Taranaki waves are calling some top New Zealand talent.
Barbara Valintine's interior design finesse has flowed out the back door and into the garden.
Taranaki's headline news from 50 years back in time.
OPINION: Oh for the days when a cure for a migraine was to roll down a hill.
Leather jacket, purple nail polish, lipstick, and a reputation for being feisty…
"That's the wonderful thing about music - it is a universal language."
Check out what's coming up in Taranaki's entertainment scene
Lemons have a special place in Nicola Findlay's heart, her tree was planted over the family dog.
Artists from Brazil, Jamaica, South Africa and Spain are coming to New Zealand for a rip-roaring three day music festival.
Celtic Illusion is magic and Irish dance all rolled into one.
"This was a wonderful display of the contrasting colours of the instruments, expressively flexible phrasing and superb control of dynamics."
"I tend to move things around," gardener Alison Fagan says
Get these events in your diary.
Thomas Noble Mackenzie was made PM in a parliament on knife's edge.
Even back in the good old days, vandalism was a problem.
"It's our first baby and has brought us closer together."
A little hint of India is growing in a New Plymouth garden.
Love me do by the Beatles was the start of Graeme Duckett's love affair with music and words.
Taranaki's headline news from half a century back in time.
"There is far too much violence in our society at large and particularly against women."
It's time to start planning your weekend
Check out what's coming up in Taranaki's arts and entertainment scene
"The actors from West Coast Theatre displayed a raw talent that was channelled into a refined performance."
The first act for Womad 2017 has been announced, and it's special.
It doesn't really taste good enough to be worth wasting the calories on.
Follow these 5 habit-building strategies to staying healthy.
Caroline Kara wanted to watch her grandchildren grow up, so she decided it was time to make some changes.
A new generation of stylists are creating a buzz - and a long waiting list - through their social media smarts.
The news making Taranaki headlines in late September '66.
Three decades exposed to the Tasman Sea has given Claire Baker her plenty of knowledge about survival.