Work continues in the Philippines' Tacloban City to help rebuild homes destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan in November 2013. Justin Butler writes about his visit with a team of volunteers from New Plymouth.
Toyota NZ ramping pressure on Ford Ranger with news of nine new Hilux models to join current 12 varieties.
Taranaki's community gallery Real Tart has shut up shop and an alternative gallery space on offer is getting a luke warm response from established artists.
Help the team at Puke Ariki put names to faces
Graeme Duckett looks at the life of Bernard Aris
Graeme Duckett recalls introducing `hi-tech' to an old friend.
Trinity Roots, Battle of the Bands and Bride of the Year are some of the things on in Taranaki this weekend.
New Plymouth artist Anthea Stayt has an enviable spot to live and work, tucked away and right in town. Sonja Slinger finds beauty and light in a secret spot.
A garden in central New Plymouth tells stories of horticultural roots and photography. Writer Virginia Winder talks to a man who loves growing plants, shooting the breeze and nature.
Wairarapa sisters Georgia and Francesca Emms have come a long way since the days of hitting the dress-up box and putting on plays in their living room.
Amanda Hewlett's house is filling up with artwork contained in one of a kind matchboxes.
Renault's hot hatch the Megane RS has been made even hotter via more grunt from its turbocharged engine.
Musical theatre shows, art exhibitions and a concert with cigar box guitars are just a few of the things coming up in Taranaki.
The popular New Zealand band Six60 is on a whirlwind tour around New Zealand, and New Plymouth is on the list.
Sara Knowles does the A, B, Cs of healthy food.
Several well-known Toyota models are to be facelifted this year.
The Taranaki Daily News' massive Uniman press went whump, whump, whump for a final time last night. What stories it has told.
OPINION: Christian Gottlieb Ferdinand von Hochstetter's contribution to the understanding of New Zealand's geology is immense.
A look back at the pages of the Taranaki Daily News.
The New Plymouth Orchestra's change of venue to St Andrew's Church proved highly successful.
Allan Purdy reviews the Composer Connections concert presented by Chamber Music New Zealand at the Theatre Royal on Monday evening.
Trinity Roots is heading to Oakura, a swing and blues band is in town this weekend and Christopher Luke will be playing some Bach next week.
There's a lot to do in Taranaki this weekend. Check it out.
Luxury is the simple difference between the two versions of Honda's latest Odyssey people-mover available in NZ.
If you thought you'd seen everything on the ute market in New Zealand, SsangYong will have thinking again.
A new entrant in NZ's baby SUV market has real potential.
One of New Zealand's most legendary bands has landed the theme song for the highly anticipated prequel to Outrageous Fortune.
Each fortnight we showcase the culinary skills of students at two Taranaki schools. Spotswood College and New Plymouth Boys’ High School take turns about as they prepare healthy and exciting meals. This week the budding chefs at Spotswood College take centre stage.
Behind closed doors at Puke Ariki is a treasure trove of creepy crawlies, skeletons and taxidermied animals.
A Taranaki environmentalist relishes the towering and the tiny parts of nature.