A Taranaki methamphetamine addict and dealer was told the worst thing she could now do was fall back into her old ways.
Aneta Frances Barham, 33, was being sentenced in the New Plymouth District Court for supplying methamphetamine.
Judge Allan Roberts congratulated Barham for graduating from rehabilitation and sentenced her to 10 months home detention during which she must be alcohol and drug-free.
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South Taranaki's first family of gelato are changing gear.
Stepping into the Strandon Barber, on New Plymouth's Devon St East, was like doing the time warp.
Betty and Trevor Bremner have created the Sshhmute, a practice mute for brass instruments.
The Archbishop of the Anglican Church is supporting the move to have female bishops consecrated.
A New Plymouth punter has won a share of the $1m Lotto First Division.
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