It's Turbo time!

Painting the town green

Green lasagne is on the menu at one cafe showing its support for the Turbos.
Turbos support

Man stabbed in stomach

A man was stabbed in the stomach and face, and another man cut on his hands during a confrontation in Woodville, east of Palmerston North.

Where are the doctors?

doctor A lack of doctors has left patients at a new $2 million health centre waiting several weeks for appointments.

Manawatu mad for chocolate milk

Palmerston North punters waiting for their next chocolate milk hit could be in luck tomorrow.

Magpies will be harder

Former Manawatu coach Graham Hamer chuffed with how well the Turbos have been going.

New scheme for students' castoffs

Authorities have changed their approach to combating fires in student-dense Palmerston North streets.

Principal 'privileged' to work with teens

grant congdon Working at secondary schools during the most formative times in young people's lives is a privilege, the new principal of Horowhenua College says.

Student union backs fees

Student union that advocated for university fees increase is calling for it to be used to help students.

Second chance at hearing

Kura defy data rules

Karen McIntyre

Strength in numbers

The Women's Art Initiative is a collective of women making art to voice their experiences of violence, and their upcoming exhibition is an eclectic mix that is unified by strength.

Rerunning winning setup

Golf ball sits on the edge of hole. James Hamilton was in awful form last year when he surprised many by winning the Harewood Open.

Win for his century

Manawatu hooker Rob Foreman is playing his 100th game tonight and wants to get the job done.

Black sticks train next gen

Too many rules

Nehe Milner-Skudder

Getting his rewards

Nehe Milner-Skudder tracks his hot stepping back to his days as a touch player at college.

Inflation under control

inflation Lower than expected inflation raises the possibility of rate rises being delayed. | Kiwi flies lower

250 jobs possible

New milk powder dryers at Fonterra's Studholme site will generate hundreds of jobs for South Canterbury.

Auckland Airport sticks to forecast

Infinity boss steps down

Auction competitor

Bidding to be champion

Auctioneers hoping to be crowned Australasian champion gathered in Auckland, spinning colourful phrases to get the bids rolling in.

Hype over food and wine too hard to digest

Karl du Fresne I have an admission to make. I am a recovering wine and food writer.

Mayor needs to be top salesperson

From the unbiased viewpoint of the new guy in town, who would make the best mayor for Palmerston North?

Key's flag-waving unlikely to succeed

There's no substitute for being there

Implant scheme should extend to all children

The Government's decision earlier this year to fund cochlear implants for deaf children instantly triggered a host of good news stories, but it caused a few hard luck ones as well.

Telling the story of Manawatu

Feilding war memorial The Manawatu Journal of History celebrates its first decade.

Perfect canapes for parties

These time-effective pork pass-arounds are just the ticket for pre- Christmas parties.

Maxwell's smart about music

Al Brown, the emotional chef

Sarah Rolston Fury

Born to ride

Sarah Rolston teaches a method of horse riding which involves 'listening' to the horse and creating a partnership.

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