Tensions simmer over who should pay for new water supply for people affected by firefighting foam contamination.
Peter Koziol was believed to have been fishing in Hawke's Bay.
Calling Paula Bennett "Paula Benefit" sees National Party leader grab prestigious title.
ATHLETICS: Anna Thomson beats her own stadium record at Arthur Eustace Memorial Meeting.
Two people taken to hospital with burns.
A Palmerston North mother wants compensation after Corrections twice placed paedophiles in her emergency accommodation.
The wood from an old stand at Awapuni Racecourse will be recycled.
Earthquake-prone notice for building prompts shelving of Library of the Future plans.
Dozens of meetings will be held with landowners affected by the Ōtaki to north of Levin expressway.
Memorial trophy for Manawatū Standard former motoring reporter awarded to Greg Murphy.
Water levels have been dropping in the Ōhau River.
Warning about meningococcal disease risks follows hospital admission.
Top spender during Horizons by-election comes second.
Palmerston North counsellors have cleared their accounts with a gift to another service.
Crashed plane ruled out as cause of town's water supply contamination. It's a different story for a nearby air force base and a landfill.
The Huang family to close the Food Barn after 13 years to move to Auckland.
Horizons chairman blasts his own council for sending out bad "messaging", but he is criticised for a potential conflict of interest.
Scientists say Rangitīkei lake may become one of New Zealand's most polluted, if nothing is done.
NZ Rugby Museum director Stephen Berg is back from his tour of Italy with 100-year-old All Blacks jersey.
A Hunterville man is turning his teenage dream of opening a restaurant into a reality.
Manawatū's successful exports to the world being called on to inspire others.
Chris Muller's project Drone Ranger, which could revolutionise the monitoring of wildlife, won him the Innovate 2018 award.
New facilities for Memorial Park include showers, toilets and changing rooms.
Kerry Sutherland's appointment expected to be confirmed this week.
Trip to the United States was ratepayer money well spent, Palmerston North mayor says.
Affected Horowhenua residents have received a letter revealing the route of the Ōtaki to Levin expressway.
Santa arrives at a Palmerston North school on a motorbike.
Surf lifesaving club has only a quarter the number of lifeguards it should.
Some parts of the Tomorrow's Schools review have been well received.
Remnant of coffee and music 'concept' store closes in Palmerston North.