After five weeks of doing fitness exercises, the Mt Taranaki Ascending 20 went for an actual tramp. Up big hills through the bush.
Restricting tamariki (children) to only one worldview limits their education, writes Dennis Ngawhare.
Mo McCartie had been composing songs in his head while out on the farm for years.
It's Lonely Planet's #2 region but Taranaki has no beach in country's top 10. How can this be?
A man who gardens with art, talks to Virginia Winder about his world of creativity.
One mug, two mugs, three mugs, four. Keep it going, only 96 more.
We've been hoarders since the get go.
Check out the news that had Taranaki talking in late February, 1967.
"The images I create have spiritual meaning, and so I like to create them in a spiritual space and mindset."
For John Sargeant it's all about the walnuts.
There's a dangerous circus show, a hundred mugs and a multi-ethnic parade coming to town.
There is a proverb that is at least 3000 years old and is found in the Book of Proverbs (18:17) in the Christian Bible.
They were young exchange students in NZ. Decades later, they're back – on honeymoon.
Becklands was a new entrant in last year's Taranaki Fringe Garden Festival. Sarah Foy visits the Inglewood property to chat with its owners – gardening and festival novices.
Lawrence Gordon Calman's life remembered
It's better than the Hubble and a lot more expensive.
Get nostalgic over the way things were in early '67.
Are fruit nuggets and sticks a good alternative to fruit?
Chewing over the fat(s).
Around 70 works from Margaret Scott's 50 year career are on display in Stratford.
Check out what's coming up in Taranaki.
OPINION: Would you watch a video of me milking cows? It wouldn't be glamorous, but it might make a shedload of moolah.
Shavaughn Ruakere is home in Taranaki for a holiday.
"...Go back to your childhood and capture that innocent magic in a unique way..."
Oompa Loompa doompety da, Ruby Hansen looks set to go far.
He's just a sweet transvestite, from Transsexual Transylvania.
"Thankfully most of the Alpine Fault is located in sparsely populated areas, so it is hoped the number of casualties, if any, will be low."
Stroll down memory lane to the headlines of February 1967.
Had Graeme Duckett found the world's muddiest Indians?