Horizons Regional Council's biggest construction season on record starts with work on Anzac Cliffs.
Workers exposed to legionella bacteria highlight the need for recommendations on cooling towers to be enforced.
Staff and students at Turakina Maori Girls' College are "devastated" by news of closure.
Cans of spaghetti, baked beans, fruit and veggies are all in demand for this week's food drive.
Hearts and Homes has had a record-breaking year.
The quiet streets of Takaro are ideal for family life, residents say.
Palmerston North tertiary student who received scholarships throughout the year have been recognised at a special awards ceremony.
Restrictions on rural subdivision debated before resource management commissioners.
Wellington's CentrePort is in a position to be publicly listed, after shareholders asked the question.
Careless driving the common offence among the country's older offenders.
Last of Te Manawa Concert Series of the year will also be the end of an era.
Palmerston North will march with the rest of the world ahead of climate talks in Paris.
A man has been arrested in relation to an armed offenders squad call out in Feilding.
Horizons Regional councillors will not be held personally responsible for health and safety of council staff under new legislation.
Police are investigating after a car was deliberately set alight.
Fire services were called to the Palmerston North rail yard, after a train caught fire.
Smoke alarms save the day in stovetop fire.
Two contract workers and one Fonterra employee admitted to hospital.
A Palmerston North resident may have to ask a neighbour to chop trees to comply with pool rules.
MidCentral District Health Board is being urged to keep up the pace on its mental health overhaul.
Woman avoids jail despite helping a gang member assault and rob a man.
Tackling family violence through making change.
A pair of Manawatu teachers with more than 80 years of experience between them say a love of learning has kept them in the job for so many years.
Bakes and heart-warming stories are set to help push a Palmerston North movement international.
Record breaking Massey University's final graduation ceremony with two PhD theses in Te Reo Māori conferred in same ceremony.
School's across the Manawatu have joined forces as part of a Government initiative aimed at improving student achievement.
Hiding behind door and stabbing someone in the stomach manslaughter, not murder, Crown says.
Arapuke trails growing.
Students from around the region are prepping their bikes and donning their helmets.
Family of Samuel Culling fill public gallery at alleged murderer's court appearance.