A New Plymouth building long known for a place to grab a pint will soon be serving waffles.
Brian Hawkins may be 82, but he plans to be dancing to the beat at the AC/DC concert.
New Plymouth's churches are putting aside their differences and getting together to bring Christmas cheer to New Plymouth.
Attending Outward Bound helped a Patea woman realise she could do anything.
Emergency services are at a crash near Omata where a car hit a tree.
A stranded Australian climber has been rescued on Mt Taranaki.
3:16 PM Archaeologist Daniel McCurdy has been chased by fur seals, been caught in a category 1 storm and shoots laser beams all in the name of work.
Young Petrels are taking flight to the Hawkes Bay but not in the way you might think...
New Plymouth Girls' High School won silver in division one at the North Island secondary schools' junior volleyball championships in Wellington last week.
Fitzroy claimed overall honours in the Stan Bridger Memorial surf lifesaving competition at New Plymouth's East End Beach last Sunday.
Mahela Jayawardene all class he he flays the Knights bowling attack.
Sharrock delighted with ride as Madonna Mia wins the Wanganui Cup.
The Black Caps look set to shafted again in a test in Australia.
OPINION: What do you live for and, what would you die for?
EDITORIAL: It may not be as glamorous as the headline grabbing political intrigue, but a regional MP's work is just as valuable.
Well, pink replaced red for those in their whites on the green during the black of night and the Australian gold was too good for the Black Caps.
EDITORIAL: One of the greatest risks of playing politics is the words you choose as weapons against your opponents coming back to haunt you.
This meal works out at around $1.50 per taco, so it's not cheap, but is definitely convenient.
Vegetables aren't unaffordable when you grow them yourself, like dietitian Suzie Konijn and her family.
Check out what's happening in Taranaki at the weekend.
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.