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Pain and prejudice video

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Kasie Millar suffers from endometriosis.

Endometriosis is a hidden battle that some women face daily.

Arrests for Whanganui shooting

Kevin Ratana was killed in August.

Two men have been arrested for the murder of Kevin Ratana, who was gunned down outside his home.

Palmerston North District Court evacuated

Palmerston North District Court was evacuated after a fire alarm went off at 1.50pm on Monday afternoon.

Fire trucks respond after sprinklers set off in courthouse cell block.

Car rolls off road near Bulls

The car rolled as it crashed, and the woman trapped before being taken to hospital.

Northbound lane of State Highway 1 blocked, woman suffers serious injuries after rolling car.

Lullaby to soothe baby Neve video

Singer-songwriter Chanelle Davis wrote the tune of the winning lullaby in a national competition.

🎶 Papa will nurse you and rock you so cherry, Mamma must go look after the Nation. 🎶

Square revamp starts soon

Preparations for a major makeover will begin in November on The Square side of the street between Church St and Main Street.

Work on the $26 million makeover of streets around Palmerston North's city centre is imminent.

Planning champion to be remembered

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Official VIP Opening of Te Manawa. Joan Chettleburgh, Bernard Forde ...

Long-serving city councillor, academic, and Showgrounds chairman will be farewelled.

Eighties mock rock show a winner

Tom Knowles has a great voice and delivered his songs with a generous dash of overwrought tongue-in-cheek.

REVIEW: Shout-out to a decade perhaps best forgotten rattles the rafters.

Cyclones go down fighting

Canterbury prop Stephanie Te Ohaere-Fox, centre, takes on Manawatū Cyclones defenders Sam Tipene, left, and Nicole ...

RUGBY: Season over for Manawatū women, but they didn't go down easily.

No sign Brett Hall went bush

A photograph of missing 47 year-old Brett Hall, whose alleged killer is on trial in the High Court at Palmerston North.

Infrared heat search finds deer, goats and plenty of pigs, but no sign a missing man ever entered the bush.

Revamp restores reputation

The Feilding Holiday Park's revamp is a family affair, with owners Luke and Hayley Groombridge, right, with their son ...

Holiday park's new owners seem to be winning battle to overcome dire online ratings.

Marist bowlers line up win

Marist opener Arana Noema-Barnett goes long handle against Freyberg at Manawaroa Park on Saturday.

CRICKET: Black Caps fast bowler Adam Milne makes a rare club appearance.

How a 13-year-old sees the world

Ava Thomas, 13, is the youngest artist to have a solo exhibition at Feilding and District Art Society.

Ava Thomas is a teenager who lives with a camera around her neck.

Turbos farewell captain with much-needed win

One of the Turbos' three All Blacks, Ngani Laumape, scores against Southland.

RUGBY: Antonio Kiri Kiri signs off in scrappy victory over Southland. Jade Te Rure also says goodbye.

Central throwing kitchen sink into weekend

Lydia Bamford, of Central, left, tussles with Auckland's Stephanie Skilton. The two sides were evenly matched at first, ...

FOOTBALL: Double-header against Waikato-Bay of Plenty gives young side chance of getting on the board.

A blaze of business-as-usual hanky spanky

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REVIEW: Ricky Beirao's slinky celebration of a non-conformist life sends a full house out into the night abuzz.

Vintage bikes boost hospice

Arohanui Hospice chief executive Clare Randall tries out the pillion seat on club president Brett London's 1982 classic ...

The display included a replica of the World's Fastest Indian motorbike and drew $8000 for Arohanui Hospice.

Woman's 'frightening' house hunt

Noeline Price has rehomed her cat in a bid to become more appealing to property managers but fears she could soon be ...

Noeline Price is looking around the North Island for a place to live, but it's proving impossible.

Rural rally roads closed

The effect of rally cars on nearby farming and the road itself has some rural Manawatū residents annoyed.

Officials close rural roads for Silver Fern Rally despite fawning farmers and anxious residents.

Diabetics encouraged to make gadget switch

Kathy Scott, co-president of Diabetes Manawatu and Pauline Taylor, get to grips with how the CareSens meter works.

Help is on the way for people worried the new technology is beyond them.

A woman of her time

Kate Burrows, in 1927, about eight years after arriving in New Zealand.

Kate Burrows raced to France during World War I on a mission to find her brother. Later, she became a well known midwife in Palmerston North. Her son remembers her.

Vintage slices of life

Val Mills, who wrote Down at the Baths, is one of the speakers for Local History Week.

MEMORY LANE: Postcards provide glimpses into Palmerston North's past.

The healing power of painting video

Tima Simms expresses grief through art after her son Private Meredith Simms was killed when a unimog plunged off a 100 ...

Tima Sims' son died when his unimog plunged 100m off a cliff. Through a paintbrush she has found peace.

The value behind the face video

David Gibson, a Manawatū man, is the chairman of a drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre called The Retreat in Auckland.

You never know who might be quietly trying to make the world a better place. Carly Thomas finds her rural neighbour is doing just that.

Rural Day a slice of heaven

Toby Wishnosky, 7, dressed as Wal, and Finn Wishnowsky, 6, as Rangi, for a Footrot Flats competition. Finn won a ...

Pitter-patter of rain drowned out by 'Da da da ba, du da da ba' in Feilding.

Possum in a trap alerts neighbour to something amiss

Brett Hall went missing in 2011.

Isolated rural area resident knew Brett Hall wouldn't leave an animal to suffer.

Cellar-dweller clash for pride

Sam Stewart will take the field for the Turbos against his old team on Sunday.

RUGBY: Manawatū haven't had the best season, but their next opponents have lost 20 in a row.

Protesters defend right to resist defence show

The Peace Action protest outside the Defence Forum at Westpac Stadium in Wellington in 2017 turned chaotic.

Peace activists plan to disrupt Defence Forum with anti-weapons demonstrations amid tight and controversial security measures.

Young cyclists hit the track for cancer fundraiser

Keahi Wehipeihana in full flight during Friday's wheelathon.

A group of children decided to ride bikes for a good cause.

Topiki boundary change gets closer

A boundary change between Horowhenua and Palmerston North is getting closer.

The Local Government Commission will assess the proposal for Tokomaru and Ōpiki to become part of Palmerston North.

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