The Defence Force is conducting helicopter training in the skies above and around Palmerston North this week.
Awareness of parkour to be raised at fundraising event in Palmerston North
Prices have continued to fall at Fonterra's GlobalDairyTrade auction.
Winter is coming, and the Red Cross Curtain Bank has opened its doors again.
Empty bags labelled as poisonous has been found in drains around Rongotea.
"We've had no extreme world events to live through. That molds people's characters."
Companion driver services will remain locked out of a mobility transport susbsidy scheme in the Horizons region.
A call has gone out for artists to come up with designs to help remedy a problem that has stumped people on Palmerston North's Broadway Ave.
A single mother working in Palmerston North, earning slightly more than minimum wage, shared her struggles of living pay check to pay check during a Living Wage meeting.
A national media and entertainment company has bought Peacock Promotions
Cars and buses are now separated in the central part of The Square by something better than orange bollards.
Palmerston North schools feeding hungry kids have been treated to a helping hand.
More than 3000 people attended the Sort It jobs and careers expo at Arena Manawatu on Tuesday
Shifting a matter of metres from where ClubQ once was, Manawatu's homosexual and transgender community have a new home.
Bus service improvements for Palmerston North and surrounding areas are being planned, while patronage is declining.
The Ministry of Justice has axed funding to a Palmerston North scheme that has helped cut crime in the city by 24 per cent.
A trio of poets have made it onto the bestsellers list, one being an associate professor at Massey University who's book Native Bird tells of his life in New Zealand as a new settler from America.
Winter is coming but the Manawatu region might be in for a surprise.
Contractors return to patch seal on Park Rd.
Manawatu residents wanting a building inspector and can now book one using a new app.
Lack of financial guarantees mean youth services in Rangitikei face an uncertain future.
Longer response times a one consequences of low volunteer numbers in the Rangitikei District's fire brigades.
More than half of a Palmerston North business park land is up for sale.
Sentence appeal dismissed for former Linton soldier who solicited images of two women in their underwear and asked one to participate in a "tease" tape.
Police no closer to identifying the person who left a threatening note in a Fairfax columnist's letterbox.
A project exploring proverbs from a wide ranging nationalities aims to provide valuable insight into our culture.
Prince Harry will have a challenge ahead of him learning and performing the Army haka next week.
Ben Henderson, 17, overcame his fear to speak to more than 5000 people about Anzac Day.
A shoe store has donated over 100 pairs of shoes to Sport Manawatu for those in need.
Communication through sign language was top of the agenda for Palmerston North city councillors on Monday morning.