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Check out the progress of our Extreme Makeover...

Check out the progress of our Extreme Makeover recipient.
 

Eunice Newton remembers the wishing tree that grew...

Eunice Newton remembers the wishing tree that grew in the school grounds of Wanganui Girls' College in Liverpool St. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

A bold plan to start up a ferry service between...

A bold plan to start up a ferry service between Whanganui and Motueka could make make major savings in both time and money for those needing an inter-island link. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Despite rain and an early start due to daylight...

Despite rain and an early start due to daylight saving time, around 300 people turned out to support the Walk 2 D'Feet in Whanganui yesterday. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Help us celebrate our 160th birthday! We are...

Help us celebrate our 160th birthday! We are giving away yummy slices of chocolate cake and carrot cake to the public in celebration of the Wanganui Chronicle turning 160. Come in this afternoon if you're in town and grab a slice. You'll find us at 100 Guyton St, across the road from the council.
 

Salvation Army representatives hope to meet with...

Salvation Army representatives hope to meet with Whanganui District Council staff to discuss a proposed joint venture for pensioner housing. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Whanganui's mayoral candidates have swapped...

Whanganui's mayoral candidates have swapped political spiel for song in a locally produced version of Carpool Karaoke. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

A sewage pipe broken by a driller working for Opus...

A sewage pipe broken by a driller working for Opus and Powerco will take weeks to fix. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

A theatre prduction about Pike River has just won...

A theatre prduction about Pike River has just won a Whanganui High School the country's highest secondary school theatre award. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

One of these is not like the others ... We love...

One of these is not like the others ... We love this photo by Amanda Whitlock, of Ngamatapouri, of Steve the cat hanging out with his lamb friends.
 

Members of a large Whanganui family with gang...

Members of a large Whanganui family with gang connections had their first ever graduation on Thursday. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Whanganui's MV. Waimarie was hauled out of the...

Whanganui's MV. Waimarie was hauled out of the Whanganui River by two traction engines on a temporary slipway right next to the Dublin St Bridge. This is so her for its five-yearly marine survey can be done. By Bevan Conley.
 

FULL TIME in Te Kuiti and Steelform Wanganui have...

FULL TIME in Te Kuiti and Steelform Wanganui have won an arm wrestle with King County 22-10. One second half penalty by Dane Whale. Wanganui now the only unbeaten team in 2016 Heartland Championship.
 

HALFTIME in Te Kuiti and Steelform Wanganui lead...

HALFTIME in Te Kuiti and Steelform Wanganui lead King Country 20-0. Tries by Te Rangatira Waitokia, Lindsay Horrocks and Renato Tikoisolomone. Conversion by Steve Crosbie.
 

Janey Jensen and Terry Harris grew up with their...

Janey Jensen and Terry Harris grew up with their grandparents and wanted to remember their war effort at a Whanganui service on Thursday morning. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Check out the Wanganui Chronicle's Extreme...

Check out the Wanganui Chronicle's Extreme Makeover:
 

Mayoral forum Q&A...

Mayoral forum Q&A
 

Whanganui Mayoral Candidates forum...

Whanganui Mayoral Candidates forum
 

MAYORAL FORUM TONIGHT. If you would like to hear...

MAYORAL FORUM TONIGHT. If you would like to hear Whanganui's mayoral candidates speak, tonight is your chance. The Wanganui Chronicle is hosting a mayoral candidates' forum at the War Memorial Hall in Watt St. Doors open at 6pm, speakers start at 6.30pm, entry is free. If you can't make it along, we will be live streaming the event on our Facebook page from 6.30pm.
 

Whanganui educators Brenda Kidd and Nina Miller...

Whanganui educators Brenda Kidd and Nina Miller spoke to a meeting of 700 teaching union members at the Wanganui Racecourse Eulogy Lounge last week. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Work on the Rangiora St gateway to Castlecliff...

Work on the Rangiora St gateway to Castlecliff Beach will be the first physical sign of the suburb's rejuvenation. - Wanganui Chronicle