Te Awahou Nieuwe Stroom won the sole award for public architecture at the New Zealand Institute of Architects Western Architecture Awards on Friday night.
The event takes place from 8-14 April 2019 and will incorporate an arena spectacular telling real stories about the homecoming of the NZDF in 1919.
A ceremony has been held to officially mark the start of construction of He Ara Kotahi, a new 7.6km shared path for cyclists and pedestrians through Palmerston North and over the Manawatu River.
New Plymouth District (NPD) Mayor Neil Holdom has welcomed Government moves to find a solution to the nationwide freedom camping problems.
Mayor of New Plymouth District calls for stronger freedom camping rules to protect the access of locals.
Foxton’s much anticipated tourism and community services centre, Te Awahou Nieuwe Stroom, is set to open its doors on Saturday 18 November 2017.
Whanganui District Council has thrown its weight behind a proposed $34.9m re-development of the historic Sarjeant Gallery to help secure $16m of government funding.
Colliers International has been exclusively appointed to sell the 72-room, 4.5 star Hotel Coachman, arguably Palmerston North’s most popular hotel and event facility.
Keep New Zealand Beautiful are thrilled to announce the winners of the 2017 Beautiful Awards.
Applications are now open for the new Major Events Fund, helping event organisers to build iconic events right here in Manawatu.
Kāpiti and Porirua Chambers of Commerce have begun engaging with Air New Zealand to promote flights from Paraparaumu to Auckland, to drive demand for the local air service.
The NZ Transport Agency has released a long list of options for a long term resilient solution for the Manawatū Gorge route.
Tourism businesses are among those that could benefit from access to support, advice and resources from a new website that aims to help businesses in the Horizons region grow and flourish.
Tararua’s Pukaha Mount Bruce National Wildlife Centre has appointed Emily Court its new general manager.
Pukaha Mount Bruce is celebrating the beginning of this year’s breeding season with the hatching of 6 pāteke (brown teal) ducklings.
Air New Zealand has congratulated Kāpiti on its growing momentum and says the airline is committed to working with stakeholders to grow tourism in the region.
Several conferences with a combined value at almost $1m have been secured by the Central Economic Development Agency.
The $7.27m project has received a significant funding boost from New Zealand’s Regional Culture and Heritage Fund.
Whanganui has shown growth of 28% in visitor spend for May 2017 compared to the same month of the previous year, according to the latest Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment are the Monthly Tourism Regional Estimates.
One of the largest multiple-revenue stream hospitality operations in the Lower North Island has been placed on the market for sale.
Palmerston North City Council is hosting the three-day Winter Festival for locals and Lions rugby tour visitors.
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Air New Zealand has opened the doors to its new lounge at Palmerston North Airport.
Whanganui’s number of guest nights for February 2016 increased by 16.7% compared to the previous year – an increase of 3,000 people and likely to be the result of hosting the NZ Masters Games.
An economic impact survey of attendees at this year’s ENZED Superstock Team Champs has revealed the annual event pumps an estimated $3,764,934 into the economy.
Results for December 2016 show visitor arrivals increasing by almost 13,000 people compared to last year. Occupancy rates are up as is the length of stay.
22 May 2018 Hobbiton-themed Magic match dress unveiled