Possible overcrowding feared as bookings for Whanganui River canoe journey ramp up.
Farmers have been receptive to the idea of working together on water quality.
'They're targeting the very people they're supposed to be helping,' one farmer says.
Vonnie Cave was a renowned gardener, photographer, author and traveller.
Police have been told that vehicles are failing to stop for red lights in Glasgow St.
Young conservationists move across region monitoring and aiding native fish species.
He "failed miserably" at retirement and returned to work five times.
Consultation with businesses rounds off the first step toward a new Raetihi community hub.
Rhayne employs six to eight, and harvests and sells the leaves of native plants.
Those applying for it have to be "priority populations".
Frank Stark on a mission to contribute to idea of Gonville as a place in its own right.
The campaign comes ahead of new rules on intensive winter grazing next year.
Controlling old man's beard was a recurring theme as Horizons debated its long term plan.
Launch of booklet marks 181st anniversary of Treaty signing at Tawhirihoe.
Hardwood bench made in New Zealand 25-plus years ago washes up in Sydney.
It will be part of a Puanga celebration.
The farm is also in the process of changing ownership.
'He had a very strong work ethic and an amazing amount of integrity'
Hundreds watch extreme 4x4 vehicles tackle gruelling challenges on a Turakina farm.
Councillors say time for reflection is important before decision making
Transient Being was created in London.
Castlecliff medical centre will be attractive to investors, a real estate agent says.
The programme has been part of Whanganui's summer for 30 years
More funding for buses is on the way.
More action is needed to protect the fragile dune environment, Ruth Tidemann says.
A fault on the Transpower network has cut electricity to the central North Island.
There's talk about changing both the place and the manner of doing justice in Whanganui.
Staff and residents at Springvale Manor have all had their first Covid-19 vaccinations.
Getting food to market is made difficult or impossible by ageing rail overbridges.
The Whanganui Museum Botanical Group has now come out of recess with a new secretary.
Whanganui geology attracts students, fossil hunters. Dr Hamish Campbell explains why.
MPs consulted over government exemption needed to let in Indian students
Mayor Phil Nixon sees a bright future for South Taranaki.
About 35 register for a fundraising walk across Marangai/Fordell farms.
It includes the longest swing set in New Zealand
Agreements will be honoured despite a possible change of ownership, Tilt's manager says.
Dalvanius Prime and Poi E have set the Pātea Māori Club apart, members say.
About 250 operators are expected to apply for land use consent under the revised rules.
Ian Carter is Whanganui's new District Court Judge, succeeding Judge Philip Crayton.
Hopes are high for a better health system in the Waimarino.
Sharyn Underwood celebrates 50 years teaching dance with two shows this weekend.
Events and weather conspire to make for a lively Easter weekend in Whanganui.
Horizons to do more and different work, and get more rates to pay for it.
There's still a good life to be had in the smaller Waiouru camp, Patrick Hibbs says.
It's been a busy year at Bushy Park Tarapuruhi, with a better hihi breeding season.
The rise is needed to pay for the council's planned heavier workload.
Rob Bartley is fondly remembered for his devotion to family and the Whanganui community.
Waimarino Resource Recovery Centre now run by Ethical Waste