9:35 AM A one-woman catering company is operating from an unlikely Urenui base.
Charles and Camilla will be coming to New Plymouth during their November trip.
9:24 AM The New Plymouth District Council is only at the beginning of the fight against an eroding Waitara coastline.
Restructuring savings helped the New Plymouth District Council's books finish in the black.
Reports that the NPDC-owned Tasmanian farms have been sold are untrue.
Police will investigate the fire at Hawera Intermediate will begin as soon area is safe.
Transpower will be using low flying helicopters tomorrow to clean powerlines around the port and and near Centennial drive.
A Welsh rugby supporter can no longer fly her team's flag - it's been pinched from her fence.
New Plymouth's Jeff McGrath made it to the finish line at the world ironman championships in Kona, Hawaii, but was well off his best time.
Champions of the past, present and future come out to play in Taranaki this weekend.
New Plymouth's Corey Peters has been named overall athlete of the year at the annual Snow Sports New Zealand awards night in Wanaka last Saturday.
Rebecca Cole bagged a fistful of open titles from the first canoe racing regatta of the season.
The Central Vipers national premiership rugby league season came to an end on Saturday with another loss.
OPINION: We need a societal selfie to see what happened to our values, Gordon Burnside writes.
So if crime is dropping how much safer do you really feel?
Opinion: It's always struck me as odd that regional councils versus district/city councils generally escape much scrutiny from their ratepayers.
OPINION: Like a good motorbike, the country goes smoother when it veers to the Right.
Former Waitara High School student Jane Andrews is the brains behind TV One's latest series, The DNA Detectives.
Three young chefs return to their old school to talk food and the hospitality industry.
Check out what's happening in Taranaki at the weekend.
Concerts, exhibitions and the much-loved Wattie's Can's Film Festival is coming up in Taranaki.
Thirteen Taranaki gardeners will show off their sustainable gardens in a new garden festival this year.