Midweek

Still above ground

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New Plymouth man Neil Burge wants to share hope as the Cancer Society's Daffodil Day approaches.

Knitters go to town for Plunket

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Taranaki knitters pulled above their weight during Knit World's latest charity project.

CanTeen market all on

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There's still room for stallholders at the CanTeen Midwinter Family Market this weekend.

Carer ends lessons for the final time

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Pat Coxhead has put away her work toys for the last time.

Science fair all go

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The effect of music on plants and what consuming microwave food does to our health are topics covered in the Fonterra Taranaki Science and Technology Fair.

Kindy children go out to play

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Gone are the days of a small split-level playing area, which turned into a pit of mud on rainy days, at Brooklands Kindergarten.

SPCA back and running

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North Taranaki SPCA has a new set of wheels.

Maori bowel cancer study

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People living with bowel cancer in Taranaki are the subject of a new study.

Pair receive awards for St John work

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Two Taranaki people have been awarded Order of St John honours.

Event to promote stroke awareness

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Nesha Thompson of Bell Block wants to commemorate her grandfather's passing by holding a fun community event.

No support for 40kph limit

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New Plymouth District Council has received only two comments from the public about lowering the speed limit to 40 kilometres an hour.

English opens up a whole new world

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Learning English has opened a whole new world for Shao Ting.

Going back to work in style

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New Plymouth Dress For Success has a new co-ordinator.

New op shop to help youth group

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New Waves Op Shop has got off the ground.

Police see red at lights

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YVETTE BATTEN - NORTH TARANAKI MIDWEEK - Taranaki

Police and the New Plymouth District Council are working together to tackle the problem of people running red lights.

Recycled paper turns into trees

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Bell Block School is now 27 native plants richer.

Cycle challenge ahead

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YVETTE BATTEN - NORTH TARANAKI MIDWEEK - Taranaki

Two New Plymouth men will do the 160-kilometre Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge to raise money for the Life Education Trust Taranaki.

Heads 'no' to new job

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Taranaki principals are baulking at the idea of being in charge of nine other schools.

Dogged Jim steps down

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After wrestling pigs and standing on wasp nests, animal control officer Jim Aitken is retiring.

Phantom visits residents

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Residents at Chalmers Rest Home got a taste of drama when Don Attilio from Phantom of the Opera visited.

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