Sue Dudman is assistant news director for the Whanganui Chronicle
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Council seeks solution for obsolete parking meters
Whanganui's parking meters are "past their use-by date", Councillor Helen Craig says.
Best of 2019: Whanganui: Where buying is cheaper than renting
The average property value in Whanganui is continuing to increase.
World champs to be valuable experience for climber
Whanganui's Rachel Māia's next challenge is world paraclimbing championships in France.
Horror crash: 'It's really hard when kids are involved'
The Waverley community is still reeling one year on from the horror crash that killed 7.
Kiwi teen's 'growing pains' actually rare disorder
Whanganui teenager Jaz Dangen-Forster has been diagnosed with a rare medical disorder.
Lucky escape for properties when street tree blows down
Lewis Ave properties were unscathed when a large street tree was blown down by high wind.
Whanganui mayor helps sell our region at home show
Whanganui wows Auckklanders -- and, yes, that is our mayor fronting the show
'Don't go there' - the hospital junior doctors don't want to work for
Whanganui Hospital has huge challenge to improve its ranking by junior doctors.
'$97,000 vehicle will ultimately benefit ratepayers'
Chairman defends the most expensive council-purchased vehicle of anyone in NZ local govt.
Here we go again - Whanganui looks to rebrand itself
A project is under way to develop Whanganui's "regional brand story".
Designer dogs await their fate for killing chickens
The owner of two retrodoodle dogs that killed pet chickens will be prosecuted.