Who does this belong to?

Cops: "They are an important lead for us"

Taranaki police are hoping the public will help solve dozens of South Taranaki burglaries.

Sculptor denies assault

Court Revelations of Taranaki's drug underworld suitable for an episode of TV's Breaking Bad unfolded in court yesterday.

Steel net to stop rocks

A 1600 square metre steel net will be anchored into a section of the Mangaotaki Bluffs above State Highway 3 near Pio Pio to prevent rock falls.

Fonterra stink worries

Resident affected by the stench of millions of litres of rotting buttermilk now fears another community might be lumped with the putrid problem.

Mosen not guilty of burglary

A jury has found an oil worker not guilty of aiding Adam Morehu to burgle Mag and Tyre Direct.

Retailers unhappy with new hours

Some Stratford liquor retailers are frustrated with proposed changes to alcohol trading hours.

Burglary highlights code issues

Changing security codes after an employee leaves should be standard practice for businesses, a Taranaki security specialist says.

Fourth time's a charm for couple

It was love at fourth sight for Ernie and Shirley Wilmshurst.

Man recalls crash landing

Stratford gives bum's rush to all legal highs


Herd of Mustangs answer dreams

A man with terminal cancer was brought to tears when 20 mustangs arrived on his doorstep.

Coach lauds 'new man'

James Broadhurst Colin Cooper calls him a new man but James Broadhurst appears just happy to be playing some excellent rugby.

All go on school sporting front

Mountainbiking, badminton and girls' football have been the main events on the Taranaki secondary schools' sporting calendar over the past four weeks.

Rodgers not twice shy

All set to celebrate

Marty McKenzie

Responding to request

By quite a few accounts, Marty McKenzie was asked to lift his game following Taranaki's narrow loss to Hawke's Bay last week.

ComCom won't probe Sky TV

sky tv "Competing priorities" mean the Commerce Commission won't ask Sky TV about its price increase.

Ferry woes hit KiwiRail

State-owned rail company launches a wide-ranging review after a year from hell that cost taxpayers $248 million.

Bridgecorp's Roest denied parole

Lower confidence a 'reality check'

Bathurst Resources escarpment mine

Mine delay costs Bathurst

Coalminer posts a $188.9 million annual loss after it slashed the value of its Buller project.


Unreported starts this week with a little bit of New Plymouth District Council history.

Letter: Quite alien to Kiwi way of life

Since I had my first vote in a general election in 1946 I have experienced many campaigns over the years.

School pressure will not be tolerated

Letter: Points to ponder


Letter: Seal attack warnings

It is great to see that Mr lester is healing well after the seal attack.

Ford shows off technologies

Rob Maetzig wears Ford's Drink Driving Suit. Ford shows off technologies including a special Drink Driving Suit.

All the ingredients for a successful concert

REVIEW Ars Nova Choir: "Commemorate and celebrate: 1924"

Moroccan lamb and lemons - beautiful

Roasting made easy

Ford Everest concept

Don't touch or ask

Ford walks fine line between secrecy and communication as it builds to launch of new SUV.


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Ella's world opens up

The first time Ella Gavin heard the world, she turned her head towards the sound.

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Cream always rises to top

The people they meet are the highlight of running Dolly's Milk in Stratford, say owners Peter and Margaret Dalziel.

300 medic

Delving into dementia

People with dementia can still find purpose in life.


Op Shop becomes a refuge

New Waves Op Shop is not only a place where people can pick up a bargain - it has also become a refuge for people in dire need.

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