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02 July 2015
Palmerston North City Mayor Grant Smith is thrilled at the outcome of KiwiRail’s decision to keep the Capital Connection running for another three years.
   
01 July 2015
The Longburn Shared Pathway will be officially opened by the Minister of Transport and the Mayor of Palmerston North on 2 July 2015 at 10 am at Longburn Primary School.
   
30 June 2015
Media Release from Stats NZ - Very interesting....
   
29 June 2015
Cultural and artistic groups and individuals are invited to apply for funding through the Creative Communities Palmerston North Local Arts Funding Scheme.
   
25 June 2015
The Palmerston North City Council has unanimously adopted its 10 Year Plan and set rates for the coming financial year.
   
25 June 2015
I am writing to draw your attention to a review of the .nz domain name policy framework being undertaken by the Domain Name Commission Limited (DNCL).
   
25 June 2015
The Palmerston North City Council is donating $120,000 to help provide flood relief and recovery assistance to neighbouring districts in Whanganui, Manawatū, and Rangitikei.
   
19 June 2015
Palmerston North City Council’s Libraries and Community Services Unit have a new General Manager.
   
18 June 2015
Take a look at the key points for this month......
   
18 June 2015
Palmerston North City Council and UCOL are jointly exploring innovative ideas to guide future urban design in the vicinity of UCOL’s campus through the UCOL Campus Development Plan.
   
18 June 2015
After a series of strong increases, GDP increased 0.2 percent in the March 2015 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. The lower growth reflected a 2.9 percent fall in primary industries (agriculture, forestry, and mining) – the largest fall since September 2010. Despite lower quarterly growth, annual growth was still strong, at 3.2 percent.
   
17 June 2015
Lower oil prices at the start of 2015 drove a decrease in New Zealand's overseas expenditure in the March 2015 quarter, Statistics New Zealand said today. This helped New Zealand's seasonally adjusted current account deficit fall to $1.8 billion.
   
16 June 2015
Media release Council campaigns to get wider coverage of Ultra-Fast Broadband Palmerston North City Council is seeking help from residents to gain funding from the Government in order to extend the reach of Ultra-Fast Broadband across the city.

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