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Palmerston North, New Zealand Newswire (Page 8)

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  1. Newlywed's home ransacked by burglarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Manawatu Standard

    Robert and Tracey Ferguson with an image of some of the jewellery taken when their home was ransacked by burglars on Monday Tracey and Robert Ferguson's home on Ferguson St, Palmerston North, was burgled some time between 8am and 10.30am on Monday. "I came back and I entered through the door and the first thing I saw was clothes on the floor.

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  2. Power restored to 2000 homes in Palmerston NorthRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Manawatu Standard

    Powerco acting network operations Manager Dean Stevenson said the outage occurred at approximately 6.20pm and supply to all affected customers was restored less than half an hour later.

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  3. Kiwi boxer Joseph Parker to face German veteran Yakup Saglam in next boutRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Manawatu Standard

    Yakup Saglam has been named to fight Kiwi heavyweight Joseph Parker in Palmerston North next month. He is shown here losing by TKO to Odlanier Solis in 2013.

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  4. New Manawatu editor hopes to tap into the heart of the communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Manawatu Standard

    Tuesday will be my first official day as editor of the Manawatu region, and to be honest it's difficult to put into words just how much the role means to me. A born and bred Palmerston North boy, I have lived here for most of my life, barring a rogue year spent studying journalism in Wellington.

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  5. Police release images of witnesses in Manawatu sex attack caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Manawatu Standard

    Police are seeking these two men, who are believed to have spoken to a woman after she was sexually assaulted on George St on March 14. Police have found two men believed to have spoken with a teen after she was allegedly sexually attacked in the central city. Images of two men were release to the public on Tuesday of two men believed to have spoken to an 18-year-old woman after an alleged sexual violation on March 14. The woman left an inner-city bar about 2am after she was befriended by a man.

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  6. Still hard for family one year after Erica Hume's death in Palmerston North HospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Manawatu Standard

    It's been one year since Erica Hume died in the mental health ward in Palmerston North Hospital, and her mum still cries every day. Owen Hume carries a picture of daughter Erica Hume as he and wife Carey, in background, collect Erica's posthumous degree from Massey University.

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  7. Man dies after shooting in Palmerston NorthRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Manawatu Standard

    Police Detective Senior Sergeant Craig Sheridan said police were called to a home in Bradford Place, Awapuni, after a shooting around 7pm on Tuesday night. "Police recovered a fire arm at the scene and initial information is that there was only one fire arm," Sheridan said.

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  8. Relationships Aotearoa concludes meeting with MinisterRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | Scoop

    Is it a property tax on capital gains or a capital gains tax on property? The Jesuitical distinctions in the government's spin about its latest moves on property speculators are all about whether the government can claim that it jumped, or confess that it ... More>> John Key must show New Zealanders in next week's Budget that he is more than the Prime Minister for Parnell, and is also the Prime Minister for Pine Hill, Putararu and Palmerston North, Labour's Finance spokesperson Grant Robertson says. In a ... More>> News that 194 Corrections staff are to lose their jobs will have ramifications not only for them and their families but for the wider community, Labour's Corrections spokesperson Kelvin Davis says.

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  9. Paying it forward with the Red CrossRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Manawatu Standard

    Red Cross case worker and cross-cultural worker Antoinette Umugwaneza will speak at the city library life as a refugee in Palmerston North. A former refugee and Red Cross employee will share her experiences as part of a series of talks at Palmerston North City Library.

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  10. Steel deny Central Pulse in 55-55 netball draws againRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | ABC News

    Southern Steel has denied Central Pulse a trans-Tasman netball league win for the second time in two weeks, stealing a last-gasp 55-55 draw in Palmerston North. A fortnight after they pipped the Pulse 50-49 in Dunedin, the Steel forced a draw from a game at Arena Manawatu that the Pulse should have won.

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  11. Whibley Races Away with Cross-Country TitleRead the original story

    Monday May 18 | Scoop

    MAY 18, 2015: Pahiatua's Paul Whibley made it look easier than it was as he raced to title victory at the New Zealand Cross-country Championships at the weekend. The 36-year-old former Manawatu forestry worker, affectionately dubbed "The Axeman" on the motorcycling scene, led from the start of the fourth and final round of the nationals at Waitawhiti Station, about 40 kilometres east of Pahiatua on Sunday, to wrap up the senior crown for 2015.

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  12. Central Pulse need to look past umpire Jono Bredin ahead of crucial clash with MagicRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Stuff.co.nz

    Needing to beat the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic in Hamilton next Monday to retain a chance of qualifying for the trans-Tasman netball league playoffs, the Pulse will feel their prospects are already diminished because Bredin's been appointed. Relations between Bredin and Pulse captain Katrina Grant are strained and on Monday she was still talking about never wanting to play again.

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  13. Petrol prices cut another 3c a litreRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Stuff.co.nz

    Z said it was able to cut national prices twice because of the end of heavy discounting in some areas around New Zealand. Petrol prices are down another 3 cents a litre, the second cut in a week, as a payback to drivers who had been missing out on big discounts in some regions.

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  14. Dad-to-be dies after attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | The New Zealand Herald

    A New Zealander with a child on the way has died after what his family say was an unprovoked attack outside a bar in a small Western Australian town. Jed Beaumont, 33, was in a coma for almost a month in Royal Perth Hospital before his death on Monday last week.

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  15. Linton to City shared pathway one step closerRead the original story

    Monday May 18 | Scoop

    The planned Linton to City shared path is one step closer to reality with the joint signing of a Letter of Intent between parties last week at Linton Army Camp. Present to record their intention to collaborate on the project were Mayor Grant Smith, Colonel Nick Gillard Commander 1st Brigade, Steve Maharey, Vice Chancellor, Massey University, Paul Rieger, Deputy Chairman from Horizons Regional Council and Rangitane representative Wiremu Te Awe Awe.

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  16. Good sports: England-based Johnny Leota still in Samoa's sightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Manawatu Standard

    Manawatu's Johnny Leota, right, fends off Waikato's Jackson Willison in the Air New Zealand Cup rugby match at FMG Stadium, Palmertson North, New Zealand, Thursday, August 14, 2008. Credit:NZPA / Ross Setford Now 31 and playing his rugby for the Sale Sharks in England, the midfield back has been selected in a Samoan squad of 58 which will be cut down to play the All Blacks and the Pacific Nations Cup in July and August.

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  17. Parking in Palmerston North trips up city councillorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Manawatu Standard

    Palmerston North's parking regime is making only a small profit and the city council has been tripped up by its own rules during trials of cheaper meter charges. Among them were a clutch of trials of lower fees that have never been made formal and are technically in breach of the traffic and parking bylaw.

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  18. 'Wasteland' space tidied for dogs to playRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Manawatu Standard

    Part of a wilderness area between Paneiri Park and the Manawatu Riverside shared pathway is being cleared to make it safer for dog walkers to use. Palmerston North City council leisure assets planner Jeff Baker said the area was part of what was known as the old Allied Concrete site that was now owned by the council.

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  19. New MidCentral chief Kathryn Cook wants to build a 'hospital of the future'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Manawatu Standard

    MidCentral District Health Board's new chief executive Kathryn Cook has big plans in sight for the future of Palmerston North Hospital. Building a hospital of the future that the community can be proud of is the priority for new MidCentral District Health Board boss Kathryn Cook.

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  20. Lighting expert from Dubai lights up Palmerston North and lends a handRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Manawatu Standard

    Neil Wallace is creative director for the fledgling community group Passionart which recently emerged from a humble back room at Queen Elizabeth College, having started in an even smaller space at Longburn School. They met over a modest placemaking exercise in Broadway, and now they could have discovered the recipe for a new kind of business-community synergy.

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