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  •   Home > News > National >  Subscribe to NZCity's Lower North Island articles  Lower North Island
    State Highway 5 has reopened after a fatal crash between a motorcycle and truck this morning
     6 December 2019
    State Highway 5 has reopened after a fatal crash between a motorcycle and truck this morning
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    >> Motoring News 

    There's some shady behaviour going on in Hawke's Bay ..
    6 Dec: There's some shady behaviour going on in Hawke's Bay ..... more
    A man's been arrested after a serious assault on a Palmerston North walkway
    4 Dec: A man's been arrested after a serious assault on a Palmerston North walkway... more
    Palmerston North police are asking for the public's help after a serious assault on Tuesday evening
    29 Nov: Palmerston North police are asking for the public's help after a serious assault on Tuesday evening... more
    A support group for the elderly says the tragic death of a Levin woman highlights an increase in elder abuse in the town
    28 Nov: A support group for the elderly says the tragic death of a Levin woman highlights an increase in elder abuse in the town... more
    There's shock from Levin's seniors community, after news an elderly woman's died after being assaulted in her home earlier this month
    28 Nov: There's shock from Levin's seniors community, after news an elderly woman's died after being assaulted in her home earlier this month... more
    A Palmerston North farmer has been jailed for two years and his wife fined 30 thousand dollars after admitting charges relating to the abuse of cows and calves
    27 Nov: A Palmerston North farmer has been jailed for two years and his wife fined 30 thousand dollars after admitting charges relating to the abuse of cows and calves... more
    A major step forward for development of a new rail-road freight hub near Palmerston North
    26 Nov: A major step forward for development of a new rail-road freight hub near Palmerston North... more
    The financial boosts keep coming today for Manawatu
    26 Nov: The financial boosts keep coming today for Manawatu... more
    Napier Port's Chief Executive says he's pleased the government is addressing future of Auckland's port
    19 Nov: Napier Port's Chief Executive says he's pleased the government is addressing future of Auckland's port... more

     Most Popular Recent Lower North Island News
     12 Nov: The Levin District Court will be closed indefinitely from next Monday for earthquake strengthening ++++++++++++++++
     06 Dec: State Highway 5 has reopened after a fatal crash between a motorcycle and truck this morning +++++++++
     16 Nov: The deaths of two local men in a crash on the Hawke's Bay Expressway have left the community in shock +++++++
     09 Nov: State Highway 57, near Manawatu Gorge, is set to stay closed until midday after a large fire ++++++
     09 Nov: Black Caps skipper Tim Southee's making sure his side fully move on from their 76-run loss in the fourth Twenty20 against England in Napier +++++
     28 Nov: There's shock from Levin's seniors community, after news an elderly woman's died after being assaulted in her home earlier this month ++++
     06 Dec: There's some shady behaviour going on in Hawke's Bay .. ++++

     Lower North Island NewsLinks
      6 Dec: Lower north island trains services 'packed like sardines' (NZ Herald)
      2 Dec: Heavy wind and rain on the way, risk of flooding - niwa (RadioNZ)
      24 Nov: Thousands of north islanders rattled by 5.9-magnitude quake in bay of plenty (Stuff.co.nz)
      15 Nov: 'dangerous' man wanted over aggravated robbery in lower north island (Stuff.co.nz)
      11 Nov: Another building closes following statistics house partial collapse (NZ Herald)
      10 Nov: Aussie bushfires light up the sky over lower north island (Stuff.co.nz)
      10 Oct: Council candidates' mixed views on otaki to north of levin highway (Stuff.co.nz)
      8 Oct: Eketahuna company delivers milk in glass bottles across the lower north island (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Entertainment:
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    Soccer:
    The Wellington Phoenix are hoping to continue riding a wave of momentum when they host the Western Sydney Wanderers in their A-League match in Auckland tonight 17:27

    Rugby:
    The USA await the All Blacks sevens when they line up for their quarter-final at the World Series event in Dubai tonight 17:27

    Entertainment:
    Charlize Theron claims Harvey Weinstein was "really, really good" at pitting women against one another 17:17

    Sailing:
    Peter Burling and Blair Tuke have heaped scoreboard pressure on their rivals during the penultimate day of the 49er World Championships in Auckland 17:17

    Entertainment:
    Ray J has admitted Princess Love is "still mad" at him but he insisted they are not separating 16:47

    Entertainment:
    Lady Gaga wants to have children in the next decade 16:17

    Motoring:
    Highways are closed on both sides of the South Island due to flooding, slips and rising rivers 16:17

    Business:
    Pre-Christmas travel disruption could be on the cards for trans-Tasman Jetstar customers 15:57

    Entertainment:
    Dame Maggie Smith didn't feel "satisfied" with her role in the 'Harry Potter' franchise 15:47

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