27072015 News photo: Robert Charles/Fairfax NZ. Len Lye Centre. Reflecting the Clock Tower.

Len Lye Centre attracts thousands

In just a week the Len Lye Centre has welcomed more than 13,000 people through its doors.

Told to toughen up

A Patea woman says she was told to toughen up by a care worker.

A Patea woman with mental health issues says she was told to toughen up by a care worker.

Maiden dividend for council's farms

The multi million-dollar Tasmanian farms have paid out a maiden dividend.

Learning from a master

Magician James Galea learnt his craft from a professional conman.

Bottle rockets fly high at fair

One bottle rocket went high in the air did a back flip and ended up making a deep dent in a car roof.

Wild weather hits Taranaki

Wild weather saw power cuts at more than 1600 Central Taranaki properties on Tuesday morning.

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Wild weather hits Taranaki

Chloe Swanson, 3, walked home from kindergarten in the rain on Tuesday.

Wild weather saw power cuts at more than 1600 Central Taranaki properties on Tuesday morning.

Buildwise Ltd to be struck off

A Taranaki construction business is set to be struck off the companies register six years after it went into liquidation.

Bottle rockets fly high at fair

Malone 'hated by his superiors'

Sport

Baxter's winning streak ends

New Plymouth's Sacred Heart Girls' College pupil Hannah O'Connor  won the under-15 girls event at the national cross country championships last weekend.

Former New Plymouth long distance runner Matt Baxter has to settle for second at national cross-country championships.

South Taranaki team scores upset win

Eltham kept their title hopes alive last Saturday when scoring a rare victory over New Plymouth Rangers in Taranaki premier league football in New Plymouth.

Lauren Boyle on her way to finished third in her 1500m freestyle heat at the world champs in Kazan, Russia.

Boyle into 1500m final

Kiwi Lauren Boyle qualifies for 1500m freestyle final at swimming world champs in Russia.

Opinion

Waitara is showing us the way

Waitara's central shopping area is a haven of great service.

OPINION: It seems impossible to actually buy anything in Waitara without a personal touch, Gordon Burnside says.

A little city with soul

OPINION: Somewhere between New Plymouth and Palmerston North lies a city nestled on a river valley floor.

Tony Robertson was convicted of the rape and murder of Blessie Gotingco.

Duncan Garner: Keep evil in prison

OPINION: Imagine making a mistake that would later cost an innocent woman her life.

Lifestyle

Learning from a master

The Band of Magicians are, from left, James Galea, Ben Hanlin, Brett Loudermilk and Adam Mada.

Magician James Galea learnt his craft from a professional conman.

Latte art serious business video

Taste will take a back seat to design at Taranaki's first ever Latte Art ThrowDown.

Spotswood College student Thaddeus Poole, 18, whips up some scrambled eggs.

The breakfast battle

Encouraging students to eat breakfast before they come to school is a constant challenge.

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