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Fall victim says thanks

Robyn Van-der-swaluw wants to thank the people who came to her aid when she fell on the escalator in Centre City in New Plymouth on Friday.

When her right knee gave out just as she stepped onto the escalator at Centre City on Friday Robyn van-der-Swaluw was in all sorts of trouble.

Court officer retires after 48 years

Midge Shaw, is retiring after 48 years serving in New Zealand courts.

Smoking may be banned in the courthouse but Midge Shaw got away with it.

April wetter than normal

Taranaki received more than twice the usual rainfall for April.

There may be April sun in Cuba but for Taranaki last month was all about the rainfall rate.

Cyclists urged to lighten up

Bike Barn co-owner Hasely Lobb prepares for the Glow light your bike night.

New Plymouth will soon be glowing from the light of cyclists.

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Cyclists urged to lighten up

Bike Barn co-owner Hasely Lobb prepares for the Glow light your bike night.

New Plymouth will soon be glowing from the light of cyclists.

Everybody in for potluck art

Artist Jan Huijbers from The Potluck Art Club helps Holly, left, and Donna Nicholas with their art at The Seaside Market.

Potluck Art Club wants to everyone to have a go at art.

Sprightly Alma reaches 100

The cauliflower sisters together, from left, Alma Gilbert, Iris Allemann, Kathleen Lilley and Norah Goodchap.

Alma Gilbert knows the secret to a long life.

Bringing art to the people

Artists, from left, John Schumacher, Renate Verbrugge, Jan Huijbers and VolcaNo View Restaurant owner Joep Vergroesen.

Joep Vergroesen wants to help people connect with Taranaki artists.

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