The Rangitikei Mail[ edit ] In conjunction with the Feilding Herald, this paper is published on Tuesdays and delivered to all houses in the Rangitikei district. Brothers Frederick and David Evenibg took it over in and later changed it to an evening publication. Manawatu Standard is available to you at home or at work, and is the same edition as the printed copy available at the newsstand.
Delivered to every home in the Manawatu District Council area. The Standard celebrated its Golden Jubilee inwith a special issue.
For advice on reproduction of out-of-copyright material from this newspaper, please refer msnawatu the Copyright guide. No longer an independent paper, it combined with the Feilding Herald in April Relations with the rival Manawatu Times were disputatious.
We know you will appreciate the value and the freedom of choice that come with your subscription to Manawatu Standard. The Feilding Rangitikei Herald[ edit ] Published twice weekly on Tuesday, in conjunction with the Rangitikei Mail, and on Stanndard as a standalone paper.
standarf Despite further changes in ownership, it continued to be published into the 21st century. The Tribune[ edit ] Published weekly and distributed for free to all homes in Palmerston North, Ashhurst and Linton, as well as rural subscribers to the Manawatu Standard. Frederick won the seat of Palmerston in the election of and remained in office until his retirement due to poor health in On 21 FebruaryStuff Limited announced that it would be closing or selling off 28 community papers.
The first issue, dated 29 Novembercontained an editorial written by John Mnawatu.
Martha Pirani, wife of Frederick, wrote editorials for the paper. As circulation increased estimated at 1, intechnology improved, with replacement of the hand-press by a steam-driven printing press, and town and country editions were introduced. Copyright statement Stuff Ltd is the copyright owner for the Manawatu Standard. This newspaper is not available for commercial use without the consent of Stuff Ltd.
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