Bulls Community Centre finally opens
The long-awaited $8.3 million building has finally opened and been gifted a name by local iwi.
Election 2020: Palmerston North candidates' meeting
Candidates sell their wares at The People and The Politics, presented by Stuff and Manawatū People's Radio.
Killed police officer Matt Ratana remembered as 'really positive, good fella'
It's been almost three decades since Matt Ratana left to live fulltime in the UK but the ripples of his death are felt strongly back in NZ.
Palmerston North water supply restored after pipe repaired
The pipe supplying two thirds of Palmerston North's water burst on Friday.
Election 2020: Immigrant Kiwis empowered by the right to vote
For some New Zealanders a vote doesn't just count, it represents acceptance, dignity and a new identity.
Glory days of city's centennial brought to life for sesqui celebration
Almost 50 years ago a royal visit, an “amuse-eum”, a beard-growing contest and a Miss Manawatū Centennial Spectacular marked Palmerston North’s 100 years.
Well-travelled Nigel Ah Wong slots into Manawatū Turbos lineup
He's played in Australia and Japan, but is now back in New Zealand.
Palmerston North school promotes teaching New Zealand Sign Language
Freyberg High School and one of its teachers has been recognised for its efforts teaching one of New Zealand's official languages.
Manawatū basketball titles go to That's Us and Unicorns
The men's club basketball decider was a tight affair, while the women's one was more one-sided.
Motorcycle-and-car crash leaves person with serious injuries
Police rushed to the scene at Upper Main St and Napier Rd at 3.15pm on Friday.
Palmerston North's main water pipe bursts
The main pipe from Palmerston North's Turitea treatment plant has burst; officials plead for residents to conserve water.
MidCentral pleads with residents to keep up the Covid-19 testing
Health boss urges people not to write off a sniffle as hayfever and get a Covid test.
Man stealing taps in Levin arrested
A 21-year-old will be appearing in court for 14 burglaries of taps from about 20 businesses.
Cyclists score win with Manawatū River bridge demolition pause
Transport agency backs off demolishing old Manawatū River bridge after campaign from cyclists and letters to ministers.
Alcohol addict jailed for crime spree including stealing booze and trying to headbutt police
A man with a booze problems needs to keep off the turps if he wants to keep out of the justice system.