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Whanganui District Council's youth committee will...

Whanganui District Council's youth committee will be restricted in the number of projects and initiatives it can do if its funding is almost halved as proposed in council's draft annual - Wanganui Chronicle
 

A Whanganui accounting firm has found a way to...

A Whanganui accounting firm has found a way to keep young talent in town. - Wanganui Chronicle A Whanganui accounting firm has found a way to keep young talent in town. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Mary and Dean Wyley were surprised when they were...

Mary and Dean Wyley were surprised when they were told they would need a building consent to replace a door on their commercial premises. - Wanganui Chronicle Mary and Dean Wyley were surprised when they were told they would need a building consent to replace a door on their commercial premises. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Hundreds marched at Whanganui's Anzac Day dawn...

Hundreds marched at Whanganui's Anzac Day dawn parade yesterday, proudly displaying their medals, various insignia and, of course, red poppies. - Wanganui Chronicle Hundreds marched at Whanganui's Anzac Day dawn parade yesterday, proudly displaying their medals, various insignia and, of course, red poppies. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Looking after 40 students at one time is a big ask...

Looking after 40 students at one time is a big ask for any teacher, but tutor Kerran Bartley could happily take on more. - Wanganui Chronicle Looking after 40 students at one time is a big ask for any teacher, but tutor Kerran Bartley could happily take on more. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

It was a surreal feeling for Whanganui's Hamish...

It was a surreal feeling for Whanganui's Hamish Auret and co-driver Paul Barnes to see their names at the bottom of the scoresheet while still collecting the season trophy at the Porter - Wanganui Chronicle It was a surreal feeling for Whanganui's Hamish Auret and co-driver Paul Barnes to see their names at the bottom of the scoresheet while still collecting the season trophy at the Porter - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Herewini Whakarua was not alone this year. -...

Herewini Whakarua was not alone this year. - Wanganui Chronicle Herewini Whakarua was not alone this year. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Rob Webb has lived a life of service. - Wanganui...

Rob Webb has lived a life of service. - Wanganui Chronicle Rob Webb has lived a life of service. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Whanganui motorcyclists rode in honour of Anzacs...

Whanganui motorcyclists rode in honour of Anzacs on Tuesday - around 50 riders on bikes ranging from sports bikes and tourers to cruisers. - Wanganui Chronicle Whanganui motorcyclists rode in honour of Anzacs on Tuesday - around 50 riders on bikes ranging from sports bikes and tourers to cruisers. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

About 3000 poppies tied with a small twig of...

About 3000 poppies tied with a small twig of rosemary, for remembrance, were placed beside war graves at Whanganui's Aramoho Services Cemetery yesterday. - Wanganui Chronicle About 3000 poppies tied with a small twig of rosemary, for remembrance, were placed beside war graves at Whanganui's Aramoho Services Cemetery yesterday. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

A Whanganui resident temporarily living in Japan...

A Whanganui resident temporarily living in Japan says the country is gearing up for possible missile attacks amidst rising tensions over North Korea. - Wanganui Chronicle A Whanganui resident temporarily living in Japan says the country is gearing up for possible missile attacks amidst rising tensions over North Korea. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Anzac Day will bring a few memories tumbling back...

Anzac Day will bring a few memories tumbling back for 91-year-old Whanganui man Ed Anderson, who served with the New Zealand navy in World War II. - Wanganui Chronicle Anzac Day will bring a few memories tumbling back for 91-year-old Whanganui man Ed Anderson, who served with the New Zealand navy in World War II. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

New Zealand's blackest day was recalled at...

New Zealand's blackest day was recalled at Whanganui's dawn service this morning. - Wanganui Chronicle New Zealand's blackest day was recalled at Whanganui's dawn service this morning. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Dawn service in a very foggy Whanganui. Photos...

Dawn service in a very foggy Whanganui. Photos Bevan Conley Dawn service in a very foggy Whanganui. Photos Bevan Conley
 

Hitler couldn't do it, and now red tape is taking...

Hitler couldn't do it, and now red tape is taking its best shot. - Wanganui Chronicle Hitler couldn't do it, and now red tape is taking its best shot. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Dawn Service...

Dawn Service Dawn Service
 

Whanganui school principals are cautiously...

Whanganui school principals are cautiously optimistic about government plans to change the decile system. - Wanganui Chronicle Whanganui school principals are cautiously optimistic about government plans to change the decile system. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Police have just advised the Manawatu Gorge is...

Police have just advised the Manawatu Gorge is closed due to a slip with both lanes blocked. The gorge is likely to remain closed overnight. Alternative routes are available via the Saddle Road and the Pahiatua Track. Police have just advised the Manawatu Gorge is closed due to a slip with both lanes blocked. The gorge is likely to remain closed overnight. Alternative routes are available via the Saddle Road and the Pahiatua Track.
 

Freedom camping - Wanganui Chronicle...

Freedom camping - Wanganui Chronicle Freedom camping - Wanganui Chronicle
 

At 50 years old Tony Cooke's Land Rover is making...

At 50 years old Tony Cooke's Land Rover is making a return visit to the place of its first owners - the sisters at the Jerusalem convent on the Whanganui River. - Wanganui Chronicle At 50 years old Tony Cooke's Land Rover is making a return visit to the place of its first owners - the sisters at the Jerusalem convent on the Whanganui River. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Marist moved into third on the Wanganui Premier...

Marist moved into third on the Wanganui Premier Tasman Tanning rugby premiership table after and error-ridden 54-26 win over a young, but brave Ratana at Spriggens Park on Saturday - Wanganui Chronicle Marist moved into third on the Wanganui Premier Tasman Tanning rugby premiership table after and error-ridden 54-26 win over a young, but brave Ratana at Spriggens Park on Saturday - Wanganui Chronicle