Sunday-Star editor Jonathan Milne, whose newspaper won weekly newspaper of the year at the Canon Media Awards 2015.

Daily News wins national award

Taranaki Daily News scoops a best newspaper award at the Canon Media Awards.

Pressure to settle Bell Block path

Peter Barker, left, with residents of Maida Vale Retirement Village, Neville Rowley, centre, and Alister Imrie, right. They are asking for better walkway access on the side of Devon Rd so they can drive their mobility scooters into the Waiwhakaiho Valley shopping centre safely.

Peter Barker accuses council of putting off his speech because of its own political interest.

Why I care about Campbell

OPINION: This is dedicated to those of you who are cheering about the demise of Campbell Live.

Private eyes find families

Taranaki private eyes are reaping the rewards generated by popular television programmes about reuniting families.

Armed police in Inglewood

Armed police cordoned off an Inglewood street  after a man pulled a firearm.

Iwi positions mooted 

Maori leader calling for council to reconsider appointing iwi reps to standing committees.

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Taranaki Daily News wins big

A photo of a 4X4 event from the portfolio Charlotte Curd entered in the Canon Media Awards for Junior Photographer of the Year.

The Taranaki Daily News has picked up two major gongs at the nation's prestigious media awards.

Trio win radio award

A former Hawera couple have won a national award for their podcast radio programme.  

Armed police in Inglewood

Disease outbreak hits daycare

Sport

Tysons march on in Taranaki netball

New Plymouth Girls' High School wing attack Thiesan Rodgers-Lobban has her sights set on the ball during a premier one netball match in New Plymouth last Friday night.

Run of home games start for Team Taranaki

Team Taranaki return to their home ground at Pukekura Park for the first time this season when they play Palmerston North Boys' High School in a Federation League football match on Sunday.

Taranaki Mountain Airs captain Aaron Bailey-Nowell will need to be in the centre of the action against the Southland Sharks on Saturday.

Airs' captain to play against Sharks despite club ban

Taranaki Mountain Airs captain Aaron Bailey-Nowell may be sitting out the next four rounds of club play after copping a suspension, but it won't stop him playing against the Southland Sharks in New Plymouth on Saturday.

Opinion

Unnecessary comment you need

The Whisper: scare campaign over lifting GST

OPINION: Maori wards are out, paying for night parking isn't popular and people miss John Campbell. Are we surprised?

Cultural when it suits

Just one issue has our readers in debate mode this week, and it all relates back to the Treaty of Waitangi.

Where now Mr Mayor?

The fall out from last week's Maori ward vote continues in our latest batch of letters.

Lifestyle

Toyota unveils new Hilux

The eighth-generation Toyota Hilux due in New Zealand later this year.

Toyota NZ ramping pressure on Ford Ranger with news of nine new Hilux models to join current 12 varieties.

What's on this weekend

Trinity Roots, Battle of the Bands and Bride of the Year are some of the things on in Taranaki this weekend.

New Plymouth's Real Tart community gallery has closed.

Real Tart art gallery closes

Taranaki's community gallery Real Tart has shut up shop and an alternative gallery space on offer is getting a luke warm response from established artists.

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