A Feilding feline that was found battered and bruised has finally found a home.
The story of an abandoned baby still contains a mystery.
Sunset at the Estuary is a book that holds the musings of a collection of much loved New Zealand writers.
Last of Te Manawa Concert Series of the year will also be the end of an era.
A group of musicians from all over the country with a passion for West African music will be coming together in Palmerston North for their first live show.
Last night's episode of MKR saw two teams sent home, but they're all still pursuing their foodie dreams.
The Pulse Urban Festival will be taking over Palmerston North's city centre on Sunday.
The comedians from the television show 7 Days are taking their laughs on tour.
Getting kids outside is the purpose of a 30 day challenge.
British Invasion: the Hits of the Brits
The Te Apiti Gorge Shuttle has been approved funding to return this summer.
Palmerston North cartoonist Brent Putze is launching his brand new comic book Belle tonight.
The weird and wonderful Addams Family theatre show is set to hit the Manawatu stage.
A new album full of Paekakariki artists had been launched.
REVIEW: These multi-talented musicians romped through their song set with style and panache.
REVIEW: Pretty much all that rocked me in Rock the Kasbah was the music.
Hundreds of lambs and calves were on show at Rongotea in Manawatu.
Palmerston North's rich military history seems set to become more widely known.
Former Palmerston North mayor Sir Brian Elwood has retired from the last two jobs in a long career.
Two dogs in one household or a cat and a dog can be and usually are fine.
The UCOL performing arts students have a lot of input into their final show.
A new exhibition at Zimmerman gallery holds 135 paintings.
A play with six endings has a Palmerston North flavour.
This year's Reel Earth Environmental Film Festival illuminates a range of issues.
REVIEW: Malala's is an amazing story, a once ordinary girl in Pakistan who wins the Nobel peace prize aged 17.
REVIEW: This production is gorgeous to look at – a holiday in itself.
The Little Cuba Carnival just got bigger.
I reached into a dusty box and discovered something I hadn’t thought about for years.
A group with disabilities aim to show the community what they can do.
The family of injured stock car driver Simon Smith are hopeful that his eighth operation will be his last.