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Cemetery Circuit to return to city this Boxing Day
The event organisers are expecting a big turnout of both racers and punters for 2022
Jordan Cohen gets late call up to Commonwealth Games
Jordan Cohen has been playing hockey since he was in primary school.
Five people at Comm Games from Whanganui and surrounds
The locals taking part in the event are two boxers, a swimmer, a runner, and a judo coach.
'Massive human error' behind Whanganui Intermediate sending out private info
The school's principal said steps will be taken to ensure similar leaks never happen again
Covid-19 measures reduces staff strain at hospital
Whanganui Hospital recorded 20 people with Covid-19 in their wards this Monday.
Turakina farmers reap rewards of five generations' toil
The farm owners have worked to increase the biodiversity of the land since 1936
Hospital with the most Covid-19 patients it has had since start of pandemic
"The hospital is coping, but things are tight."
'We've got plans A, B, C, D, and E': Prepped for another Covid-19 wave
A Whanganui health expert said to follow Ministry of Health advice to avoid infection.
Bronzed honour for legendary racehorse nearing completion
The head of the statue committee says it will be completed by July at the earliest
Rebrand marks start of a new era for Air Whanganui
The rebrand comes as the company plans to build a new hangar.
'Glass just flew everywhere': Car crashes through restaurant
An eyewitness said he saw the car mount the kerb, hit a pole and the building.
Anzac Pde residents confident in flood preparations
Longtime residents on Anzac Pde said the past week's rainfall was relatively minor.
One in hospital after National Park vehicle incident
Police said the incident took place at 11.15am on Wednesday.
Police looking into bullet-like holes found on sailing club
Police said they were in the early stages of their inquiry into how damage was caused.
Ukrainian woman based in NZ looks to support family
Liudmyla But opened her store to support her family members in the city of Kharkiv
Whanganui flooding: Rowing club says worst in three years
The club secretary hopes to begin cleaning up the grounds this Sunday.
Platinum Jubilee brings back memories of royal visit
The Queen and Prince Philip rode in an open-top car down Victoria Ave to Cooks Gardens.
Child lucky to escape injury when horse chased by drone
RDA's horse manager said the drone has been flying onto their grounds for two months.
Campaign to get defibrillators at every rugby club
The Marist club president said the defibrillator gave peace of mind
Kauarapaoa road remains closed, weekend opening expected
The council also advised motorists travelling on rural roads to drive with caution.
Business for good: Expo wants to show Whanganui as a social enterprise leader
Common Good Coffee's Paul Fletcher will be one of may speakers taking part in the expo
Critically injured person airlifted to hospital after Hunterville crash
Two others received moderate and minor injuries.