Your Manawatu

Safety for hunters

Hunters urged to ensure they are licensed, familiar with rules, and checking before firing.

The tribe has spoken

Surviving the school holidays has taken on a new meaning at Manchester House.

Mangaohane Station sold

Mangaohane Station, off the Taihape-Napier Highway, has been sold for the first time since 1973.

Soldiers' ball

Ohingaiti Hall is hosting a soldiers' ball to honour those who served in past conflicts.

Happy healthy honey

honey There's something intrinsically happy about honey.

Diabetics given help by app

A pair of enterprising UCOL students pocketed $10,000 after winning Innovate 2013 last week.

Dogs and people protest testing

Maternity service business thriving

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Abracadabra, it's CGI

Strap Now You See Me
M, 2hr 10min
Reviewed by Jonathon Howe.

One for the family

Dino Time
G, 1hr 40min
Reviewed by Katy Breheny.

Italian melodrama with many twists

Multi-layered Kiwi story resonates

Film has heart

The Way Way Back
M 1hr 50min
Reviewed by Matthew Dallas.

$20k field days theft

Central Districts Field Days at Manfeild, Feilding. Taupo man shocked to find $20,000 worth of boating gear stolen during the Central Districts Field Days.

Breakfast at school

Feilding Intermediate principal Stu Trembath hopes students will take advantage of the offer.

Time for a life change

Sorting out the competition

The tribe has spoken

Surviving the school holidays has taken on a new meaning at Manchester House.

Brothers ready to chop hard

Two Turakina teenagers are hoping a brotherly understanding will help their cause as their New Zealand under-21 axemen team take on Australia next month.

Fresh focus in Bulls ward

With five-years of involvement in the Bulls community behind her Rebecca McNeil wants a seat on the Rangitikei District Council.

Tough Kid goes regional

Feed the family

Owner to restore history

A year after it was abandoned by the Bank of New Zealand, there are plans to restore an earthquake damage-prone Marton building to its former glory.

Water use an issue

irrigator Rangitikei farmers take concerns about increasing underground water demand to Horizons.

Moving on from Taihape

Austin and Eileen White will leave Taihape next week to take up residence in Palmerston North.

Say on school speeds

Gumboot sport the right fit

Rural quiet broken

Alcohol is believed to have been a factor in a dispute at a Taihape house last Wednesday that left three men in hospital.

Fried egg on a caesar? Oh no!

DROVER Drover's Cafe & Bar
93 Manchester St,
Feilding
Phone 323 3493

Cold night, warm service

The Cooperage Cafe and Tapas Bar
723 Main St, Palmerston North
Phone: 354 5124

Basic errors let down elegant dining room

Mixed results from eclectic menu

No partridge, but temptations abounded

Nero Restaurant
36 Amesbury St,
Palmerston North
Phone 354 0312

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