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Two injured in crash

Two people were flown to Palmerston North Hospital with serious injuries on Sunday after a car crash. (file photo)

Two people were flown to hospital following a crash in Rangitikei.

Manawatu swimmers in the medals

There was a packed day of rugby at the Arena for club rugby finals day on Saturday.

Mya Rasmussen and Laticia Transom have been in hot form in the pool.

"Can-do" Kiwi laid to rest

Steam hearse "Dixie Flyer" with the coffin of Colin Stevenson.

 Colin Stevenson, the man who "put Tokomaru on the map" died aged 87, and was ferried to the cemetery by steam-powered traction engine.

Miles in memory event held

Crystal Johnston from Bulls and Liz Peters from Palmerston North cycling for 24 hours in a Sands Manawatu-Horowhenua ...

Two mums and three dads cycled on spin bikes for up to 30 hours as part of the fundraiser for lost babies.

Conman allowed to sue

Brian Hunter has multiple convictions, including for impersonating a pilot and a lawyer.

A serial conman says probation officers' negligence cost him, and he's going to sue.

Obligations breached

Kids Republic Playland's bill to former staff continues to grow.

Playground business records second recent loss in the Employment Relations Authority.

New patrol car takes to Feilding streets

From left, co-ordinator Dawn Wairama, Senior Constable Andrew Royds, TRC Toyota manager Kirsty Hoffman, chairman Ron ...

Feilding's new community patrol car is stickered up and ready to hit the town's streets.

Holiday park up for hospitality award

Former owner of Himatangi Beach Holiday Park Dennis Penney with his most recent hospitality award.

The Himatangi Beach Holiday Park is a finalist in the 2017 Spirit of Hospitality Awards.

Housing shortage talk in PN

Labour housing spokesman Phil Twyford says families are living in motels and cars as the waiting list for state houses ...

 If NZ had a Labour-led government it should "take the bull by the horns" and fix the housing crisis.

Millions spent fixing police cars

A police car comes to a final halt after crashing through a Hamilton property in June.

More than $8 million has been spent fixing damaged police cars in the past three years, with costs peaking in 2016.

No random drug tests for police

Only following a police shooting do officers undergo drug and alcohol testing. (File photo).

Police are only given drug and alcohol testing if they fire a gun during an incident.

Petition calls for heads to roll

Horowhenua District Council chief executive David Clapperton, left, and mayor Michael Feyen are deeply divided over ...

Boss of snooping council and deputy mayor must go, says petition organiser.

Bridal gowns from the ages

Aimee Perrett models Miranda Polson's 1976 wedding dress.

Some of the region's finest bridal gowns of the last century were in a unique display.

Expo earns plenty of party favours

Mia Tutaki, 5, has her face painted with a unicorn by Jeanette Poulson from Feral Face Painting and Body Art.

The country's first children's party expo a riot of cake, fairies, games and colour.

SH4 to Whanganui still closed

State Highway 4 between Whanganui to Raetihi remains partially closed until at least Saturday.

State Highway 4 between Whanganui to Raetihi remains closed due to a slip.

Former NZ paediatrician jailed in UK

Jonathan Walsh is in jail after pleading guilty to 17 charges relating to the making and distributing of indecent images ...

Paediatrician who worked in New Zealand hospitals jailed in the UK for making indecent images of children.

Raking in the money

Economic development agency conventions executive Phil Hildred said Palmerston North had proven track record for hosting ...

Three major conferences will provide a big boost to the Palmerston North economy

Gloves on for gang fight

Te Kai Po Ahuriri will strap on the gloves on Saturday.

Gang chapter leader says he's turned his life around.

Thieves rob forestry worker

A Manawatu forestry worker had three chainsaws stolen from the back of his ute (File photo).

He becomes the latest victim in a string of reports of car break-ins in Feilding.

Crank It Cycles targeted again

Crank It Cycles owner Steve Pedley is frustrated his store has been targeted again.

 A window was smashed in the attempted burglary, causing thousands of dollars worth of damage.

Two to tango

Rómulo Castro recorded songs for a new Massey University course when he visited New Zealand earlier this year for a ...

A new Massey University course uses the popular dance as a teaching aide.

Get 'n' Give celebrates one year

Marton's Get 'n Give celebrate their first birthday.

A Marton organisation that aims to alleviate poverty in Rangitikei is celebrating its first birthday.

Water levy lucrative

The Green Party has suggested introducing a 10-cent per-litre levy on water bottling and exports.

The Green Party's proposed charge could give Horizons $53,000 a day extra.

Tennis court for sale

Feilding's four asphalt courts will be sold despite five submissions opposing the sale.

Feilding's four asphalt courts will be sold despite strong opposition.

Residents want 'bickering' to end

Horowhenua ratepayers want mayor Michael Feyen and the council to get on with their work.

Horowhenua ratepayers are fed up with a council that clashes.

Rare seal put down

A rare seal washed up on Waikawa Beach on Sunday. The Department of Conservation, which took four days to inspect it, ...

A rare seal was left on a beach for four days before it was checked, then euthanised by DOC.

Two-car crash in Woodville

A two-car crash in Woodville injured three people.

Three people are in hospital, one with serious injuries, after a two-car crash in Woodville.

Link broken by neglect

The Saddle Rd is restricted to one east-bound lane during the day as upgrades are carried out.

Massey University academic blames a lack of planning for the current Manawatu Gorge woes.

Slip closes part of SH4

The NZ Transport Agency has closed part of State Highway 4 until at least Friday afternoon.

State Highway 4 between Whanganui to Raetihi is closed while a large slip is assessed.

Woman injured in crash

A van, ute and truck have collided on Kawakawa Rd near the Awahuri Feilding Rd intersection.

A three–vehicle crash has injured and trapped a woman in a ute near Feilding

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