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One hundred days in, still a long way to go for Tararua's recovery
A lot of work is going on behind the scenes.
Two men, a Mini and a police pursuit: Original Goodbye Pork Pie back on Dannevirke screens
The movie became a Kiwi classic. A Dannevirke man was determined to bring it back.
Dannevirke firefighters' goal to help those fighting health battles
Dannevirke firefighters did themselves proud at the Sky Tower.
Taking a trip down memory lane at Norsewood School
Lynn Kirkland taught at Norsewood School 50 years ago.
Temporary repairs on Dannevirke's troubled dam to be conducted in early June
Temporary repairs under way as dam experiences leakage of 20 litres of water per second.
'I don't like them going up at all': Dannevirke Community Board divided over proposed rates rise
Dannevirke Community Board discussed submission on annual plan.
Norway Day connecting people with Scandinavian heritage
Aaron Torkilsen wanted to get in touch with his heritage.
Wairarapa MP Kieran McAnulty talks rates, water reforms and investment in Tararua
Keiran McAnulty says he's been advocating quite strongly for support for Tararua.
‘He was my whole life’: Mum creates fairy garden to remember 4-year-old killed in crash
Chloe Foster visited a clearing near to where Dylan died and realised it was 'perfect'.
'They will get there.' Tararua District farmers supported through cyclone recovery.
It has been a tough three months since the cyclone.
‘I'm not losing my home’: Resident says 13% rates increase would be final straw
“What are we supposed to do? Lose our houses?”
"I've always been just delightfully me from day one." Jackie Clarke goes prima diva in Norsewood
Jackie Clarke will pay homage to the great divas of the past in her upcoming show.
Tararua District will get the royal treatment for the coronation
Dannevirke's High Street will be decked out for the coronation.
Demolishing the past: Carnegie Building awaits decision on its future
Tararua District Council is yet to discuss plans for the site of the Carnegie building.
Tararua District Council proposes 13 per cent rates increase
Tararua District Council urges public to give feedback on Annual Plan.
The Anzac speech written by ChatGPT, and what it means for modern warfare
Richard Short used artificial intelligence to make a point, and to urge caution.
Community conversations being held on cyclone recovery plan
Tararua District Council is holding sessions on cyclone recovery.
Kiwi ingenuity - pieces of washed-away bridge recycled for new footbridge
It was going to cost more than $150,000. Then contractors came up with a simple solution.
The estate agent paid 30 pigs for selling a property
The retiring Kerry Sutherland once made a deal that he'll never live down.
Get going, going, gone at the Dannevirke smallholders auction
People can bring in almost anything they want to, from farm equipment to the kitchen sink.
Work to begin on temporary access to Marainanga Gorge
Contractors are working on repairs to the road through Marainanga Gorge.
Traffic delayed by bridge repairs but no detour in place
While the bridge is down one lane locals have come up with an unofficial peak time detour.
Fears over speedsters along Dannevirke's High Street
Road safety issues debated, and who is responsible for the state of Tararua's reserves?
“Ultimate sacrifice”: The airman who never returned home
A relative of a World War II airman wants to ensure he's never forgotten.
Top shearer's remarkable recovery from horror farm accident
Dave Buick knows he's lucky to be alive after a horrific accident.
Tararua District a focus of repairs for flood protection
More than $9 million in damage done to stopbanks, spillways and drains in the district.
Night of nostalgia as Dannevirke's cinema celebrates a year since reopening
It has been a year of ups and downs for the Regent Cinema.
Work delays and vandalism concerning Tararua District Wellbeing committee
What is holding up the completion of new pensioner flats?
Libraries are more than just books, research shows
Research shows that libraries are more than just places to borrow books.
The Woodville pet killers: Bloodthirsty pitbulls terrorise town for months
Two menacing dogs behind spate of serious attacks on pets in middle of night.
A hard winter ahead for the Tararua District economy
How has the environment changed in Tararua District?
18 months to build pensioner flats as housing shortage deepens in Tararua
The flats were expected to have been finished by July, but are still not ready.
"The response is a sprint, the recovery's a marathon." Recovery from Cyclone Gabrielle continues in Tararua District
Where is Tararua District at with recovery efforts?
Ngati Kahungunu settlement and apology an opportunity to build for the future
Ngati Kahungunu has big plans ahead for money received in a settlement.
'We knew we were in strife': Community mucks in to help flooded farm
Three-quarters of Naomi and Blair Castles' farm was underwater after the cyclone.
Paying respects to the man and the legacy of Phil Lamason
Nephew of last surviving airmen at Buchenwald concentration camp is in Dannevirke.
'There's always something that happens': Cyclone-hit farmers pick up the pieces
Tararua District's coastal residents remain philosophical after the cyclone.
Winter worry: Novelty of dinghy crossing wearing off for couple after bridge swept away
“I really don’t want to be in the dinghy for winter."
MPI helping farmers as they work through cyclone-related problems
Farmers facing worries over stock after Cyclone Gabrielle still have plenty of support.
Anzac screening of documentary about Dannevirke's WWII hero
Dannevirke's Regent will be holding a special screening of the documentary.