A young historian is reviving memories of Palmerston North soldiers' contributions to WWI.
Dannevirke's only Black Power member will be confined to his house for almost a year for driving offences.
Neither wind nor rain could keep the keen mountain bikers from racing in the 2016 Crank-It Winter Series.
A competition has been launched to help reduce obesity rates in Maori and Pacific people.
A man has died after a house fire in Ashhurst, near Palmerston North.
Gumboots and clippers are needed for Hoffman Kiln working bees.
Manawatu farmers' planning could benefit from more data thanks to Ballance and Hill Laboratories new partnership.
Horowhenua police are appealing for information on Jamie Ronaki Kissling, who has a warrant to arrest.
Palmerston North didn't quite manage to escape the wild weather on the weekend.
Hundreds of people visit the Palmerston North exhibition of railways in miniature.
Palmerston North's call for refunds on returns of beverage containers has won 90 per cent support from New Zealand councils.
The Salvation Army is cutting down on the amount of accommodation it provides in Palmerston North.
There is keen competition to be a Palmerston North city councillor, but so far, no one wants to be mayor.
Manawatu Standard's beauty does it.
A youthful Manawatu No 1 pipe band is off to compete in the world championships in Glasgow.
Solutions to Auckland's housing shortage could harm Palmerston North's growth.
The latest jobs figures show Manawatu/Whanganui is "the power house of the central North Island," Palmerston North mayor Grant Smith says.
After four days of searching, police consider scaling back efforts to find Mary Berrington.
Torch visit marks 75 years of women in New Zealand Police.
Fabric artist Ron Te Kawa has been enthralling school holiday audiences with his colourful tales.
More than half of army recruits have been verbally abused by instructors, a report shows.
Te Horo man taken to hospital after being injured by a steer.
Levin jumps into the food truck scene with both feet as 2000 people roll up for the town's first food truck festival.
A pedestrian has been struck by a vehicle on State Highway 1.
Police are warning motorists to take care on the roads this weekend.
In an unusual move, the Phillip John Smith pleaded not guilty but asked jury to find otherwise.
Four soldiers discharged from the army after taking prescription medication while deployed to Fiji.
City council considers how to make it easier for householders to make green-minded choices.
Tararua District Council against a Local Government Amendment Bill.
Masks, superheroes and computer coding part of the school holiday entertainment at libraries.