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Whanganui's River Rat team have regained the 1NZ...

Whanganui's River Rat team have regained the 1NZ crown they so covet after overcoming engine issues to finish runnerup at the 49th NZ Nationals at Masterton last month. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

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Good luck to Wanganui Road Rodders members, club...

Good luck to Wanganui Road Rodders members, club pres Tristan Teki racing his camaro and also Shane & Noeline Hobman with their "57 Chevy competing in the last round of the season at Taupo over Easter Good luck to Wanganui Road Rodders members, club pres Tristan Teki racing his camaro and also Shane & Noeline Hobman with their "57 Chevy competing in the last round of the season at Taupo over Easter
 

Given the media attention around local food...

Given the media attention around local food vendors and events in our city, we at Mainstreet Whanganui would like to publically invite all local food vendors to please contact us as we would love to have you on our database. We cannot utilise you if we do not know that you exist or if you do not return our requests to put yourselves on our database. We also encourage the Wanganui Chronicle or any other media source to investigate fact rather than opinion before printing our name in any...
 

Just Us Girls! This a June event, bringing...

Just Us Girls! This a June event, bringing lightand laughter in the middle of winter darkness. Get a group of friends together, register your event online and have some fun while raising funds for the Cancer Society. Just Us Girls! This a June event, bringing lightand laughter in the middle of winter darkness. Get a group of friends together, register your event online and have some fun while raising funds for the Cancer Society.
 
The Nourish Your Soul Day will consist of stalls for natural therapies to try as well as natural products to purchase. There will be different workshops running throughout the day for people to have a go at Yoga, Meditation, EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique (Tapping), 5 Rhythms Dance, Psychic Readings etc. The workshops will be free of charge as our intention is to lift the Wairua of Whanganui while promoting what is available here in our local community. Put this on your calendar. The...
 

This was in last weeks Chronicle. We are all...

This was in last weeks Chronicle. We are all gardeners or at least lovers of gardens and nature. Comments please. This was in last weeks Chronicle. We are all gardeners or at least lovers of gardens and nature. Comments please.
 

.An awesome turnout for the first annual Rivercity...

.An awesome turnout for the first annual Rivercity Parkup. Thanks to Chris Hollenback and Peter Berge for some of the great photos. .An awesome turnout for the first annual Rivercity Parkup. Thanks to Chris Hollenback and Peter Berge for some of the great photos.
 

.An awesome turnout for the first annual Rivercity...

.An awesome turnout for the first annual Rivercity Parkup. Thanks to Chris Hollenback and Peter Berge for some of the great photos. .An awesome turnout for the first annual Rivercity Parkup. Thanks to Chris Hollenback and Peter Berge for some of the great photos.
 

A great turnout of cars and Rodders from all over...

A great turnout of cars and Rodders from all over the North Island to help us remember Ian and all he did for Wanganui Road Rodders and many others in our community A great turnout of cars and Rodders from all over the North Island to help us remember Ian and all he did for Wanganui Road Rodders and many others in our community
 

Not all heroes wear capes. Some of them knit...

Not all heroes wear capes. Some of them knit boobs. Not all heroes wear capes. Some of them knit boobs.
 

We can't wait to play with textiles and toys these...

We can't wait to play with textiles and toys these Autumn school holidays! Make your own juggling kit, batik bandana, tie-dye t-shirt, pompom pet and much much more. To find out about all events the Museum is putting on these holidays, as well as information on how to book, check out wrm.org.nz/calendar or visit the Museum on Ridgway to pick up a brochure. Spaces are limited so get in quick!
 

Weather events this week have not affected the...

Weather events this week have not affected the events we have planned for this weekend. The Ian Hooper Memorial Run and Park Up will be going ahead as scheduled and I think we might even see some sun shine. Weather events this week have not affected the events we have planned for this weekend. The Ian Hooper Memorial Run and Park Up will be going ahead as scheduled and I think we might even see some sun shine.
 

For all those NZHRA affiliated Rodders with fender...

For all those NZHRA affiliated Rodders with fender exemptions don't forget to bring your logbooks to this weekends Wanganui Road Rodders Ian Hooper memorial run and Sundays River city Parkup so you can get them signed by a committee member. Both are NZHRA sanctioned events
 

The Whanganui District Council is planning to...

The Whanganui District Council is planning to allow evacuated residents and business owners back into their properties later this morning. The Whanganui District Council is planning to allow evacuated residents and business owners back into their properties later this morning.
 

Ian Campbell is also coming to the Park Up 👍...

Ian Campbell is also coming to the Park Up 👍 Ian Campbell is also coming to the Park Up 👍
 

MEDIA RELEASE #7 - RAIN EVENT Wednesday 5 April,...

MEDIA RELEASE #7 - RAIN EVENT Wednesday 5 April, 7.18pm Horizons Regional Council staff will be on standby to respond to any changing river situations overnight even though the worst of the weather should pass through. Horizons controller Craig Grant says an updated Metservice forecast predicts 50-80 millimetres of rain for the Ruapehu, upper Rangitikei and Whanganui catchments over the next eight hours, although little has arrived yet. “We are expecting this rain band to move on from...
 

The latest information from Horizons Regional...

The latest information from Horizons Regional Council is that the Whanganui River at Pipiriki is forecasted to reach 13.3 metres by at 12.00 midnight. This is likely to result in 8.6 metres at Whanganui City Bridge at 7.00am tomorrow morning, Thursday, 6 April 2017.
 

As a precaution, Taupo Quay, from Wilson Street to...

As a precaution, Taupo Quay, from Wilson Street to Victoria Avenue, and Taupo Quay from Victoria Avenue to Bates Street are closed. St Hill Street, Drews Avenue and Market Place also closed. As a precaution, Taupo Quay, from Wilson Street to Victoria Avenue, and Taupo Quay from Victoria Avenue to Bates Street are closed. St Hill Street, Drews Avenue and Market Place also closed.
 

The latest update from the Whanganui District...

The latest update from the Whanganui District Council regarding the state of emergency in place at present: http://www.whanganui.govt.nz/our-council/news-media/media-releases/Pages/default.aspx?newsItem=8809 The latest update from the Whanganui District Council regarding the state of emergency in place at present: http://www.whanganui.govt.nz/our-council/news-media/media-releases/Pages/default.aspx?newsItem=8809
 

The Museum on Ridgway will be closed today due to...

The Museum on Ridgway will be closed today due to the State of Emergency in Whanganui. Take care and stay safe everyone! The Museum on Ridgway will be closed today due to the State of Emergency in Whanganui. Take care and stay safe everyone!