A teenage girl is believed to have been involved in 20 burglaries throughout the city.
A campervan on the wrong side of the road in the Manawatu Gorge left those in the trailing car "terrified".
Pahiatua's partially finished wheel park is already ringing with the sound of skateboards.
The Feilding RSA is without a home and scrambling ahead of ANZAC Day.
Small slips cause days of pain for council staff.
David Jeffrey Thomas from Tauranga died in a crash near Pongaroa on Saturday.
The Palmerston North City Council is cutting the price of its rubbish bags.
Bright Young Thing: Teen scientist hooked on forensics, spends summer in the lab.
Rangitikei MP sees environment and earthquake-prone buildings as important rural issues.
Labour deputy leader Annette King aghast at council plan to kill off pensioner housing.
Though slightly down, the city's burglary rate continues to frustrate police and affect neighbourhoods.
The annual City Library book sale is a much anticipated event. On over the weekend from Friday, the three-day event is expected to attract bargain-hungry crowds
The Manawatu Events Equipment Trust is one organisation that keeps community events going.
Bonnie Etherington has gone far since gaining a masters from Massey University.
GOOD SPORTS: Bowls Manawatu has lost one its long-serving members.
They came, they won, and left league fans delighted.
The Rangitikei Club will close with at least $59,000 of unpaid debts.
Want a pay rise? Do your homework, say Manawatu employers.
Manawatu-Whanganui house prices are the highest in decades and still rising, frustrating first home buyers.
150 dogs about to be fitted with electronic tracking collars to see what life and work on the farm is really like.
Beautiful clouds roll and break like waves in the sea over Palmerston North.
Malcolm Turnbull and John Key got on like a house on fire. The Bill English relationship might need work.
The fun and hijinks of orientation week has begun in Palmerston North.
Festival of Cultures returns with a fresh emphasis on ethnic diversity.
Bad weather hampered rescue of two survivors after a fatal smash near the remote Tararua township of Pongaroa.
A new measles case has been discovered at a tertiary campus in Palmerston North, days before control measures shutting classes is due to lift.
After 20 years of being a rural postie in Manawatu, Ron Lawrence has done his final round.
Getting buried in a pile of rubble is all part of the training for search and rescue teams.
Jonty Skerman doesn't go camping on holiday. He goes camping every day.
A car has partially blocked traffic after flipping onto its roof near Ashhurst.