year career before he departs for a more laidback lifestyle.
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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.
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