Grey Power New Plymouth says it will force an $80,000 referendum on the issue of Maori wards.
A Taranaki judge says a staggering sum of money is "going out through the doors" through benefit fraud.
A farming family has discovered the value of a signed contract over a handshake.
Residents and TRC are at loggerheads over Waitara's pohutukawa trees, with row reaching a new low.
Tom Wilkinson was once a stranger to the sounds of the world, but an implant has changed all that.
The trap appears set if Taranaki have headed north with any complacency.
Golf clubs from around Taranaki vie for bragging rights in this year's Top Club competition at the Westown Golf club on Sunday.
Government will provide cover for restoring mining land and to avoid state-owned miner's technical insolvency.
I'm sure I'm not the only one in this position so I feel that the time has come to point out the real danger around the removal of fluoride in our water supply - substantial weight gain and itchy scalps.
The Taranaki Daily News (September 8) describes the rotten teeth of a toddler who has been consuming a daily 1.5-litre bottle of coke.
Eating a balanced diet can be invigorating, and with summer coming and the days getting warmer, now might be the perfect time to make some changes.
Huatoki Plaza will be alive with the buzzing of exercise equipment on Friday.
Joseph Elieza has gone from being a World Vision-sponsored child to working for the organisation.
One does not have to be a dictator to be a good leader, a New Plymouth youth says.
Palmers Garden Centre bloomed with artful floral designs when it hosted the New Plymouth Floral Art Club's Palmers New Plymouth Awards evening, themed Naki Abundance.
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