1:51 PM Mercury will fast-track the second stage of recently-started Turitea wind farm in Manawatū.
Barren banks and trail of logs are all that remain of a roadside fire that closed part of the road overnight.
Manawatū club softball dominated by one-sided results; clash between Huia and Kingswood closest of the round.
The Nanogirl Live Bring on the Noise show will take place at the Regent on Broadway, captivating the crowd with the latest in science-related fun.
Two cars were involved in the crash.
People from all walks of life have come together to recognise an important military commemoration in Palmerston North.
Jeanette Mary Gibbs was the woman killed in a Whanganui crash on Saturday night.
Police focused on mate when the obvious suspects were drug dealers, lawyer says.
A regional councillor already hauled before the courts by his own council is in more hot water as his company is issued more abatement notices.
Palmerston North gym business celebrates success raising $12,000 for melanoma trust.
Blaze tears through poultry shed near Whanganui, leaving business owners in shock at the loss.
Arohanui Hospice's biggest biennial event, the Hearts and Homes tour, has again been declared a resounding success.
Author Kaye Arnott says the storyline is inspired by her experiences camping with her family at Whitianga, where they got flooded.
Number of farms sold continues to drop as farmers come to grips with compliance laws, freshwater proposals and frugal banks.
Already damaged by a large slip, State Highway 4 is now closed near Whanganui after two truck crashed.
The first Labour Party candidate for the general election next year will be chosen in Whanganui this weekend
Artist Corrinne Larkins worked on her taniwha creation for a year before it went on display.
Let's cut through the debate about whether police should engage in high speed chases and make cars harder to steal.
Convoluted, confusing, almost chaotic drama is not as simple as it sounds.
It all went bung for the All Blacks after they plastered the supposed threat, Ireland.
Moral high ground of free speech easily eroded by revenue stream of international students.
We need a mastermind who can concoct a game plan to to combat northern hemisphere stranglers instead of our men lining up as sitting ducks.
They've been treading its boards for 45 years. It's the equivalent of 900 human years, they tell us.
The teacher was telling the class a story about a king who turned orange. I knew where this was going.
The programme was significantly a showcase for the conductor and violin soloist Martin Riseley.
The story is woven into folklore, retold as each anniversary comes up: how 733 Polish children ended up in rural New Zealand.
While they didn't bare their souls, Harry and Meghan: An African Journey did see the couple open up more than ever.