Cook extraordinaire Jo Seagar was on her first day on the job as a trainee nurse, when she underwent a life-changing experience: her elderly patient died.
Marfell Community School can boast it is the first in Taranaki to have a cycle track.
A lover of all things Tiger Town, Phil Gayton has designed a T-shirt depicting the tough waterside village where he grew up.
Man diagnosed with motor neurone disease advised to do everything he wanted to do before he got sick.
Philip Jones, also known as Suspect, has left his mark on Central and South America.
Kidsafe Taranaki Trust is about to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
New Plymouth's Dave Owens is on a mission to get more fathers involved in their newborn baby's upbringing.
Tailor Flay has just got back from a course that changed his life.
Stratford High School Teen Parent Unit Whaimana Ako wants more students from North Taranaki.
Six homes decked out for Christmas will open their doors to raise funds for St Pius X School.
Wildcat Coffee won gold at a 2014 Huhtamaki New Zealand Coffee Awards.
St John Bosco School needs good quality secondhand books.
Silver and Rosie may have had a tough start to life, now they've got a bright future.
Excited exclamations from children and the whizzing of fishing line sailing through the air could be heard at Lake Rotomanu last week.
When it comes to safety, not every helmet is made equal.
Watching students achieve something they thought was impossible is something Dory Williams loves to see.
Moturoa School pupils celebrated Conservation Week with a display of their propagated plants.
Four Department of Conservation employees have collectively clocked up more than 150 years working for the environment.
Knit World New Plymouth wants people to help women suffering with breast cancer by knitting knockers.
Red Cross Fitzroy op-shop isn't just a second-hand clothing store.
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