JONO'S SERVE: Top tennis coaches pass on their experience in Manawatū.
Runners doing the challenging race will see stunning views.
State Highway 1 was closed after a two-car crash in Manawatū.
Online post says 1080 dumped at Palmerston North swimming pool and public parks.
Hyde Jewellers is one of Palmerston North's oldest businesses, and it's moving off The Square.
Rain pauses for Rangitāne kaumātua's blessing of park's new carvings - a good sign, says organiser.
INDOOR BOWLS: It's been a long time between national titles for strong rep squad.
Man's denials not believed by judge. He faces a lengthy jail term.
All Black Nehe Milner-Skudder feels like he is a new face in the Manawatū rugby squad.
Regional councillor draws parallels between trout hatcheries and stoats. Fish and Game says he is "uneducated".
Lawyer admits hiring two girls, one 14 years old, to provide sexual services.
War vet Dion Taka used to have nightmares every night. Now, he can get some rest.
RUGBY LEAGUE: Mustangs' young guns combine with old heads in nationals bid.
Costs of cleanup from June floods in Manawatū hit $700,000.
Dara's legs are giving out on her. But she is not giving up.
It's down to the business end of the year for Manawatū's netballers.
ATHLETICS: Region's runners and walkers hit tarmac in road championships.
NBA star Steven Adams is visiting Palmerston North for the weekend.
Jacob Fifita-Tovo is showing signs of improvement following a suspected spinal injury.
Peter Walters said he tried to get Cashew the pony help. A judge did not buy it.
The massive avalanche on Tūroa will leave it without its chair lift for the rest of winter.
Well-known whistleblower Robbie Boerboom has succumbed to cancer.
There were big sounds ringing out from the Intermediate Normal school hall.
Teachers roar for two-day strike idea, ramping up the pressure after the PM criticised them for striking too early.
Students attempt to invite figure at centre of free-speech firestorm back to Massey University.
State Highway 1 near Bulls is closed after a crash.
Landfill problems continue to get up people's noses in Horowhenua town.
1, 2, 3, 4, teachers walking off the floor.
Ruapehu District councillors are in "shock and disbelief", mayor Don Cameron says.
Manawatū's rabbit population rallies, but wet winters help bring numbers under control.