Honey blaze out

Firefighters are battling a blaze at honey sheds in Bulls. (File photo).

Honey factory fire has buzzed out.

Women in a man's world

A suggestive lipstick ad.

MEMORY LANE: A woman's world is displayed in print, 64 years ago.

Possible reprieve for Monty the dog

A pit bull may avoid destruction thanks to its owner's successful High Court appeal (file photo).

Pit bull's death sentence might be reversed as dog attack is dissected.

Two great New Zealanders

Anne-Marie Brady has made headlines as a victim, but she has determination and guts.

OPINION: Brains and brawn abound in Kane Williamson and Anne-Marie Brady.

Three paths lead to Te Manawa

Pam Vernon's paintings and mixed media works are exhibited in the same room as her son's and just around the corner from ...

Three people who share history are exhibiting in the same space at the same time.

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Women chase another title

New Zealand captain Sarah Goss is back for Manawatū at the national championships this weekend.

Manawatū will defend their rugby sevens crown this weekend.

New approach to wastewater

Property developer Murray Guy explains how a small on-site wastewater collection tank and pump works to control pressure ...

Pressure sewer systems will see tanks, grinders and pumps on residential sections.

Concerns for missing man grow

Missing man Peter Koziol, last seen on December 10.

Peter Koziol's car has been found, four days after the 55-year-old went missing in Hawke's Bay.

Schoolboys looking to end one-day drought

Palmerston North Boys' High School are out to win their first one-day club cricket title in 23 years.

CRICKET: Palmerston North Boys' High School, Marist and United vie for Manawatū club title in this weekend's playoffs.

All Black's Toulon move confirmed video

All Blacks star Nehe Milner-Skudder has signed a three-year contract with French Top 14 club Toulon.

French club Toulon confirm the signing of All Black Nehe Milner-Skudder on a three-year deal.

Ruby gets a grip on business

Ruby Mainwaring, 12, is taking Getagrip from an award-winning science fair project to a rapidly growing business.

Ruby's solution to help her grandparents open jars found big success.

Council fines itself

Horizons Regional Council has issued itself an infringement notice over smoke from burning vegetation.

A burn-off gone awry ends with a regional council issuing itself an infringement notice.

Honouring the Queen

Long-serving Queen Elizabeth II has travelled widely and met many people.

OPINION: The Queen has never been one to slacken off on her work.

Downpour causes sudden flooding video

The water was knee deep at the corner of Rosebank Ave and Royal Oak Drive, Palmerston North.

Water up to people's knees in streets of Kelvin Grove, Palmerston North.

Suzuki Series on its way to Manfeild

Shane Miller is looking forward to racing on his home track.

Manfeild in Feilding will host the Suzuki Series this weekend.

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Meningococcal strain confirmed confirmed

The patient in Palmerston North Hospital has the MenW strain of the disease.

Palmerston North meningococcal patient has MenW strain.

Under the influence

Giant portraits of iconic Kiwis loom over industrial street.

Flooding damage only skin deep

'Lazy landlords' slammed

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Two great New Zealanders

Anne-Marie Brady has made headlines as a victim, but she has determination and guts.

OPINION: Brains and brawn abound in Kane Williamson and Anne-Marie Brady.

Chairman's outburst nothing new

Bruce Gordon's cavalier approach to good governance has run its course.

OPINION: Horizons Regional Council chairman Bruce Gordon has turned on staff at his own organisation.

Broken bones fail to keep pair off course

Great survivor Peter Creighton is still shooting beneath his age at Royal Auckland and Grange.

OPINION: Manawatū golfing legends don't let a few knocks and bumps keep them away from the sport.

St Kents lacks moral compass

St Kentigern College ought to be ashamed of itself, argues Dennis Slade.

OPINION: Auckland school may have acted within the letter of the law, but it lacks ethics in sporting arms race.

Falling for Trump's trap

United States President Donald Trump calls the news media the enemy of the people. He has weaponised public distrust of ...

OPINION: Parts of the news media have been suckered into playing Donald Trump's game.

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Women in a man's world

A suggestive lipstick ad.

MEMORY LANE: A woman's world is displayed in print, 64 years ago.

Three paths lead to Te Manawa

Pam Vernon's paintings and mixed media works are exhibited in the same room as her son's and just around the corner from ...

Three people who share history are exhibiting in the same space at the same time.

Radio for the people

As part of celebrating 21 years on air, the Manawatū People's Radio studios have had an upgrade. From left: trust ...

Community access radio was given a voice in Manawatū 21 years ago and it is still being heard.

Honouring the Queen

Long-serving Queen Elizabeth II has travelled widely and met many people.

OPINION: The Queen has never been one to slacken off on her work.

Have a furry Christmas

Christmas can be stressful for our furry friends.

PAWS AND CLAWS: Seasonal tips to help make life easier for our little friends.

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