Police are working with winter sports codes to combat drinking and violence.
The Manawatu Gorge is down to one lane in areas after two slips.
After months of rehearsing 640 students from nine schools performed at Stage Challenge.
Prime Minister John Key will be met by some serious messages when he visits Palmerston North.
The Budget's boost to tertiary spending may not help stressed-out students.
A woman whose partner died when she crashed a car has been sentenced to community work.
Demolition will continue as part of a project to remove 20 classrooms at Queen Elizabeth College.
Manawatu health advocate applauds cigarette price hike from $20 a pack to $30 by 2020.
Government's $100m for water quality is "a drop in the bucket", says clean water advocate.
Satisfying those hunger pangs with a bit of chocolate, can of fizzie or packet of chippies is off the menu for many around Manawatu next month.
The Rangitikei St and Tremaine Ave intersection upgrade is coming to an end at last.
She signed a police statement saying her partner and his nephew talked about firearms before a man was shot dead, but now says that was wrong.
Road closures possible as wet weather settles in over Manawatu.
The driver of a truck that crashed into a power pole and left has been located.
Appeal against clean up plans for Lake Horowhenua heard in the Environment Court
Man arrested for possessing a BB gun, thought to be a pistol, in public.
A $187 million tax package for small- and medium-sized businesses is proving popular in Manawatu.
The Government's allocation of $46 million to go towards victims of sexual violence is a relief to the social sector.
Waiopehu College's full reopening pushed back in wake of latest measles cases.
For eight years Megan O'Sullivan worked at an IT contractor, avoiding income tax and GST. She ended up with a half million dollar unpaid tax bill.
A gun run duel between two Linton Army artillery batteries became a soggy hard-fought slog in the rain in Palmerston North city.
The Tough Guy and Gal Challenge is back at Linton Military Camp.
MidCentral District Health Board's coffers have had a larger-than-expected boost in this year's Budget announcements.
About 70 New Zealand Defence Force soldiers have returned home from service in Iraq.
Not enough homes for Palmerston North's need, let alone Auckland's homeless too.
Police are still seeking a truck driver involved in a collision with a power pole in Bulls.
Primary and secondary school principals are relieved there is more money for at-risk students in this year's Budget.
This mother-of-three was not expecting much to change after this year's Budget announcements.
Budget 2016; "sensible" or "a patchwork of half baked ideas"?
Prisoner says a leftover Christmas dinner was the trigger point for a jailhouse confession from an alleged murderer.