11:08am A New Plymouth man arrested following a covert police surveillance operation aimed at the Rebels motorcycle gang has pleaded guilty to four drug-related charges.
10:23am A 24-year-old man was taken to hospital after a car crash in New Plymouth this morning.
NPBHS won the McDonald Shield 17-13 beating St Patrick's Silverstream.
A Hawera woman grabbed another woman around the throat in an alleged car-jacking, a jury has heard.
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Increased whale sightings suggests offshore operations aren't affecting them.
Moscow Ballet La Classique warmed up with an audience before performing last night.
The debate over adding fluoride to Patea and Waverley's water has been raised again.
The sound of hymn-singing school children rose from St Joseph's yesterday.
While the country is mulling over the fact Graham Henry spoke his mind about Super Rugby officiating, spare a thought for the Highlanders.
Agreeing to be a guarantor is a big commitment, even if it is for your adult children's first mortgage. What is your position if the borrower defaults? Richard Meadows investigates.
The country's largest private childhood education provider plans to expand as the Government commits millions of dollars in extra industry funding.
When Philip Richardson was named archbishop- elect in March, the piles of cards, letters and emails was "just extraordinary".
As Russian and American diplomats prepare for a Syrian peace conference, the Middle East is experiencing convulsions not seen since the Arab Spring two years ago.
Shinzo Abe, now six months into his second try at being prime minister of Japan, is a puzzling man.
Stan Walker will perform in New Plymouth during his nationwide tour this year.
While sheep and beef farmers have been flocking to meetings around the country to back a new organisation set up to bring meat- industry reform, the four big meat exporters have been quietly working on their own plan.
Farming's impact on the Taranaki economy was highlighted by New Plymouth Mayor Harry Duynhoven at Taranaki Federated Farmers' annual conference.
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