Witt's chief executive says the polytech is on track to meet its financial targets, despite the hit from a multi million-dollar Government payback.
Supermarket fraudster Clare May Strachan has appeared in New Plymouth District Court again.
A New Plymouth high school is using a financial incentive to get students to try harder.
Taranaki kapa haka is taking to the world stage this weekend.
It was the famous quip that defined David Lange as an international statesman and made Kiwis even prouder to be nuclear-free. But the joke was in fact borrowed from an Australian magazine cartoon.
CD's Plunket Shield ambitions might be on the line against Wellington at Pukekura Park starting tomorrow.
The maker of painkiller Nurofen faces a possible legal headache on both sides of the Tasman over its marketing tactics.
Nelson-based Talley's, an international exporter of food products, has interests in the seafood, meat, dairy and vegetable sectors.
"My nutrition will play a major role in helping me to regain my place in the first XV as well as help me achieve my other sporting goals".
After 20 years of writing, Stratford poet Hamish McFarlane has just published his first book of poems.
The Taranaki Electricity Trust is to sell the Maryann rest home complex to Age Care Central for $6.3 million, recouping all the money it has invested in the home and the dementia unit.
A new initiative that provides school books to all students is leveling the playing field at Manaia School.
An outpouring of support and kindness has a Kakaramea family giving thanks for small communities.
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