The Crown's case against an Opunake man accused of killing his son continues to build in the High Court at New Plymouth.
2:26 PM Tana Umaga joins crowds gathering in south Auckland to join All Black great's family for service.
2:58 PM Thirty five marches nationwide demand the Government do more to prevent climate change
Stratford District Council tackling the dilapidated verandas on the town's main street.
At a time when tattoos are growing in popularity, opinions of body ink remain divisive.
Soffe Cup tennis leaders Huatoki take on third placed Pukekura.
3:33 PM A fundraiser involving eight New Plymouth properties is helping women and children who are not safe in their own homes.
New Plymouth's business community marked the end of White Ribbon Week with a bit of fun.
Soffe Cup tennis leaders Huatoki take on third-placed Pukekura at the Pukekura courts in New Plymouth on Saturday.
Andrew Searle tees off in his fifth interprovincial golf tournament next week, but it's his first for Taranaki.
Twelve months ago, Just The Tip won the Wanganui Cup with a bold front-running display.
Star batsman Mahela Jayawardene will hopefully teach a few team-mates the art of cricket.
James Langton's planned rematch with Monty Betham will not take place at the Hawera Rumble.
EDITORIAL: One of the greatest risks of playing politics is the words you choose as weapons against your opponents coming back to haunt you.
OPINION: We're blessed, and those blessings are bringing immigrants. But we must remain watchful.
EDITORIAL: Great news for sports fans - but are Taranaki's musically inclined missing out?
OPINION: What have we allowed these so infinitely few twisted paedophiles to steal from us and our children and grandchildren?
An Inglewood couple are about to begin a new chapter, farewelling a beautiful garden and a cherished life on historic family land.
Join former Taranaki Daily News editor Denis Garcia on a stroll down memory lane.
Hawera's second bowling club has been going strong for close to a century.
Meet the animals looking for homes at the North Taranaki SPCA.
Swiss musician Sam Hagmann felt welcomed to Taranaki as soon as he stepped onto Parihaka land.