To go forward we must understand where we've come from, Graeme Duckett says.
Check out Taranaki's headline news from March 1967.
"Flowers bring me the greatest joy and that's why I share them daily."
Space flight ain't always silky smooth.
"I've got a big old Stihl with a 36" bar on it, she's solid as," says an Oakura chainsaw artist.
Aaron Lock details the delights of grilling your good.
What's on this week?
"Singing at my brothers' funerals was the hardest thing I have ever had to do, I just had to put my love, heart and soul into it."
Don't be shy on prostate cancer support
A bit of sun can be good for your bones. Roger Hanson explains.
Eve needs her Adam.
Swapping life in education for a life on the land.
Graeme Duckett fell in love with motorcycles as a young butcher's apprentice. The affair continues.
Brittany Baker has never wanted to develop a taste for blood. And then she started anti-gravity yoga.
These animals just don't like to party.
Try these recipes for quesadillas, guacamole and tropical salsa.
An astronomical explanation of the sights in the heavens above Taranaki..
The presence of human life on another of the 10 billion billion planets is very small.
Richard John Seddon, is widely regarded as standing head and shoulders above all previous and subsequent premiers or prime ministers of New Zealand.
Check out Taranaki's headline news from March '67.
A Bell Block couple, known for growing and selling wonderful spray-free avocados, have been focusing on something different.
Male choirs of Wagga Wagga and Taranaki combine.
There are big bands, cultural shows and artists who have a bee in their bonnet about fracking.
Volunteering at Womad means Dennis Ngawhare gets to mind performers from around the world.
Kiwi writer Elizabeth Knox is heading to Womad for the first time. Virginia Winder finds out about a mind filled with words.
Virginia Winder finds a whole lot of good can come out of a pumpkin.
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?