Martin St residents gather under an LED light pool. From left: Jim Frecklington, Midge Janssen, Shelley Rohe and Henk ...

Too dark to go out

Residents petition for street light improvements after finding it too dark to walk at night.

Maori ward debate

Palmerston North residents will be asked for their views on creating a Maori ward.

A proposal to have a Maori ward in Palmerston North will go out for public consultation.

De-Barclay causing trouble

OPINION: National membership annoyed at part "asleep at the wheel".

On borrowed time

OPINION: Chester Borrows' departure from Parliament highlights a growing problem.

Fire scare at FMG

Two fire trucks turned out to the FMG building, but it was a false alarm.

World scrum record attempt

There's a three-day Winter Festival tapping into the Lions tour.

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News

Brawl outside bank

Police are speaking to one man, they believe to be a victim of an attack that sparked a  four to five man brawl outside ...

Police were called after up to five men were seen fighting on Broadway Ave.

Horizons parries Palmer's criticisms

Regional council will change its consents process, but stands by its environmental record.

Lions supporters stop by

Robbery accused in court

Sport

World scrum record attempt

Black Ferns fullback Selica Winiata in action against Australia  in Christchurch during the International Women's Rugby ...

There's a three-day Winter Festival tapping into the Lions tour.

Sky Blues strong under Lewis

Varsity have lost just two games in coach Scott Lewis' first season in charge.

It has been an impressive debut season at the helm of Varsity for Scott Lewis.

Tatana claims Joe Kells Memorial

Junior Tatana won the Joe Kells Memorial on Sunday.

 Junior Tatana has drawn first blood in the Manawatu-Wanganui Golf Order of Merit series win a win in the Joe Kells Memorial at the Palmerston North Golf Club on Sunday.

Stadium record throw for Palmer

Ariana Blackwood was second in the long jump and first in the 400m.

Nick Palmer claimed a stadium record as he threw 18.01m in the shot put in the opening round of the winter track and field series at the Manawatu Community Athletic Track on Sunday.

Comprehensive All Blackography

The new version of The Essential All Blackography by Ron Palenski.

All 1157 All Blacks have been crammed into a new book.

opinion

On borrowed time

Chester Borrows, the retiring MP for Whanganui.

OPINION: Chester Borrows' departure from Parliament highlights a growing problem in our politics.

De-Barclay causing trouble

Todd Barclay ruined the fanfare around National's annual conference.

OPINION: National membership annoyed at part "asleep at the wheel".

Regional neighbourliness put to the test

An artist's impression of the proposed roof over the Whanganui velodrome.

Does the optimism of mayors reflect real people's views?

Hell of a guy

Tom Ellis plays Lucifer Morningstar in Lucifer.

OPINION: Lucifer is giving religion a bad name.

Drug-resistant dogs

Antibiotics are not just helpful for humans. Dogs can benefit, too.

PAWS AND CLAWS: Antibiotics are useful, but dogs can be resistant to them.

Lifestyle

Winds of change

The new building of Te Uru in Titirangi, Auckland.

OPINION: An Auckland art gallery established in the 1980s has moved next door.

World scrum record attempt

Black Ferns fullback Selica Winiata in action against Australia  in Christchurch during the International Women's Rugby ...

There's a three-day Winter Festival tapping into the Lions tour.

Singing keeps Parkinson's at bay

Sing Loud conducted by Jeanne Purdy is a therapy vocal group for people with Parkinson's.

Singing, exercise and art help Parkinson's sufferers by providing focus, therapy and camaraderie.

Old rocker's new music

Kiwi music and acting legend Andy Anderson has recorded a new album in Palmerston North with input from local musicians.

Former star of stage, screen and the recording studio, Andy Anderson is back, after two heart attacks.

Fun in The Square and untruths in court

A Palmerston North postcard of 1901.

MEMORY LANE: Two days of news, in the Palmerston North of 1900.

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