The Palmerston North
City Library, located on The Square, is a stunning architectural masterpiece created by Ian Athfield, complete with an indoor banana tree; it is well worth a look.
Nz (http://www.stuff.co.nz/manawatu-standard/news/63111946/Air-NZ-reneges-on-its-promise) reports that Air New Zealand's new decision has frustrated Palmerston North
and Nelson residents.
A key part of the announcement are the plans to develop a fully-integrated super-campus that encompasses the Fitzherbert Science Park on one side of Tennent Drive on the outskirts of Palmerston North
and Massey University's Manawatu campus Turitea site across the road.
To an audience of airline representatives and directors, pilots, and engineers, Mr Maharey invited an international airline to bring its services to Palmerston North
Dr Jeremy Hill, Chief Technology Officer at Fonterra, said the development of ReCharge was the result of linking Fonterra's team of 350 world-class dairy researchers in Palmerston North
with the ice cream making experts at Fonterra's company, Tip Top, and the medical expertise of the University of Auckland.
Graham Napier (77) and Eoin Morgan (74) also hit quickfire half-centuries but could not pull off the run chase for Robert Key's tourists, who found themselves in pursuit of a mammoth 373 for six at Palmerston North
The Neath strongman will never forget the day in Palmerston North
when he joined Richard Moriarty in the second row against Tonga.
Perinatal diagnosis of malignant hyperthermia (MH) susceptibility has been carried out in Palmerston North
, New Zealand using umbilical cord blood since 1999 (unpublished data) *.
Paterson (Maori history, Massey U., Palmerston North
) examines nine Maori-language newspapers in New Zealand over an eight-year span, starting with the revitalization of the government newspaper, Te Karere Maori, and ending with its demise.
The Wales Under-21 lock has agreed a two-year deal to help out the club, based in Palmerston North
on the North Island.
Well the motor-mad family of Kevin and Marcia Smith, until recently of Marsh but now of Palmerston North
in New Zealand, have been filling in their friends and the Examiner on the details after just a few days at the other end of the world.
Seats to Australia will fall by 15% from Wellington, 28% from Dunedin, 15% from Palmerston North
and 7% from Christchurch compared to April-October 2006.