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15 August 2016
Nominations for mayor and councillors in Palmerston North have officially closed as of twelve noon today. There are two nominations for mayor and 28 nominations for councillors.
   
15 August 2016
Palmerston North City Council Mayor Grant Smith says a $39m Food Science Facility to be built at Massey University will provide a significant boost to the regional and national economy.
   
15 August 2016
Palmerston North Mayor Grant Smith says the New Zealand Transport Agency’s decision to invest $500,000 to prepare a strategic business case for a regional freight ring road demonstrates the value of central and local government working together.
   
08 August 2016
Palmerston North locals can now access a free digital report to help improve their use of technology. All they have to do is fill out a survey to identify their digital strengths and weaknesses. The Digital Journey Project, run by the Palmerston North City Council, has been specially designed to help businesses, organisations, schools and individuals thrive in the 21st century. Three different surveys have been created to meet the different needs of each group.
   
28 July 2016
Local Government Minister Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga today released the Government Response to the Rules Reduction Taskforce (RRT) “Loopy Rules” report.
   
06 July 2016
From 1 August it will be possible to park all day in the same space provided you feed the meter.
   
28 June 2016
Palmerston North will be trialling no time limits in metered parking spaces. That means you’ll be able to park all day in the same place provided you feed your meter. Palmerston North City Council had been trialling three hour limits in metered spaces but at a meeting today decided to remove limits altogether for 12 months.
   
14 June 2016
Manawatu Quarterly Economic Monitor Estimated annual gross domestic product (GDP) growth in the Manawatū region was 0.9% in the year ended March 2016, while New Zealand GDP is estimated to have increased by 2.3%. Palmerston North GDP increased by 1.0%, Manawatū District GDP increased by 0.3%,
   
13 June 2016
MEDIA RELEASE First quarterly economic growth slows but outlook stronger The latest Manawatū Quarterly Economic report suggests that economic growth in the Manawatū region slowed in the first quarter of this year but the outlook for growth is looking much stronger. Infometrics GDP estimates suggest economic growth in the region was 0.9% in the year to March 2016, while GDP is estimated to have increased by 2.3% nationwide.
   
13 June 2016
Marketview electronic card retail spending:  Manawatu region electronic card retail spending (debit and credit card) increased by 3.2% in April 2016 while New Zealand retail spending increased by 4.6%.  Palmerston North retail spending increased by 3.2% from April 2015 and Manawatu District increased by 2.7%.

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