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Missing women in Central North Island Police are...

Missing women in Central North Island Police are seeking any information on the whereabouts of Carolyn and Rachel LLoyd, aged 45 and 22 respectively. The mother and daughter were due to check out of their Palmerston North Motel on 27th April. They were also expected to return their rental vehicle at 11 am this morning. Carolyn is visiting from the US to see her daughter who is a student...
 
People are wrong in @LoveThisPaper! I may have written another letter.
 

HORIZONS Regional Council has been asked to...

HORIZONS Regional Council has been asked to consult Whanganui people on whether to raise the height of the Anzac Pde stopbanks. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

A games village in the CBD and an opening ceremony...

A games village in the CBD and an opening ceremony at Cooks Gardens is part of a major overhaul of Masters Games announced yesterday. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

We would like to talk to people who have had their...

We would like to talk to people who have had their benefits cut because of a failed drug test. You can speak ANONYMOUSLY to one of our reporters. Please call or text 027-6363368.
 

A ratepayer says he will not be paying the $939.50...

A ratepayer says he will not be paying the $939.50 Rangitikei District Council has charged him for clearing his overgrown lawn. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Kristen Hamling loves to speak. And taking the...

Kristen Hamling loves to speak. And taking the time to learn to do it well has paid off with the Whanganui woman heading off to the National Toastmasters Championship next month. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

CAR thefts in Whanganui have increased 25 per cent...

CAR thefts in Whanganui have increased 25 per cent in the past four years - and police are solving a lower percentage of them. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

There are some choices Whanganui needs to make...

There are some choices Whanganui needs to make about how it will use its digital infrastructure to create prosperity. Intelligent Community Forum co-founder John Jung has been in Whanganui - Wanganui Chronicle
 

The numbers may have been down on last year but...

The numbers may have been down on last year but there were still several thousand who turned out for yesterday's Anzac Day dawn service. - Wanganui Chronicle
 
And I know @lovethispaper can print macrons; I’ve smuggled them into it in the past. At least they italicise my Latin names now.
 
If you repeatedly check a Māori dictionary to get your macrons right, it’s annoying when @LoveThisPaper strips all 19 of them out.
 

An elderly woman pulled unconscious from a burning...

An elderly woman pulled unconscious from a burning house last night is in a critical condition. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Armed police are attending an incident on Gibbons...

Armed police are attending an incident on Gibbons Cres in Whanganui this morning. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Fast hands and an ability to concentrate is taking...

Fast hands and an ability to concentrate is taking one Turakina teenager around the world. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Motorists may expect some delays when travelling...

Motorists may expect some delays when travelling through the intersection of St Hill Street and Ingestre Street after contractors accidentally cut through traffic loops. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

A 5m giant weta will journey from Auckland to...

A 5m giant weta will journey from Auckland to Nevada and back before possibly settling in Rangitikei. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

A group of pole dancing students from Whanganui...

A group of pole dancing students from Whanganui were freaking out on Saturday as they waited their turn to perform in their first pole competition. - Wanganui Chronicle
 
Large Muay Thai line-up getting ready to Rumble - New Zealand Herald via @lovethispaper https://t.co/8igUKcv45C
 

The ball is rolling in a major stormwater project...

The ball is rolling in a major stormwater project in Whanganui aimed at overcoming persistent flooding through residential and commercial properties in Castlecliff. - Wanganui Chronicle