Whanganui Chronicle

Publisher:
Sage Publications, Inc.

Latest documents

  • Morgues ‘not ready’ for Covid deaths

    Refrigerated containers are being hired, bought, and scoped out to store Covid-19 bodies across the country.

  • QUIZ

    ●In what city was the first underground passenger railway network built in 1893?

  • Ideal replacement was waiting in the wings

    The Cheep Shop on Whanganui’s Taupō Quay will reopen after a person has been found to replace longtime manager Ella Grant.

  • Ancient slave room sheds light on Roman life

    Archaeologists at Pompeii have unearthed 2,000-year-old extendable beds likened to Ikea furniture for the ancient world.

  • Hughes rolls his sleeves up again

    It was a hot afternoon when forwards had to lead the way, and just as he has for his 49 first-class games before that, Steelform Whanganui flanker Jamie Hughes was the man for the moment.

  • Just two weeks to kill

    PICK OF THE WEEK

  • Hiding in the haka

    Rather than be overly critical of an underwhelming and at times ugly 47-9 victory against Italy, All Blacks coach Ian Foster opted to frame the disjointed display as a steep learning curve for the inexperienced members of his wider squad.

  • Ko out to defend her four-shot lead

    A course-record equalling 63 from Lydia Ko had the Kiwi in firm control heading into the final day of the US$1million Aramco Saudi Ladies International.

  • 2021 will be the year that just wasn’t ours

    World shares have rallied more than 15 per cent so far in 2021, led by the US and Europe, which are both up more than 20 per cent each. The UK and Australia aren’t far behind, both having registered double-digit gains.

  • Confident or competent: Know your workplace animal

    Following the over-confident into battle has been a leading course of death for thousands of years and is generally best left to others. It’s important to develop a realistic view of your colleagues based not just on how good they are but also on how good they think they are.

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  • WHANGANUI RACES

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  • 5 BIG IDEAS

    The cold, hard fact about housing is that neither Labour nor National wants prices to fall....

  • Start delving into why relationship property disputes go on for so long, leaving parties emotionally and financially crippled, and it’s not long before the famous Clayton versus Clayton trust-busting case crops up....

  • HOME RUN

    THERE IS HOPE for first-home buyers in Whanganui....

  • Nurse fears viciousness of Covid still to strike

    Every night after another gruelling shift at the frontline of caring for Covid patients Joyce Pereira takes off her protective gear and says a little prayer....

  • WELCOME HOME Kaitiakitanga Housing Community has room for groups to gather

    Suddenly there was sunshine. Gleaming on the new walls and windows and the lush wet grass....

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