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The 20-year-old analyst keeping a 'football eye' on the Wellington Phoenix
He has been in Sydney with the team since the start of November.
Four babies born in Whanganui Hospital on Christmas Day
"It was quite a busy day."
AJ Hackett revisits the birthplace of commercial bungy after 30 years
"It has to be one of the most powerful places on Earth."
Whanganui teacher retires after 50 years in education
A lot has changed during the 50 years Gillian Eades has been in education.
Whanganui records second hottest December day since 1978
Whanganui's temperature soared up to 29.3 degrees on Wednesday.
'Almost guaranteed' that Whanganui will be at 'red light' setting
Details around what level Whanganui will be in are expected by the end of the week.
Get ready for the 'new, new normal', Whanganui mayor says
"It's not like people won't be able to go out and socialise full stop."
'Highly needed' counselling programme rolling into Whanganui schools
Tawhero School is one of the four Whanganui schools part of the pilot programme.
Leading principal expects more than half of Whanganui schools to lose unjabbed staff
"The short- and long-term implications for some schools are going to be dire."
Man has ute stolen just weeks after being viciously attacked
Just days after returning from facial surgery, Jaydon Linton's vehicle was stolen.
The 90% Project: Why being a transient town makes vaccination vital for Bulls
Rangitīkei mayor and health professionals are encouraged by locals' uptake.
Whanganui woman pushing for more Māori in primary sector
Anne-Marie Broughton is a new trustee on the Agri-Women's Development Trust board
Castaway: Lockdown leads to extended Pacific holiday
Nick O'Leary has spent the last 10 weeks cruising around Rarotonga to avoid Covid-19.
Anatoki's busy lockdown shifts 2000 tonnes through Whanganui
Coastal Bulk Shipping have delivered over two thousand tonnes of cargo in the last week.
Reality check: Testing ramps up as locations of interest in region identified
Additional testing facilities have been set up in Castlecliff, Raetihi and Taihape.
'Storm of a season' sees Mt Ruapehu skifields generously topped up
Up to 40cm of snow fell in parts of the resort.
The Gumboot Capital, Taihape demands attention in Rangitīkei
"After living there for 56 years, my whole life, it certainly isn't a ghost town."
One injured after car and truck collide near Feilding
The crash occurred just before 8.30pm on Tuesday evening.
Five years on: How a family airline saved the Whanganui to Auckland route
'It all happened quite quickly'
Gold! Whanganui's Kerri Gowler brings home NZ's first gold
In the base where the rowers learned their skills, supporters gathered to cheer them on.
The man behind the kapa haka movement in NZ prisons
Mark Pirikahu has spent the past four weeks judging kapa haka in prisons around NZ.
Queen's Birthday Honours: Family a source of pride for pillar of the community
'It is my family I am most proud of.'
Person seriously injured in Waitōtara motorcycle crash
The motorcycles were part of a larger group of about 20 bikes.
House fire in Taumarunui being treated as suspicious
Crews expect to be at the scene all morning as they try to contain the blaze.
Major traffic delays, power cut in Bulls after truck crashes into pole
Emergency services were alerted to the crash on Bridge St just before 10am today.
Motorcyclist hospitalised after central city crash
The crash occurred just after 9.15am on Friday morning.
Covid-19 coronavirus: Local operators see transtasman as path to recovery
Air Chathams has had its three biggest days of sales this week since pre-Covid-19.
Nine newborn puppies found dumped at Whanganui beach
The puppies were discovered at the North Mole on Tuesday morning.
'It looked like fireworks': Balloon strike sparks fire opposite petrol station
Power was also cut to nearby properties.
'The community didn't deserve this': Ex-student reveals abuse
A victim has revealed the extent of abuse at a Whanganui school in the 1950s and 60s.
Vehicle crashes into laundromat on busy roundabout
A staff member saw the car hit the laundry door and then the air bag inflating.
Three men charged after gunshots heard in Whanganui
Three men face a number of firearms-related charges.
The man who's tested Whanganui drivers 15,000 times now on drive to teach good habits
Terry Fowler hopes his driving school can improve the quality of drivers in Whanganui.