Missing man James Williams has been found safe and well in Wellington, police say.
A man with a power tool embedded in his chest and a man whose arm was injured by a chainsaw kept emergency services busy this afternoon.
A High Court ruling that councils can add fluoride to water supplies revives the need for Palmerston North to decide whether it should stay or go.
A "moment of madness" from a Manawatu man has left him with more than physical scars.
New Zealand women have yet to achieve equality in the workplace, advocates say.
More than 2000 students are eligible to graduate with degrees, diplomas and certificates at UCOL graduation ceremonies next week.
The Haier Pulse match up against the Adelaide Thunderbirds was physically demanding and an entertaining spectacle.
An Auckland private investigator says 80 per cent of CVs he checks turn out to be false in some way.
The Ministry of Education appears to be winning its battle to get truant pupils back the classroom, but keeping them there appears to be another war entirely.
Gangsters, gamblers, and the New York underworld are making their way to two Palmerston North high schools.
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Wheels will be spinning and the dirt flying when the big rigs roll in to Feilding.
A Feilding woman has spent a day in the cells after trying to take a photo of Conan McClelland in court.
Austin and Eileen White will leave Taihape next week to take up residence in Palmerston North.
Hunterville School pupils step closer to wish for lower speed limit past their front gate.
How do you feel about tough new sanctions where worst student loan defaulters will be arrested at the border?