Twelve people were stuck in the Palmerston North City library lift for 15 minutes.
Matt Keen is climbing Mt Kilimanjaro for a charity close to his heart.
Cookbook authors, Julia and Libby are talking about health and wellbeing in their Palmerston North tour.
New Zealand European people dominate the MidCentral District Health Board workforce, but the organisation is attempting to address what it calls a "complex issue".
The Palmerston North housing market is showing signs the city is about to become hot property once again.
As the engines rev at the New Zealand Grand Prix this weekend, the motorsport fans being drawn to the region are expected to keep the Manawatu local economy ticking over.
Moves to mark the 100 years since the homecoming of New Zealand's last troops from WW1 proposed.
Impacts on the environment are not limited to farming, with tourism playing a part too.
Palmerston North Library in line for $4.5 million worth of improvements.
A scrub fire that destroyed a motorhome and a horse float started by unattended fire.
Council looks to regulate beggars with a bylaw after the gentle approach doesn't work.
Palmerston North people can pad out their wardrobes for the price of a bag of food.
Two car accidents occurred in Pahiatua on Wednesday morning.
Intriguing remains of a sea creature found bobbing in surf have been identified.
Manawatu bar owners are supporting a call to set a minimum price for alcohol.
Artist James Robinson opens the floor with the first exhibition of the year at the Zimmerman Contemporary Art Gallery.
A short police chase in Feilding has resulted in a vehicle crashing into a power pole.
There is nothing that irks teachers more than bad spelling.
Social work student pleads for action to provide housing for homeless young people.
Support shown for woman hit by tree at festival.
Flowers and a rugby uniform have been left at the site of a fatal car crash.
Seven Feilding volunteer fire fighters will take part in the Sky Tower Challenge this May.
Prisoner seriously assaulted in prison out of hospital, but no arrests made.
Police say a mother failed to tell them she had a baby in her car when they removed her to stop her driving.
Virginia Rose Ford was bashed so hard by her partner Jesse Ferris-Bromley she suffered fractured ribs and a brain haemorrhage before he killed her.
Danielle Tanner Bingham thought she had a bargain when she booked tickets on Tripsta.
Matilda Brown, 10, wanted to help a cancer fundraiser by selling her toys.
A man has been arrested following a police pursuit near Shannon.
More than 10,000km from home, Burmese children are learning their native language in NZ.
Work is close to beginning on a pathway from Palmerston North's Fitzherbert Bridge to Linton Military Camp.