The story of Jekyll and Hyde is being told in a very new way.
Foxton Community Board a "voice for the people".
An environmental historian is calling for urgent change in a new book, Beyond Manapouri.
The access road to Palmerston North's observatory on the hill floods again, and again.
Uncertain future for Foxton war memorial hall room named after gunner killed in Vietnam.
CYCLING: Robert Stannard had a good run at the Giro d'Italia under-23 race, finishing third.
BASKETBALL: The Jets have three games in Whanganui over the next few weeks.
Boil-water notice lifted in Dannevirke after multiple days without clean drinking water.
HOCKEY: Men and women win their matches in dominant display.
Lawyer says he should be entitled to court costs for representing himself in legal aid case.
Roadworks on Palmerston North road now won't be done until September or October.
It employs 91,000 people and is crying out for more. A job expo in Feilding is answering the call.
We'll be able to jump on any bus, train or ferry in the country and pay by phone or bank card.
RUGBY: Feilding Old Boys-Ōroua in the playoff hunt; Old Boys-Marist sneak home.
Students from all over the country can now be in class at Longburn Adventist College.
Heavy rain causes flooding on State Highway 1 in Rangitīkei.
Woman celebrating 100th birthday danced with her husband every week.
Celestial Brown is a multi-skilled musician.
An investigation by the Office of the Auditor-General has dismissed complaints about Horowhenua housing.
The Hilux Rural Games' Running of the Wools axed from Feilding, moves to Palmerston North.
Palmerston North restaurant Bethany's and Aokautere land company bills written off.
Jury finds Black Power president not guilty of raping and kidnapping a woman.
Jack Allen Community House moves in with the Levin RSA.
FOOTBALL: It's hard to see anyone overtaking Marist in the Federation League.
Environmental activist will no longer be pursued for trespassing on his tribal land in Horowhenua.
More than 150 competitors, including a dozen national champs, face off.
The wheelchair rugby champs return to Palmerston North after more than a decade.
BASKETBALL: The Jets' return to home court didn't go so well.
Sian Poulton dreams of one day becoming a district court judge.
Multimillion-dollar church fix-up project to get $300,000 of ratepayer money.