Our tribute to Jonah Lomu video

As the country comes together to pay tribute to All Blacks legend Jonah Lomu, some rugby identities pay their respects to the great man.

Tattoo festival grows in strength

Bruce Wright from Auckland found a rare space of skin to have tattooed at the 2015 New Zealand Tattoo and Art Festival in New Plymouth at the weekend.

Thousands of tattoo enthusiasts attended the 2015 New Zealand Tattoo and Art Festival in New Plymouth.

Hundreds turn out for New Plymouth parade

Hundreds lined New Plymouth's main street for the annual Christmas Parade, where Santa stole the show yet again on Saturday evening.

The big man in red arrived  in true Taranaki fashion in New Plymouth on Saturday, towed along by a tractor.

Beach death prompts call for action

Robina Wichman, Patea, who lost her son in January, wants to prevent more drowning deaths at Patea Beach.

A Patea mother is turning grief at her son's death on the beach into action.

Show weekend fun at Stratford

Axemen  in action during the Dave Maxwell Memorial underhand event on Saturday at the Stratford A and P Show.

The sun's out and all the fun of the A and P show is in full swing at Stratford.

Aussie cars turn out in droves

Ray Fordyce, 88, reckons he was the oldest person at the Aussie Car Muster in New Plymouth on Saturday.

Ray Fordyce reckons he was the oldest at the Aussie Car Muster in New Plymouth on Saturday.

Women's Refuge fundraiser proves popular

Marian Hodgkinson of New Plymouth's CityLife Church said it had taken months of planning to get the church ready for the Deck the Rooms for Refuge event.

A fundraiser involving eight New Plymouth properties is helping women and children who are not safe in their own homes.

Climate of change as NZ marches gallery video

The Wellington march heads to Parliament in the hope the Government will hear their calls for more action.

Thirty five rallies nationwide demand the Government do more to prevent catastrophic climate change.

Roigard Trial: Week Two

David Noel Roigard is on trial for the June 2014 murder of his son Aaron Roigard.

The Crown's case against an Opunake man accused of killing his son continues to build in the High Court at New Plymouth.

Living in a tattooed world

Taranaki Cathedral Dean Jamie Allen's late daughter Carrie designed one of his many symbolic tattoos.

At a time when tattoos are growing in popularity, opinions of body ink remain divisive.

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