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AIR NEW ZEALAND is stopping its Whanganui service. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Emergency works - Victoria Avenue/Dublin Street...

Emergency works - Victoria Avenue/Dublin Street intersection Emergency works on the Victoria Avenue and Dublin Street intersection will begin after 9am tomorrow. Whanganui District Council says this is due to a collapsed sewer pipe, which has caused a tomo (sinkhole) on Dublin Street. The work is likely to take several weeks. A 30km speed limit will be in place around the works except for traffic travelling toward the intersection from the north end of Dublin Street, which will be...
 
Whanganui District councillor Philippa Baker-Hogan wants some action on the issue of social housing. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

The rejuvenation of Whanganui's beach suburb is...

The rejuvenation of Whanganui's beach suburb is about to kick off. Castlecliff Rejuvenation Project's master plan was presented to the community at Castlecliff School on Thursday night - Wanganui Chronicle
 
Jane Beamsley will have her roast chicken in June without its staple ingredient - tomato sauce. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Whanganui District Council and Horizons Regional...

Whanganui District Council and Horizons Regional Council staff are on standby ahead of predicted bad weather this weekend. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

One lucky Whanganui resident has a winning Lotto...

One lucky Whanganui resident has a winning Lotto ticket sitting in their glovebox, drawer or wallet. - Wanganui Chronicle
 
In episode three of She's Got Game, Rebecca Scown talks about attempting what has never been done by a Kiwi rower before - winning two medals in two boats at one Olympics. - New Zealand Herald
 

VOTE FOR PETE! The FMG Young Farmer of the Year...

VOTE FOR PETE! The FMG Young Farmer of the Year contest has a People’s Choice Award this year. And local candidate Pete Fitz-Herbert needs your vote. Pete is a sheep and beef farmer from Hunterville. He said the idea of the popular vote was to engage people as widely as possible and spread the word on the contest. β€œIt’s a bit of a chance to promote both agriculture and ourselves.” To vote for Pete, go to fmg.co.nz/peopleschoice The final is in Timaru on July 9.
 
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The time for talking about Whanganui's heritage is over - the district council now needs to come up with a clear strategy. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

A former Whanganui woman is preparing for the...

A former Whanganui woman is preparing for the biggest night of her life. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Two Whanganui police officers will head to...

Two Whanganui police officers will head to Australia in October to play football for the New Zealand Police. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Whanganui High School needs more Maori...

Whanganui High School needs more Maori representation on its board of trustees as it addresses issues around Maori students. - Wanganui Chronicle
 
The Labour Party's economic development spokesman says the party's Future of Work project has particular relevance for Whanganui simply because it provides specific support where it's - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Round the Bridges fun run...

Round the Bridges fun run
 
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