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    Covid continues to grab the headlines, but so does central government’s Three Waters reform proposal.

  • OPINION City’s water supply a job well done

    When it comes to city infrastructure, whether it’s above or below ground, most people are either not really interested or somehow instant experts.

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    Spring is in the air and summer is just around the corner, so what are your plans?

  • JUDITH’S JOTTINGS Alfred St a microcosm of our city

    Dear Alfred, I’m in love with you.

  • What’s the lifetime value of your staff?

    There are many costs in business. They range from unavoidable to unnecessary. When it comes to the cost of sales, for example, costs include salaries, travel expenses, samples and merchandising.


    Centre blessedAfter nine months of construction, the new Bunnythorpe Community Centre was blessed last week with representatives of the community, contractors and Palmerston North City Council present. Residents in the village have been pushing for a meeting place since its old hall was pulled down in 2008 when the village was under the Manawatū District Council boundary. Bunnythorpe became part of Palmerston North in 2012 and in 2018 discussions between the community and council restarted about constructing a community centre in the village. The centre has a 168sq m meeting room, a kitchen, changing rooms and bathrooms. It has been designed in a way that it could be expanded later.


    The November 20, 1991 Guardian included a four-page advertising feature marking The Warehouse opening at 89 The Square, next to PDC Plaza.

  • Economic agency names its new chief executive

    Dr Jerry Shearman is the new chief executive of the Central Economic Development Agency (CEDA).

  • Ready for campers

    Tōtara Reserve, Manawatū‘s only regional park, is open for the camping season.

  • Lockdown makes treatment harder

    Even though Auckland’s lockdown is hundreds of kilometres away, it has a huge impact on Feilding’s Keri and Jason Lee. The couple’s 2-year-old son Jaxon was diagnosed with eye cancer when he was born.

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