An Ohakune man has been airlifted to hospital after being found unconscious in a spa pool.
It has been a long journey to restore homes after the 2015 floods, and the difficulties continue.
A group of people have delved into the tiny world of invertebrates at the Ashhurst Domain.
Manawatu could be one of the best-represented provincial centres at the Rio Olympics.
Houses being built on a Feilding floodplain are causing concern for Horizons Regional Council.
Increasing freight and traffic volumes force NZTA to re-investigate SH1 plans.
Giant rabbits, dwarf rabbits, floppy-eared rabbits and fluffy rabbits have featured in the North Island's biggest-ever bunny show.
Feilding woman missing for four days found in Wellington suburb.
A new app has been designed to help students see their progress through the qualifications system.
As Olympic athletes make final preparations, one had to finish a shift at the fire station first.
The UK's decision to exit the EU has drawn mixed reaction's from Manawatu's expat community.
Palmerston North's emergency and social housing is at crisis level, housing union says.
State Highway to get a $10 million upgrade after three fatal car crashes in just over 12 months
Students are donning gloves, belts and headgear for a charity boxing match.
Manawatu residents concerned about violence against children and a pattern of murder charges being downgraded to manslaughter are set to make their voices heard.
Bracelets are in at Monrad Intermediate, where multicoloured wristbands recognise great behaviour from students.
Manawatu man may go to jail for failing to pay nearly $140,000 of income tax.
Feilding High School students "upcycled" dated clothes to be more modern challenging their budgeting and creative skills.
A suspected case of the measles in Levin has come back with a negative result.
Palmerston North's proposed more relaxed parking regime is likely to be supported by a $40,000 marketing campaign to boost the city's shopper-friendly image.
Party candidates first to launch into local body election campaign mode.
"It's about not putting all your eggs in one basket."
Bear the dog should have been muzzled while out in public, but attacked a man after his owner lost control.
A Feilding woman who not seen since Tuesday is believed to have bused to Wellington.
Maureen Fenton joined the police force in 1957, and it was a different world back then.
A Manawatu farmer has failed to overturn his theft conviction for stealing a neighbour's cows.
"You're not damaged, you're not broken," says former soldier to his fellow PTSD sufferers.
Their disabled son had just had surgery, but a DHB mix-up saw a family shell out thousands for his aftercare equipment.
The Tararua District Council is educating the public on dog-attack prevention as injuries in the area increase.
Tui has been brewed on the banks of the Mangatainoka since 1889 but by next week much less of it will be.