A high-risk paedophile is to be moved from a Palmerston North suburb.
Palmerston North Burger Fuel franchisee Ryan James' attempts to spread a bit of fun have sparked a city council demand to pull his stencils in.
A man has been sent to prison for breaching protection orders for the 22nd time.
Rangitikei election candidates have welcomed the shift of Shannon and Tokomaru into their electorate.
Police are forensically examining the remnants of a fire bomb thrown at a Palmerston North home.
School children are being urged to keep safe over the Easter holidays after an attack on an 11-year-old girl outside a Palmerston North dairy.
Martin Hunt has had to keep his lips sealed since February about securing a spot in the nine-man New Zealand shooting team for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
Palmerston North Marist will be happy to have their awful start to the competition out of the way, despite not picking up any points.
The Government is playing down predictions published by powerful US magazine Forbes that New Zealand is on the path to economic disaster.
Sacking coaches in the middle of a season is not the New Zealand way.
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.
Did you attend an Easter church service this long weekend?