Mobility scooter user, Kylie Wilson, struggles to get around sandwich boards, tables and chairs, and wheelie bins in New Plymouth's main street.
Planning ahead, giving one instruction at a time, learning a different kind of patience, and assuming more responsibility around home life are all things that Nora Banks has done to help her husband, Brian, who has dementia.
Working mothers and mums to be are invited to meet with the La Leche League for evening meetings.
Pukekura Kindergarten children now have a brand new bathroom.
Walkers in Waitara will now be easier to see after dark thanks to $1000 of high visibility gear donated by Top Stitch Branding Solutions.
People stop pianist in street to tell him how much they enjoyed his playing.
Sustainable gardens attract the intrepid, those who don't mind mess.
Waimea Bowling Club's AED unit was paid for by the Department of Medicine Charitable Trust.
Performing Arts Collective wants to turn back the clock for its new production, Rewind.
Sometimes the best thing to do when someone close to you is really down is ask that difficult question; have you thought about suicide?
Young dancers have impressed their examiners
Four Spotswood College teenagers are exercising their brain power.
It's time to start taking more of an ambulance at the top of the cliff approach to protecting New Zealand's birds.
Waitara walkers are making a positive difference in their lives.
Despite the publicity family violence figures continue to soar.
If you give someone a piece of clay, the end result will always be so different.
Group discusses harm that alcohol does to people in Taranaki.
It's not too late to start enjoying $1 coffee on Wednesday mornings.
Kara Wasley, diagnosed with breast cancer in January, has just finished her last round of chemotherapy.
Kind-hearted knitters donate merino hats for chemotherapy patients.
Recycling has always been a big part of Roz Liddell's ethos.
Friday August 26 is the Cancer Society's annual flagship Daffodil Day.
Brendan Cresswell can't drive but calls himself a "car nut".
New Plymouth audiences benefit from sharing of talented singers and musicians.
Members of the social website, Neighbourly, support compulsory micro chipping of cats.
Governance role requires the strength and wisdom of a super hero.
Taranaki Toy Library is about to hold its annual Kids Book Sale.
Landlords must ensure smoke alarms are in working order.
Not all of us are aware of the extent of the involvement in the park George has had over the years.