Accountant come Christmas tree farmer Kylie Filbee-Cronin has received the Craig Norgate Memorial Scholarship.
"At risk" birds relocated from Taranaki with hopes to help repopulate other areas.
Life was simpler but was it better in the olden days?
Without erosion the Alps would be about six times their present height.
Tony Rumball has a wild side. You can see it in his garden.
Recent resurgence of records 'a bit of a mystery'.
"Nowadays everything is so black and grey and so anything with a bit of colour, people love it," glass artist Paul Burgham says.
Moana Maniapoto and friends are coming to New Plymouth to perform a heartfelt tribute to the ocean.
"Some would call her a gold-digger and a tramp," actress Catherine Jordan says of her character.
What's on this week?
New Plymouth swan parents had four cygnets, then three. Now, there are none.
The real meaning of this time of year.
Are you eating chocolate out of habit?
Taranaki gardens bloom in Oz.
It started in an op shop and has culminated in a 150 day medal hunt around New Zealand.
Inside the life and times of the 'Blackbird'.
You can balance precariously on a chair with your mobile aloft, itching for a wifi signal but nah...you are not getting any in these 10 spots.
"The club is now $140,000 better off, instead of having $140,000 sitting in a trophy cabinet,"
New Plymouth Brass prepare for the national champs.
It's proving to be the fastest-selling Bowl of Brooklands show in recent times.
Engineering giant was adored by the public and loathed by his financiers.
Kijiana Pene says staring in the play comes with great responsibility.
New Plymouth's Little Theatre stages a quirky and engaging play.
Graeme Duckett on tightwads, toilet mishaps and other quirky tales.
A team of about 20 skilled alpinists helped replace the old copper hand cable.
What's on this week?
It's not the size of the cake that counts...
How do we keep our young people healthy?
They have a Ferrari in the garage, sea and mountain views from the house and an indoor garden.
Have you got a beat and some lyrics you could turn into a song?