Here are the top five stories you clicked on last week, there's everything from dead cows and crashes.
A Whakatane dairy farmer is rallying farmers across the country to help a South Taranaki couple who had 120 cows die on their farm this week.
A horror head-on crash near Normanby which left two motorcyclists in a charity run dead and six hospitalised is being described as a bomb site.
A complaint from an Inglewood woman about her treatment at Taranaki Base Hospital adds to the growing number of patient gripes received by Taranaki health services this year.
A woman who shared a ward with a complaining patient at Taranaki Base Hospital has described the experience as sheer hell".
A second head-on fatality in Taranaki was narrowly avoided by the quick actions of a driver swerving his vehicle to avoid a heavily intoxicated driver coming towards him at high speed, police said.
- Taranaki Daily News
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