New distances have breathed new life into the Taranaki Daily News half marathon.
6:54 PM A person has been seriously injured in a car crash on Mt Taranaki.
Dayton Preston got a ride in the Transformers bumblebee car on Sunday.
Elizabeth Millen wants to twirl and jump, but she needs an expensive surgery.
Deena Coster investigates how soldiers who stormed Parihaka may have had revenge in mind.
New Plymouth animal control officers and parking wardens arm themselves with cameras.
A 41-18 loss to Counties Manukau has left the Taranaki development rugby side unable to finish higher than fourth in the northern regions competition.
Auckland professional Joonsang Chung charged through to claim a two-shot win in the Taranaki Open as the overnight leaders fell by the wayside at the New Plymouth Golf Club on Sunday.
Taranaki's poor start to the season is fast becoming a distant memory although it could still haunt them at play-off time.
OPINION: Believe in Steve Hansen.
Taranaki post five tries to one to hammer Manawatu 44-10 in one-sided NPC clash.
OPINION: Maybe opening the door to a little bit of compassion sounds too dangerous to the Australian government.
OPINION: International politics have certainly been the focus this week with Prime Minister John Key attending the 70th United Nations General Assembly in New York.
OPINION: Mean. Hostile. Unforgiving. Harsh. A breach of the most basic of human rights. But legal all at the same time.
Stage fright. And I wasn't even on the stage yet!
Reporter Taryn Utiger is giving up smoking, again. This time she’s determined to kick the habit and has started the challenge with a session of hypnotherapy.
A south Taranaki woman has only missed one year of opening for the annual Garden Spectacular.
Breaking Bad made meth manufacture mainstream. Roger Hanson examines some of the the science.
School holidays can be a blast, they can also be stressful. Make sure you eat right to make the most of them.
Fringe Festival garden Belle Maison will mark its second year in the Taranaki festival this October. Sarah Foy and photographer Charlotte Curd were wowed by the produce and