Communities

Midweek

Chamber chief says Witt report unfair

As many of you would be aware, the Taranaki Chamber of Commerce acts as an advocate for the Taranaki business community.

Amputee event inspiring

Wally Garrett, says technology come along in leaps and bounds.

Taranaki plays host to Amputees Federation of New Zealand, three day national conference.

Vietnam veterans remembered

A remembrance reunion for Victor Five (V5) Company Vietnam veterans. Parade through town.

For Victor Five (V5) Company Vietnam veterans, the remembrance parade through the streets of New Plymouth was a special event.

Third round of Jetsprint Champs

Jetsprints in Waitara, Taranaki.
#11 driven by Kellie Minnel, navigated by Nicky Ferguson.

Spectators flocked to Jetsprints in Waitara: Round 3 national championship.

March a big month for Lions

Pat Julian, has a mountain of Lions convention badges, let's hope he has space on his vest for 202D's one.

Inglewood Lions Club set to host a combined birthday celebration to mark the clubs 50th milestone and the Lions International centennial anniversary.

South Taranaki Star

Mums-to-be travel for scans

An ultrasound image of baby in mother's womb

Taranaki women needing prenatal testing for Down syndrome are being sent out of the region for tests they can't get done in Taranaki.

Deadly section gone

The new road was officially opened on February 24.

A project to replace a stretch of State Highway that killed many is complete.

Classic hillclimb for classic cars

This Ford Mustang (circa 1965) is one of the many that has wound its way up the hill climb in the past.

It was originated in the 1950s, but offers a far larger variation of cars today.

Hawera group wins kapa haka trophies

Te Runanga o Ngati Ruanui chairman Haimona Maruera Jnr, right, and daughter Kapiata-Te-Wairua-O-Te-Pounamau Ani Manruera ...

Chairman brings Ngati Ruanui kaupapa to the attention of spectators and judges.

New charity means new challenges

4 the Kids needs brand new teddy bears without pieces that can come off. This is why knitted bears are perfect.

Hawera's Peggy Purl ladies will now be knitting 4 the Kids.

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