Palmerston North


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Palmerston North,

city (1996 pop. 73,095), S North Island, New Zealand. It is a transportation and farm-marketing center with diverse industries. The city's agricultural college, founded in 1926, became Massey Univ. in 1964.

Palmerston North

 

a city on the Manawatu River, in New Zealand, on North Island. Population, 59,800 (1973). A railroad junction, Palmerston North is the commercial center of a stock-raising region. It has metalworking, food-processing, woodworking, and textile industries. Massey University is located in the city.

Palmerston North

a city in New Zealand, in the S North Island on the Manawatu River. Pop.: 78 100 (2004 est.)
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The remainder of the cost will be split between the National Land Transport Fund, administered by NZTA, and the Palmerston North City Council.
Free to the public, this lush park is owned by Palmerston North City Council and is a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike.
International flights from Palmerston North ended in March 2008, when Air New Zealand wound up Freedom Air.
There was also a lady called Sylvie from Palmerston North City council who had come in case there wasn't anyone to meet us.
Ross University, Basseterre, Saint Kitts, West Indies; ([dagger]) Unite des Rickettsies, Marseille, France; ([double dagger]) North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA; and ([section]) Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand
Before we resume our journey to Wellington, we are hoping to visit the National Rugby Museum which is here in Palmerston North.
The family later ran brewing businesses in Dunedin, Palmerston North and Taihape.
Erickson's series will be part of an art exhibit at the Te Manawa Art Center in Palmerston North, New Zealand at the end of March.
The twin-engine aircraft had departed from Palmerston North on the North Island with ten people on board, however the flight crashed in dense fog as it approached Christchurch airport on the South Island.
Also in Palmerston North is the "Hot Rot" digester that will take food scraps from area restaurants and turn them into compost.
Lambert, a molecular biologist at Massey University in Palmerston North, New Zealand.
Then, after shows in Wellington, Palmerston North and Christchurch, he'll fly to New South Wales, Australia, for two more gigs.