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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:

World Softball Championship

Manawatū's Miss Industries

The Rise of the Buckethead

Waste Water

Reduce Your Waste

PNCC Annual Consultations

A Life With No Limits: Kate-Louise Elliot

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Multi-Page Document
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2019BD_IMCA-DigitalArchive_028549
Title
PalmyProud issue two: Autumn 2019
Format
Born Digital
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IMCA Digital Archive
Relation
PalmyProud
Date
2019

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Palmerston North

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miss industries,
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softball,
waste water,
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Related items

PalmyProud issue one: Summer 2018
PalmyProud issue four: Spring 2019
PalmyProud issue five: Summer 2019
PalmyProud issue six: Autumn 2020
PalmyProud issue three: Winter 2019
PalmyProud issue fourteen: Ngahuru - Autumn 2022
PalmyProud issue fifteen: Takurua - Winter 2022
Laying Storm Water Pipes along Pioneer Highway
Awapuni Clean Up Day
Anti-Apartheid and anti-Tour protest
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[The Oddbods set to perform at Centrepoint Theatre for the School Holidays]