Kim Kardashian West has had her eye on a Taranaki nail artist.
Victor Hadlow, the man who introduced hip checks for newborns, has died.
The name of the motorcyclist who died on Friday night has been released by police.
If you like cars, Inglewood was the place to be this weekend.
A helicopter was called in to dampen down flare-ups after a fire on Paritutu Rock on Friday night.
She couldn't have a cafe so Jasmine Timu is opening a cheese chop.
Aussies show mental toughness needed to win the big ones.
The busy bowls schedule in Taranaki continues.
Things are pretty even between New Plymouth Old Boys and Woodleigh after day one of their two-day match.
Marist United beaten by seven wickets in CD club semifinals.
Webby takes out Flannagan Cup then heads across the Tasman.
It's our only true homegrown national holiday and we really don't know how to deal with it.
COMMENT: There's an old saying that idle hands are the devil's workshop.
Former Taranaki Daily News editor Denis Garcia takes readers on a trip through the pages of the past.
Businesses should be applauded for sticking to their trim milk guns.
In the library at Molly Ryan retirement village over a dozen green chrysalis are taped to a bookshelf.
Arthur Fryer explores the history of stage productions in South Taranaki.
New Zealand Songwriter Hollie Fullbrook from Tiny Ruins speaks about her music ahead of her gig at Womad New Zealand.
Cosi Fan Tutte is coming to town.
Start planning your weekend by checking out Taranaki's entertainment diary