Laurel Stowell is a reporter for the Whanganui Chronicle
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Massey University team researches facts for Horizons' Anzac Pde flood solution.
Making tukutuku panels keeps skills alive and brings people together, organiser says.
Iwi from the Taihape area have announced their negotiators.
"Sticky date pudding at the Rutland Arms Inn is my go-to outing."
Protesters against farming regulations have again driven around Whanganui.
77-year-old former farmer defeats dangerous cancer through proactive approach and surgery.
Mining firm sees clear legal pathway to consents, despite Supreme Court rejection.
Council stumps up $155,000 for bronze casting, community to raise money for plinth.
Public warned to look out for scammers operating during lockdown.
Women's Refuge Whanganui staff are busy, but coping, manager says.
They were chosen by hapū and iwi, and recommended by council staff.
Businesses seeking staff are urged to contact the Ministry of Social Development for help.
The bank says it could have better emphasised a more flexible timeframe.