After years at Massey University, Malcolm Peacey will celebrate a possibly winning formula next week.
One year after making a compelling case for an off-road path to school, Whakarongo celebrates the opening of a trackside pathway from Stoney Creek Rd to James Line.
Student associations are fighting for their right to live in warm and healthy homes.
Novel innovations in the way Palmerston North Hospital's pharmacy organises itself have been in action to eradicate medication errors.
A giant rugby ball has been proposed as Palmerston North's symbol.
New Zealand Music Month started in May, with Palmerston North offering a lot of different sounds.
Rangitikei St billboard makers Go Media were knee-deep in water after Thursday's downpour.
Leaving school to be a trolley boy, Jason Davy dreamed of being the boss – and now he is.
A measles case from the current Waikato outbreak visited Manawatu while infectious.
Assault at Manawatu Prison puts four staff members in hospital after inmate became agitated during hearing.
Want to busk in Horowhenua? Can I please see your permit?
Work started on the first stage of Palmerston North's bridge to base pathway on Friday.
A Manawatu man has been sent to prison after police found the stash of methamphetamine he planned to sell and smoke in his shoe.
Witnesses sought after alleged assault.
The man who abducted and indecently assaulted a girl in Palmerston North may spend the rest of his life behind bars.
Rain moving up the North Island has hit Palmerston North flooding some parts of the city.
Delays are starting to creep into the building consent process as the number of applications in Palmerston North soars.
From pink cupcakes to flowers and balloons, the student world has turned pink for breast cancer too.
Palmerston North entrepreneurs say a new immigration visa could be a boost to the region.
Palmerston North's junior road safety park is aiming for a November opening.
People will be collecting for the Westpac Chopper Appeal in Palmerston North on Friday.
Massey philosophy postgraduate Nathan Hawkins has received a prestigious scholarship to Cambridge University.
Opponents to Foxton's $1.5m Main St upgrade say no-one will visit the town to see a wider footpath.
Firefighters have broken windows on the Bayleys building to reduce smoke and carbon monoxide levels.
For the first time in 74 years, Harold Pearpoint will be sleeping in on the first day of the duck shooting season.
One Lotto ticket holder is almost $15,000 richer after winning a share of the second division.
Longstanding All Saints Church vicar has left his position after a new leadership direction was sought.
Rural Tararua community members have had enough of the lack of cellphone coverage in their area.
Police are appealing for sightings of a missing girl.
A vegetation fire near Halcombe took almost six hours to extinguish.