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PalmyProud celebrates the people, places and events in our city. The free quarterly magazine aims to inspire locals and visitors to learn more about this special place we call home. It’s published by Palmerston North City Council.

Inside this issue:
Covid-19
Urban Eels
Streets for People
Take five in Palmy
Palmy Palms relocation
Take me 2 the World
Neat Places in Manawatū
A new home for Tamariki at Te Manawa
IPU celebrates 30 years
Art trail Manawatū returns
Manawatū Leaders
Crafting a life in the arts
The Dust Palace returns
Palmy Community
Spring events guide

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Multi-Page Document
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2021BD_IMCA-DigitalArchive_034739
Title
PalmyProud issue eight: Spring 2020
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PalmyProud
Format
Born Digital
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IMCA Digital Archive

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