Taranaki's arts scene is bursting with things to do. You can learn to blacksmith, audition for a farming musical or check out embroidery panels.
Check out what's happening in Taranaki this weekend.
Finding the perfect man has become a hard task for Bill Tate.
REVIEW: Taranaki Male Choir hosted the women of Living Harmony for their Jubilant Harmonies concert at St Andrew's Church last Sunday afternoon.
REVIEW: Lately our local theatres seem to be churning out comical farces or whodunits.
Subaru's new Outback has a double task - to continue the model's career as a crossover vehicle, and to replace the now non-existent Legacy wagon.
REVIEW: The Hogs home brewery is where "anything can happen".
What's growing in your garden or flooding the markets? In Season follows Witt’s many chefs and journalist Virginia Winder in their quest to source the freshest fruit and vegetables, and serve them up with simple sense and inspiration.
Dan Farrell, photographer, was born on October 31, 1930. He died on April 13, 2015, aged 84.
Wobbly start for Holden's new hatch as Kiwi and Aussie motoring journalists experience driving it on two wheels.
A matter of life and death - Alice King
Help the team at Puke Ariki put names to faces
An elephant race down Devon St featuring a beauty queen and two rugby stars was the attraction of the day.
Discover the meaning behind Taranaki's street names. This week, it's McCarthy Street, Hawera.
There's theatre, stand up comedy and choir performances on this weekend in Taranaki.
Exhibition openings, a Charlie Chaplin show and a night of comedy are all coming soon to Taranaki.
We've just got to ride in the dirtiest ute we think we've ever seen.
It doesn't matter which country Giles Taylor is in, it's Fat Bottomed Girls which makes the rocking world go round.
Every month the Hospitality department of New Plymouth Boys' High School showcases the talents and tasty treats of the boys who take this subject at school, with a focus on lifelong skills that can be used every day to enhance the benefits of a healthy diet and lifestyle
It's comforting to know that the VW Touareg is moving at its own pace as it keeps up with the times.
William David Fryer Greenway landed in New Zealand with his wife Sarah and their four children from England.
The quest for stone was overtaken by the quest for firearms once the whalers arrived.
What are neutrinos, and why do scientists want to know more about them?
As thousands of New Zealand families stop to remember those who served or fell on battlefields across the world, one is reflecting on a sacrifice like no other.
REVIEW: Four doors, one set of stairs, and a series of illicit trysts.
The biggest-ever Subaru Legacy sedan has arrived in NZ - and now it is aiming to pinch sales from the traditional Aussie large car.
Morris West has clocked up more than 20 onstage wives and he's even been known to be married to two co-stars at once.
A New Plymouth couple are among a growing number of people returning to the old ways – growing their own food and turning their backs on processed convenience foods. Sonja Slinger had a taste and came away inspired.
Renee Leishman wants to shake up New Plymouth's live music scene.
A glistening red and white station wagon is the dream car Alan Campbell never knew he had always wanted.