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  1. Twin engine plane in emergency landingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Stuff.co.nz

    The plane had been diverted to land at Palmerston North Airport around 12.15pm, however it was diverted away to Paraparaumu Airport.

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  2. Man admits responsibility in shooting death of Tyrone GideonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Manawatu Standard

    A 21-year-old man pleaded guilty in the High Court in Palmerston North on Tuesday to Gideon's manslaughter and unlawfully possessing a sawn-off double-barrel shotgun. The manslaughter charge was laid on the basis that the man dealt with a firearm in a way that was likely to cause danger to Gideon.

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  3. 'Smart rugby brain' guides IrishRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | The New Zealand Herald

    As the dissection of World Cup squads looms closer and teams play their last games before the tournament, it's worth noting Ireland's production. Since Joe Schmidt took over in 2013, they have moved from a global ranking of ninth to second on the World Rugby listings.

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  4. Palmerston North schoolgirls' Nepal fundraiserRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Manawatu Standard

    Nepal fundraiser: Dipansy Patel , Emma Roygard, Allana Gore, Madeleine Davey and Jiya Bothra, a team of Carncot School year 5 students who raised $1,000 for Nepal earthquake victims. A 9-year-old Palmerston North schoolgirl and her team have raised more than $1000 to help earthquake victims in Nepal.

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  5. Two single-car crashes keep emergency services busyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Manawatu Standard

    Both crashes occured at about 7.10am, one in Ashhurst and another on the Rangitkei and Flyger's Line intersection, just north of Palmerston North

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  6. Portraiture art brings out beautyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Marlborough Express

    Artist Emma Panting says portraits raise viewers' natural curiosity, triggering a need to identify something familiar about the person in the picture. Portraiture art allows a painter to bring out the beauty of her subjects - bones, warts and all, says Motupiko artist Emma Panting.

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  7. Massey underdogs for Manawatu premier netball final against Manukura BlackRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Manawatu Standard

    Massey defenders Vicki Miller, right and Kate Milne will be key players when they face Manukura Black in the club final at the B&M Centre on Tuesday night. Massey are looking to snap their 24-year title drought when they take on defending champions Manukura Black in the premier club netball final at the B&M Centre on Tuesday night.

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  8. Soft snow experience not just for hard menRead the original story

    Monday Aug 24 | The Otago Daily Times

    In a week when the best of the world's skiers and snowboarders are bringing a blizzard of ''big air'' spectacles to southern skifields during the Winter Games, Wanaka bureau chief Mark Price slipped off quietly for what is known in some quarters as a ''soft snow'' experience. You do not need an instructor.

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  9. MP, union delegates take expertise overseasRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Manawatu Standard

    At the Human Rights Committee of the Brazilian Senate, member of European Parliament Jutta Steinruck , MP Iain Lees-Galloway and UK Labour MP Dawn Butler. New Zealand fast food workers have strong union advocacy but their wages are still considered middle of the road on an international scale.

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  10. New wheels and a new lease on life for Palmerston North girlRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Manawatu Standard

    Deanna Rogers, who has cerebral palsy, has had her independance granted. Helped by the Halberg Trust, she now has a tricycle which means she no longer has to rely so heavily on others to get around.

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  11. Halcombe a hive of activity for Manawatu-Wanganui road championshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Manawatu Standard

    Halcombe was a hive of activity as athletes from Athletics Manawatu-Wanganui gathered to compete in the road championships last Saturday. Starting beside the tennis courts, the venue proved ideal, with the nearby playground proving popular to entertain the younger children after their races while they waited for the longer races to finish.

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  12. Woman who allowed husband to have sex with daughter sentencedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | Manawatu Standard

    The woman was sentenced in the Palmerston North District Court on Monday to two years' intensive supervision and six months' community detention for her role in years of sexual abuse against her daughter. The charges include aiding and abetting someone to have sexual connection with a dependant family member, and sexual connection with a young person.

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  13. When inanimate objects attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | Stuff.co.nz

    Watch as part of an art installation breaks loose in wet weather, hitting parked cars on a street in Ohio, USA. With the wind behind it, the 113kg ball had smashed into parked cars before people caught up to it and managed to stop it.

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  14. Regan Cording pushes for interprovincial spot after Wanganui Open winRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | Manawatu Standard

    Palmerston North's Regan Cording sank a birdie putt on the first playoff hole to win the Wanganui Open at Belmont on Sunday. Cording and Marton's Lachie McDonald had to go down the 15th after both finished with four-over-par totals of 144.

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  15. Code of conduct still protects staff from councillors' public attacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | Manawatu Standard

    After six attempts and 22 months in office, the Palmerston North City Council finally has a code of conduct councillors are prepared to live by. Most of the impetus for change came from councillor Chris Teo-Sherrell, who most recently fell foul of the code's provisions.

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  16. Call for Applications for Disaster Relief TrustRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 23 | Scoop

    The Manawatu-Whanganui Disaster Relief Trust is urging people needing help after the June Storm to get their funding applications in to their local councils. "We're aware that many who suffered damage in the storm may not have had the time to seek financial assistance due to their personal circumstances.

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  17. Waikato women make big opening statement in WPCRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | Waikato Times

    A much changed Waikato women's rugby team have opened the 2015 Women's Provincial Championship with a 39-5 victory over Otago and will now play their second match in a televised curtain-raiser in Tauranga this Sunday. Their competition opener was played at Fred Jones Park, Hamilton, on Saturday and saw the new-look home side run in seven tries to Otago's one, both midfield star Stacey Waaka and schoolgirl debutant winger Makaia Riki-Te Kanawa picking up doubles.

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  18. Variety motivates top apprenticeRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 23 | Scoop

    Building apprentice Matt Booth has been named the Central North Island Registered Master Builders Carters 2015 Apprentice of the Year. Judges said Matt has passion to learn and all the attributes of a high quality tradesman, with a bright future within the construction industry.

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  19. Solid investment returns strengthen community trustRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 23 | Scoop

    Strong investment returns have provided a $14.4 million net profit for the Eastern and Central Community Trust in the financial year ending March 2015 compared to $2.6 million the previous year. A total of $5.2 million has been distributed to hundreds of community groups throughout its coverage zone of Gisborne, Hawke's Bay, Tararua, Manawatu, Wairarapa and Horowhenua, up from $4.6 million on 2014 results.

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  20. Forestry-related manslaughter trial begins in Palmerston NorthRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    Paul Robert Burr, 47, cut down the tree that fell on Lincoln Kidd on a forestry block between Levin and Foxton on December 19, 2013. It is alleged Burr did not take reasonable steps to avoid danger to people while using a harvesting machine, and also did not observe a legal duty.

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