Are you in the pink?

Cancer message conveyed

Kevin Redshaw of Palmerston North has built his first pink caravan.

Comfort for dying biker

A Dannevirke resident lay beside a motorcyclist as he clung to life after he crashed yesterday.

We love broadband

Palmerston North residents have the highest up-take in ultrafast broadband in the country.

Route design project wins again

A redesign of the city's rubbish and recycling collection routes has won a prize.

Manawatu first fiddle

Manawatu rugby teams have pretty much had the drop on Wellington sides so far this year.

Repair work set for January

Improvements to Palmerston North's Botanical Rd-Tremaine Ave roundabout are on the road again, with work expected to start in January.

Cycling postie seeks votes not money

Colin Anderson has riden the 160km lap around Lake Taupo 65 times in two months Palmerston North postie and marathon fundraising cyclist Colin Anderson is looking for a little support.

Infracon owes staff $5m

Council-owned roading company Infracon is expected to pay nearly $5 million to staff.

Young voters put off by campaign

Gold for Daffodil Day


Icecream has market day licked

Creative and innovative products were on display in the weekend at the Manawatu Young Enterprise Scheme market day.

Take that, O'Halloran tells critics

Jason O'Halloran Manawatu Turbos coach Jason O'Halloran didn't appreciate his team being written off by all and sundry in national media after their loss to Auckland last week.

Two medals for Kiwi triathletes


Vipers can finally celebrate

Sanson's plan worked perfectly

pnbhs rugby

Home-bred Boys' High's season ends

When Palmerston North Boys' High School 1st XV led Scots College 17-0 in the Hurricanes boys' final at FMG Stadium on Saturday, it seemed they might win on an uneven playing field.

Downgrade no cause for alarm

Fonterra There is no cause for panic over Fonterra's credit rating being cut, an economist says.

Allied Farmers back in black

Allied said the focus for the coming year would be to continue to grow the livestock business.

Bloggers targeted journalist

APN mulls NZX float

Online shopping cart

Kiwis buying more offshore

Online purchases from overseas sites rose 11 per cent from July last year while domestic online sales grew by just 5 per cent.

Editorial: Robust debate and respect should rule

If the wheels have not fallen off, they're looking awfully wobbly.

Maori candidates show respect

Imagine a TV political debate where afterwards the candidates publicly congratulate each other on their performance.

No more Mr Nice Guy

TV battle fought on wrong front


Haka is all the fireworks we need

Temporary suspension of fireworks displays from prematch celebrations at All Blacks tests smart move by NZRU.

The Phantom is here

Phantom strap The truth needs to be told, speculation laid to rest. The Phantom of the Opera is here.

Memories break tradition

On Sunday the Renaissance Singers presented a concert focusing on music from stage and screen.

Vintage reads: The Name of the Rose

Finding a lost continent

Uke strap

All roads lead to uke fest

Jennifer Moss is bringing a festival to Palmerston North that will get people up singing and dancing.

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