Hunters urged to ensure they are licensed, familiar with rules, and checking before firing.
Surviving the school holidays has taken on a new meaning at Manchester House.
Mangaohane Station, off the Taihape-Napier Highway, has been sold for the first time since 1973.
Ohingaiti Hall is hosting a soldiers' ball to honour those who served in past conflicts.
Feilding Intermediate principal Stu Trembath hopes students will take advantage of the offer.
Taupo man shocked to find $20,000 worth of boating gear stolen during the Central Districts Field Days.
Sarah Robson took time out from hounding politicians to speak at former school.
Rangitikei farmers take concerns about increasing underground water demand to Horizons.
Wheels will be spinning and the dirt flying when the big rigs roll in to Feilding.
A Feilding woman has spent a day in the cells after trying to take a photo of Conan McClelland in court.
Austin and Eileen White will leave Taihape next week to take up residence in Palmerston North.
Hunterville School pupils step closer to wish for lower speed limit past their front gate.
When Anita Otto never imagined she would be president of the German boot throwing association.
Community boards in Ratana and Taihape are finally fully represented, four months after local body elections.
Gumboot day, an unrivalled Taihape event since 1985, will host a variety of entertainment and competitions.
Feilding had taste of ol' west when American Quarter Horse Association held show at Manfeild.
Preserving significant trees in district for future generations is the aim of new project.
While February 2004 floods devastated much of region, many found silver lining of new flood protection measures.
Decade on from floods and tragedy
Janet White's memories of the Feilding floods bring nothing but heartache.
Ten years ago Manawatu residents went to sleep to the sound of rain on the roof. It was heavy.
Rangitikei District Council considers extending scholarship programme to other high schools in area.
UFB will be available in Feilding in June, but some will have to wait longer for it.
With 6000 youths and 23 schools, Feilding Police youth aid officers have an extensive catchment.
Strong work ethic earns two Taihape teenagers places in the Manawatu under-15 girls touch team.
On the edge of the desert, beneath the mountain, Waiouru is shrinking - fast.
Owner of Mangaweka Adventure Company thankful for visiting scouts wearing in walking track near his rafting base.
Preliminary findings indicate fire that gutted Sage Restaurant and Cafe started in an office off the dining area.
There is much more to Sanson than the state highway running through it.
The Manawatu Fireworks Spectacular is returning to Manfeild.
Mops, buckets and broken glass kept Feilding store owners busy since violent 6.2-magnitude earthquake.
Carol Stephens has coordinated a campaign to bring Irish/Scottish group Celtic Thunder to New Zealand.
More than a thousand cadets from around the globe will parade in Waiouru later this month.
Man injured after being "rammed" by a sheep near Hunterville discharged from hospital.
Oops! It appears that the Rongotea Cemetery may not be on council land.
Manchester Street School has had to turn away 70 pupils this year who live outside its zone.
National Army Museum to receive a sizable grant from Lotteries Commission.
Lauren Somerville scooped two prestigious awards at Taihape Area School's prize-giving on Friday.
Ian McKelvie has been described as an "affable bloke" by a political magazine.
Success of Feilding's anti-legal high campaign hailed five months after it rid the town of over-the-counter sales.
Feilding woman who saw dogs killing a cat says string of attacks might have been prevented
Feilding's school mourns death of pupil
The 11-year-old died on Monday evening at home after battling illness related to a brain tumour.
The opening number in this concert really said it all.
Palmerston North audiences exposed to cutting edge cinema when the NZInternational Film Festival returns.
A bit of Broadway New York hit the stage in Broadway Palmerston North last night.
There's something intrinsically happy about honey.
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