New Zealand women were the first in the world to vote in national elections. They're celebrated on Tuesday by voting.
Two police pursuits in two days after drivers in stolen cars fail to stop.
The river-city electorate is in for a new MP. We look at the candidates.
A new resident in Palmerston North says it is a struggle to find a cheap house to rent.
Te reo Māori could help breathe life back into endangered languages in Brazil.
Palmerston North will not have food truck events in The Square any more.
A tidy workshop is a productive one and, thanks to Charles Reggers, Te Manawa's is exactly that.
The Feilding Lawn Tennis Club is fighting for its future after losing four asphalt courts.
They were kicked out of the Defence Force after getting high on prescription medication while in Fiji for relief work.
Consent applications hit record high in Palmerston North due to housing surge.
Manawatū and Rangitīkei mayors won't be restricting the sale or supply of sugary drinks.
Five Palmerston North candidates will tackle the issues during the Manawatū Standard political debate.
Feilding bartender Saffron Tennant talks us through the nine-step beer pouring technique.
Children in the care of Oranga Tamariki used one-bedroom flat as "base" for offending.
Almost half of Palmerston North homes cost more than $400k.
The driver of a stolen car reached dangerously high speeds trying out outrun police through Levin.
Two-month wait for surgery after back-and-forth between woman's GP and DHB.
A car and truck have collided in Horowhenua and one person is confirmed dead.
North Island school teacher under investigation for allegedly forcing pupils to look at poo while they ate.
A man is in hospital after a serious crash at the Manfeild race track on Saturday.
Palmerston North Airport steps upmarket with a valet parking service.
Council opts to protect Esplanade against river erosion, but how will it pay?
Long saga to get dam problems sorted comes to an end.
An app could help teenagers find more friends at school.
Getting people voting the key focus in the final week of the election campaign.
A Horowhenua adult learning centre is screaming out for more funding.
A community-based production of three original plays justified its starring place on the Centrepoint Theatre stage.
Three cars have crashed on a rural road near Palmerston North, leaving it partly blocked.
Event organisers say it was the muddiest course in the five years it's been running.
Lego lovers of all ages cast their eyes on the massive and the minuscule.