St Joseph's New Plymouth have proved they are the brainiest of them all.
Lizzy the dog causes chaos at the kennels in Corinne Crowe's new book.
All volunteers are welcome at the Cancer Society's Taranaki Centre.
Marley the cat is now ready for adoption.
Plans to establish a new North Taranaki Aero Club are no longer up in the air.
It's time to buy a Cookie Time Christmas Cookie-bucket. For the next few weeks, Cookie Time will take orders for the buckets of bite-size cookies.
Ice Electrical apprentice Christian Gavisan-Moratti was named Taranaki's top apprentice at last week's Engineering Taranaki Consortium Apprenticeship Awards.
This last weekend has certainly reminded us of the frailty of our traditionally recognised summer sports of cricket and tennis. Now I know many will put forward other sports, even my year-round golf, but cricket and tennis remain the big two … for now.
Authorities are concerned about driver speed past stationary school buses. Reporter Yvette Batten was invited on a school bus run to witness the speeds.
Asia-Rose Blowfield didn't want presents at her birthday celebrations.
A book written by two New Plymouth authors is helping to bring back the Kokako bird to Taranaki.
People could be forgiven for thinking all their Christmas' had come at once when lots of people dressed in santa suits run along East End and Fitzroy Beach.
New Plymouth's Terry Parkes keeps offering fun and festivities to help raise money towards a new $3.6 million angiography machine and suite for the people of Taranaki.
By Callum Williamson, Taranaki Safe Families Trust.
Cheating seems to be taking so much of the sports headlines at present, mostly of course because of the court case against Chris Cairns.
CanTeen Taranaki has a new youth worker.
A New Plymouth five-year-old, who has never had his hair cut, is about to take the plunge for charities.
Taranaki people are urged to get behind a bid to bring conductive education here.
New Plymouth Operatic is gearing up for its 2016 production, Sister Act.
Red Cross is the recipient of Ryman Healthcare's fundraising for the next year.
SPCA is holding an Xmas Market Day and Car Boot sale on Sunday November 29 at the op shop on Devon St. It will run from 10am to 2pm with deals galore inside and outside the shop.
Creating more leadership opportunities for pupils is something on which teacher Pat Swanson wants to place an emphasis after a trip to Japan.
As the royal fever reached fever pitch during their visit to New Plymouth one woman and her dog sat among the crowd at Brooklands Park patiently waiting.
Barnardos and The Warehouse teamed up to help young people in need.
Children with special needs will have more tactile or larger learning resources thanks to a random act of kindness from Red Cross.
Now that we've held the cup for more than a week it's time to start thinking about other sports.
One of the things highlighted by the New Horizons Aotearoa project is the importance of having great mentors.
One good turn deserved another for the Millen Family.
Fitzroy Care and Craft Centre is holding an open day for potential guests and people who want to share their skills.
Residents at Ultimate Care Rhapsody have tuned into their creative talents for the fair day to be held on November 12.