Carmel Hurdle and her friends are passionate about helping a community in Rwanda.
The staff have received support to learn new skills and find other employment.
Fleur Wickes also has a new collection and a book inspired by the Covid-19 lockdown.
The group plans to search some properties in Peakes Rd on Saturday morning.
It is part of the Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry.
Beaver Tree Services' latest venture aims to help young people.
The inaugural music festival will be held in Whanganui in February 2021.
Victoria Handley now plans to focus on her Milk It, Baby business.
But post-Covid will the size of development be the same as signalled last year.
Organisers are fielding many questions about when the market will start operating again.
Applications are now invited for Thrive Whanganui's 2020 mentoring programme.
New Zealand Glassworks' first residency programme will be in July this year.
Victoria Rhodes likes to create bouquets with a difference.
Laura Fergusson Rehabilitation says it's in discussions with other potential providers.
The "serious victimisation" numbers, which don't include homicides, are up 6 per cent.
Maria Lane will focus on authentic Mexican street food "with soul".
Roots Brewing Co. is doing its bit to put down new roots in the earth
The average property value in Whanganui is continuing to increase.
Tania King is appointed chief operating officer at Whanganui-based flight school NZICPA
A pale pink coffee machine makes a statement at Little C in Maria Pl.
Tracy Hawker is selling products she loves in her latest Whanganui business venture
Whanganui's growing population is putting pressure on the district's roads
The Whanganui District Council has permanently closed the Aramoho Rail Bridge underpass.
MiNZ is reopening in Victoria Ave.
There's a swing back to wool carpets as people move away from synthetic products.
Mitch Bakker has completed an intensive course in managing asbestos.
The Belgian government has paid further tribute to Eleanora Wotton's war effort.
Todd Cowan started Waverley-based business as a sole operator. Now it has a team of 14.
Wine expert George Paul Truby says wine is a food, not a drug, and should be respected.
Retailer Postie will open its doors in Whanganui in late September.
The third Small Talks event will be held in Whanganui on Wednesday, August 14.