Meet the man giving new life to old bikes in Palmerston North.
About 300 people attended a meeting in Woodville to discuss gorge alternatives.
A car crash near Palmerston North left sheep dead. The driver was unharmed.
OPINION: Peters' plan to follow a "democratic process" is the biggest untruth of them all.
COLD COFFEE: Seeing people you recognise every time you venture might be a super power.
Teenage twins are jailed days apart for two different aggravated robberies.
A group of Feilding and Marton students are awaiting results for their buildability challenge.
Teen who killed Josh McGinty through her careless driving may keep an unblemished record and apply for discharge without conviction.
Cycling on a motor racing circuits
All going to plan, cricket will be in full swing in two weeks.
New Zealand A lose 16 wickets to spin in crushing innings defeat to India A.
The Manawatu Touch Association has dragged together an elite competition.
The national pony club showhunter championships are back at Foxton this weekend
COLD COFFEE: Seeing people you recognise every time you venture out may not just be a coincidence, it might be a super power.
OPINION: Winston Peters' plans to follow a "democratic process" is the biggest untruth of them all.
OPINION: The Green Party faithful seem quite grateful to be back in Parliament.
OPINION: Voters in Manawatū-Whanganui region electorates have made a strong call for the status quo.
OPINION: The odds were stacked against National candidate Adrienne Pierce and one had to wonder how serious National really was.
A new play explores what happens in the lead-up to Taihape's famous Gumboot Day.
The Massey University Drama Society springs forward with a programme of original work.
REVIEW: The Royal New Zealand Ballet brought it's acclaimed production of "Romeo and Juliet" to the Regent on Broadway.
Helen Moulder and Rose Beauchamp reprise their musical alter egos in a winsome reinterpretation of a baroque classic.
REVIEW: The Royal NZ Ballet rises above their lacklustre recorded musical backing.