Liz Wylie is a reporter for the Whanganui Chronicle
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Massey University experts have been looking at Anzac Parade flood risk and resilience.
Whanganui business baffled by industrial rezoning in council plan.
Te Ranga Tupua is working to provide information and build preparedness and resilience.
Councillor raises questions about Covid-19 safety measures at Whanganui swimming pools.
Whanganui export Jess Tyson shares Celebrity Treasure Island reflections.
Ohakune's famous Chocolate Éclair Shop sold to Taumarunui buyer.
Food, toilets, showers and other support are on offer at the Anzac Pde camping site.
Whanganui arts community remembers Billy Apple.
A virtual Whanganui meeting place is providing a warm welcome.
Dog attacks in Whanganui prompt a call for better control by owners.
The money will go towards his first home.
Whanganui's housing crisis in the spotlight at community meeting.
A pedestrian pace is urged for mobility scooter users after a crash in a supermarket.
Whanganui acupuncturist welcomes inclusion under health Act.
'We have supported each other in everything we do,' Graeme Baker says of wife Marie.
Mayor says there is no short-term fix.
Transport agency Waka Kotahi seeking public feedback for highway proposals.
Road closures have been approved to allow for filming in downtown Whanganui.
"I did meet Elton once ...but I never imagined I would be doing what I'm doing now."
"It is great to look back on how many students have gone from strength to strength."