Brian Richards considers himself the president of the New Plymouth Lower Biting Lip Club.
Five years ago Taranaki knitters got behind a Knit World charity drive to make canine couture for SPCA puppies.
Amnesty International is focusing on refugees.
For David Rohe, participating in New Plymouth Repertory Society's production On Golden Pond has been an act of pure dedication.
A consumer watchdog urges people to go into gym contracts with their eyes wide open.
Waitara has a new mural telling the story of how the town got its name.
SeniorNet is helping people get more comfortable with technology.
People can add a little sweetness into the life of an unwanted animal by participating in the SPCA's annual Cupcake Day.
Taranaki has a new competition for children who prefer books to ballet, and surfing online to surfing waves.
Models on two legs and four legs will stride the catwalk to help animals.
Inglewood people enjoyed a free feed on the Lions.
Parents can stock up on books for winter at the Taranaki Toy Library's sale.
Once a month, women at Rhapsody Rest Home gather to create care-pouches for Taranaki families affected by premature babies.
New Plymouth may be a model community for active transport, but the programme that facilitates the movement has its funding slashed.
Rhapsody Rest Home resident Dorothy Lawrence is doing her bit to help babies who come a little earlier than expected and their families.
Distinguished professor of anatomy and Brain Research New Zealand co-director Richard Faull joins coastal walk to raise dementia awareness.
Five years after starting the Let's Go programme, walking, cycling, and catching the bus has never been so attractive in New Plymouth.
Jason McGrath was going to do a science experiment on foods that make people fart until a light bulb went off in his head.
People who want to know more about New Plymouth's history just need to take a wander around Pukekura Park.
North Taranaki SPCA is looking for poster pets.
A service designed to support people in the early stages of dementia and give their carers a break is expanding.
One of New Plymouth's lesser known gems, the Mangaotuku Walkway, has been extended.
Janine Luke-Taamaru wants to help cancer sufferers and their supporters.
The combined Rotary Clubs of Taranaki held a fundraising dinner and bottle auction in June with paramedic and ultra marathon runner Megan Stewart as a guest speaker.
As part of the Red Cross' No Limits winter programme about 30 children spent several hours making muffins, pies and filled rolls.
People can warm up after cycling, walking or taking the bus to work with a hot drink on Wednesdays during August.
A fascination with science has led New Plymouth artist John Schumacher to create a whole exhibition full of work.
Meg Rodel wanted her last job before retirement to be something special.
Performing Arts Collective was given a boost to keep spreading positive energy in Taranaki.
Tempany Paola has danced her way to the top in Taranaki.