Fire Service basketball players ready to fire on all cylinders at their national tournament.
Experienced performer enjoys character roles in New Plymouth Operatic Society shows.
New Year celebrations combine with commemoration of first Maori doctor and discussions about Maori health today.
Waitara leisure marching team set to strut their stuff during display event.
Concerts, contests and musical show keep young musicians busy.
It's a mix of stock car racing and rugby and it empowers women, says the coach.
Performing artists from across Taranaki are banding together in a show of force - and talent, to help stomp out child slavery.
New Plymouth teenager proves science not just for geeks.
Topkids Mangorei Early Childhood Centre aims to make "the world a better place."
OPINION: The upgrade of the airport terminal is a no-brainer as far as I'm concerned. It was great to see it went through the Council processes despite some submitters posting a last ditch attempt to the otherwise.
Purple ribbons show support for World Elder Abuse Awareness Week.
New Plymouth school has a new image to match its unique identity.
A former school principal finds new life, and a new way of enjoying books, after her sight deteriorates
Hospice Taranaki launches into trading online.
Opunake High School student wins the Taranaki regions Pacifica Beats Award.
Parihaka is the place to be for stargazing, gardening and music this weekend.
There's was more of a slow burning attraction.
A New Plymouth roundabout will close for almost a week for improvement works, drivers have been warned.
West End Te Kura O Morere launch new inner city cycle and pump track.
People of New Plymouth are invited to step outside of their bubble and join in the Marfell Bubble House Build to mark National Volunteer Week.
Once again June is an incredibly busy month, particularly for young musicians and singers.
There's probably no more vulnerable group in our society than new-born babies.
Phil Gayton was awarded the Volleyball Taranaki Life Membership Award for exceptional service over 20 years.
Tumahu Rural Women are celebrating 80 years of serving the Taranaki community.
OPINION: It's all about the birds and the bees really.
Taranaki Hospice is imploring people to please stop using its back door step as a personal dumping ground.
Quit smoking programme a success for McKechnie employees.
One of the country's oldest swimming events is in jeopardy of being cancelled.
Thousands of elderly New Zealanders live in fear of family and caregivers.
Small rural town hosts Steampunk Taranaki Teapot Racing Championships.