A collection of Palmerston North's primary and public health services will reopen on Broadway next week at the refitted and extended former Returned and Services' Association premises.
Staff based at Health on Main employed by the primary health organisation Think Hauora, Te Tihi o Ruahine Whānau Ora Alliance and the Manawatū Horowhenua Tararua Diabetes Trust are on the move.
They will be joined by MidCentral's public health and child health services.
Do you think this move will be convenient for people accessing these services? Or are you concerned Broadway is already too busy as it is?
The late Gill Absolon was the driving force behind the Timona Park Orchard Trust in Feilding and mastermind behind the transformation of the park's wetland and bush area. Her vision turned an overrun wasteland at the public park into a small forest of fruit trees for everyone to enjoy. Later, it became an outdoor education centre.
Who's been enjoying the fruits of her labour this summer?
A two-sentence note to customers set off a firestorm of online emotion and negative reviews for a Palmerston North cafe. Are people too quick to be offended these days or are they justifiably riled?