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Pair had met two decades earlier

The paths of two New Plymouth residents crossed unexpectedly this week after 23 years.
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Droving bylaw fight

Council asked to ''get out of farmers' hair'' over bylaw proposal that will require permits for the frequent movement of livestock.

Did a Kiwi win Project Runway?

6:35pm Sean Kelly won fans in US reality fashion show Project Runway, but did he win big?

Cold, rainy holiday

Southerlies, showers and even snow picked for Labour Weekend, leading to calls for drivers to take extra care.

Jim Hickey hangs up his umbrella

As weathercaster Jim Hickey announces his retirement, a look at some of his best moments.

How we can take title

Region's rugby heroes give the Taranaki team their best advice for tomorrow's historic match.

An entrepreneurial incubator

New Plymouth Girls' High School teams scooped the top three prizes at the Young Enterprise Scheme awards ceremony yesterday.

Donation calls not legitimate

Be wary of hoax calls asking for donations for Taranaki Base Hospital's children's ward.

Videos to help prepare for disaster

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Red Rose Day annual appeal

Streets bloom for Red Cross

Thousands of red roses will flood Taranaki streets today as part of the NZ Red Cross annual appeal.

Duo tie for player of year

James Broadhurst James Broadhurst and Seta Tamanivalu have shared the Taranaki player of the year honours for 2014.

'Taranaki Terrors' keen to face Makos

The Tasman Makos are about to become bait for the Taranaki Terrors.

'Jumbo' a true rugby stalwart

Nicki's new challenge

Charlie Ngatai

Top team line-up for Taranaki

Taranaki will be at full strength for tomorrow's NPC Premiership final against the Tasman Makos.

Failures were predictable

market storm Hindsight is a fine thing, but warning signs foretold the mess finance companies got into in the financial crisis.

Low deposit house hunters rise

Banks are still keeping well clear of RBNZ lending restrictions, but mortgages written on small deposits are up.

Sky goes on-demand with Neon

Office workers feel the squeeze

Terry Serepisos

Back in the black

The former Wellington Phoenix football club owner Terry Serepisos has been discharged from bankruptcy.

In and out of emperor's cloak

John Key The headline on a political report said "Greens hold Key to account over Dirty Politics". But did they?

Letter: CF thanks you

October 14 to 20 was Cystic Fibrosis Bubbles Week. There were a number of activities that heightened awareness and raised funds locally for our Cystic Fibrosis community.

Letter: A worthy city

Awards' value gives food for thought

Fireworks light up the sky over Lake Te Anau

Editorial | Public displays safest choice

he return of a public firework spectacular will resonate with many in Taranaki.

Blooming for Red Cross

zoe wells Thousands of red roses will flood Taranaki streets today as part of the New Zealand Red Cross annual appeal.

Sinead to bring new sound to Womad

Sinead O'Connor's unique brand of madness mixed with genius is set to burst into the Bowl of Brooklands next year.

Pump and dump

Edge added to ute battle

Taranaki's Steve and Joy Fabish with their 1980 Holden Kingswood

Holden lovers gather

Some Holdens are like the holy grail, especially on the occasion of the marque's 60th birthday.

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Pensioned into debt

In today's increasingly costly world, is the pension enough for Mr and Mrs New Zealand to live on?

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New store to empower women

There's a new shop in town and the woman at the helm wants to help Taranaki women embrace their bodies.

Joshua Trowbridge

Wristband speaks up

You can't see a person's hearing impairment when they're swimming but you certainly notice if they don't respond to your calls.

Nathan Young

Major surprise for 100th

Nathan Young wasn't sure what to expect for his 100th birthday but it wasn't a visit from one of New Zealand's most iconic performers.

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