Six additional cases of measles have been confirmed in Horowhenua.
About 70 New Zealand Defence Force soldiers have returned home from service in Iraq.
Not enough homes for Palmerston North's need, let alone Auckland's homeless too.
Police are still seeking a truck driver involved in a collision with a power pole in Bulls.
MidCentral District Health Board's coffers have had a larger-than-expected boost in this year's Budget announcements.
Primary and secondary school principals are relieved there is more money for at-risk students in this year's Budget.
This mother-of-three was not expecting much to change after this year's Budget announcements.
Budget 2016; "sensible" or "a patchwork of half baked ideas"?
A gun run duel between two Linton Army artillery batteries became a soggy hard-fought slog in the rain in Palmerston North city.
Prisoner says a leftover Christmas dinner was the trigger point for a jailhouse confession from an alleged murderer.
Palmerston North city councillors have made more additions than cuts to the budget for next year.
A Massey economist says Government innovation initiatives are on the right track, but New Zealand needs more funding to build a robust start-up sector.
Les Atkins, Palmerston North defence lawyer, district court judge and Queen's Counsel, has passed away.
Eric McIsaac, who killed his 10-year-old brother Alex Fisher, bore a grudge against his parents and "wanted to make them pay".
10-year-old Alex Fisher's death felt like a "tidal wave came through" the beachside community.
Palmerston North's inaugural Thursday Night Street Feast has been put off.
He was just a normal Kiwi kid - loved sport, tried hard at school, was loved by his family.
Peter McIsaac had long thought his son Eric was dangerous. No one heeded his warnings.
As police and rescuers searched for missing boy Alex Fisher, they hoped for a good outcome. It didn't come.
Judge hails "courage" of family for coming to court, as boys' mother weeps at conviction.
The railway line between Waikanae and Palmerston North would be electrified under the Green Party's freight policy announced this week.
A prominent anti-sugar lobbyist is calling on the Palmerston North City Council to show leadership.
A mother whose daughter was murdered eight and a half years ago says it never gets easier to talk about.
More than $10 million worth of projects planned for next year are likely to be put off in light of an $18m backlog of work not completed this financial year.
Learning care for our waterways became an immersive experience for children carrying out environmental work in yesterday's storm.
A protest is to be staged in Palmerston North as state housing units are being prepared for demolition.
Winston Peters claims to have inside information that KiwiRail may close Palmerston North rail line.
Debris was scattered up to 400m away after the tornado ripped through.
A Dannevirke man and his nephew discussed allegations that they took guns to a Woodville property where a man was killed by a shotgun blast.
The distinctive glass roof covering the walkway to Palmerston North Library might have to go in a $1.3m replacement job.