Denise Phillips has undergone a ground-breaking half-match bone marrow transplant, and it's been a success.
Nancy Payne celebrated her 90th birthday by sending the New Plymouth blind indoor bowls team off to the nationals in style.
Dispensing optician Peggy Savage has her eyes on Kuala Lumpur.
Residents along Coronation Avenue, New Plymouth, want people to stop using their street as a car sales yard.
Memories of old-time yachting and Port Taranaki will set sail on Labour Weekend.
Play is one of the most potent learning experiences for children.
Walkers can now take a pit stop on Wallace Place.
Sometimes you don't really understand someone else until you walk in their shoes.
Stan the cat has another chance at life.
The tropical sound of steel drums can be heard from Teiron Jones' Waitara home after four of his friends made a special trip from Muscat, Oman, to see him.
Puke Ariki Libraries have mental health reading material covered.
People can help disadvantaged children in India by making bids at the Art For Orphans auction this weekend.
Fresh-faced Taranaki talent shone on stage during a youth production at 4th Wall Theatre.
"If you want a job done, ask busy people."
Bikes were dusted off, walking shoes were recovered from the depths of the closet and bus schedules studied during the 2014 Great Fresh Air Workplace Challenge.
JEFF STONE - NORTH TARANAKI MIDWEEK - Taranaki
A cold wind was blowing but the atmosphere was warm at the opening of the Marfell Streetscape Project on Cook St last Thursday morning.
Devon Intermediate School is the first in the country to become involved in The Big NZ Challenge.
Age was no barrier, and nor was the wind, when cyclists met to celebrate the International Day of Older Persons.
Taranaki Disabilities Information Centre Trust is turning 30 and celebrating in style.
It's that time of year again.
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