Train so full while carriages were being repaired a passenger with a broken leg was forced to sit on the toilet.
Retirement home residents strip down for fundraising calendar shoot.
The Capital Connection was so full while carriages were being repaired that the only seat left was the toilet.
A Feilding man has been embracing the hipster beard art trend for a good cause.
Her careless driving caused the death of her partner's 5-year-old son, and injured her partner.
Junior road safety project has partner for fundraising.
Emergency services have been called out to attend a two-vehicle crash on Napier Rd towards Ashhurst.
Pulse centrepiece was too heavy for a crane and missed the party
A Horizons decision over the amount of Horowhenua water being wasted has been taken to the Environment Court.
Service and brownie are 'The Bees Knees'.
A man hanging around schools in Pahiatua has police urging caution.
Man admits causing crash that hospitalised his wife, who later died.
A Linton soldier has been sentenced after admitting using cannabis.
Man faces 14 years in jail for throwing boiling water on another man.
Rangitikei District Council told they would be trespassed if they attempted to tidy Marton train station.
City councillors want to crack down on private fireworks displays happening weeks after Guy Fawkes.
The Magic of Christmas Night Market is back, with Christmas knick-knacks and a record number of stalls.
Two cars and a van collided at an intersection in Bulls on Tuesday evening.
Michael Farley used a false passport to escape a possible prison term, but still ended up behind bars in his new home.
Stoat control catching success at Victoria Esplanade.
The medical practitioners who said the woman was not fit to make it to court did not even exist, court hears.
Tararua councillor John Barrow said he was "uneasy" with the consultation with Fish and Game
A new bus app will tell Palmerston North users the easiest way to plan their journey.
Palmerston North police trialling recording statements at the scene of family violence incidents.
Badly burnt Palmerston North stockcar driver Simon Smith expects to be home by the end of the week.
Feilding Intermediate School pupils are Masterchefs in the making, as they learn about food engineering.
Five rubbish bins set on fire in the early hours of the morning.
Tiny tykes in Manawatu will be shining up their swords and donning eye patches.
A new report, which ranks politicians on how they performed in 2015, is released showing low scores for Manawatu's politicians.
Hopes for a Countdown supermarket in Awapuni remain after an appeal from Progressive.