A starving abandoned dog survived living wild on the banks of a Taranaki river for six months and even brought up two pups.
The ambitious multi-million dollar modernisation of Pukeiti gardens is well under way and due to move into an extensive building phase in just two months.
The boredom of cancer treatment in hospital inspired New Plymouth girl Gabby Devine to start a charity to help others battling the disease.
A local man with yarns to tell about hunting in Taranaki's most rugged terrain has penned his second autobiography.
Chris Haunton knew there was something seriously amiss when his debilitating headaches were becoming harder to live with.
Morgan Davies has worked hard to organise this year's Christmas at the Bowl.
Taranaki Toy Library has the solution to keeping grandchildren visitors occupied this Christmas.
Families are again being asked to reach into their pockets and help out someone less fortunate this Christmas as the Salvation Army prepares for its annual "Adopt-a-Family" scheme.
Two of Hawera's future sporting greats have scholarships at one of the country's leading secondary schools.
Lucky Luna saved by staff
Staff save kitten from being killed by tonnes of machinery in rubbish pit.
The increasingly popular Seaside Market has burst at the seams and is heading to the other side of New Plymouth to allow even more room for expansion.
Kindy kids from Frankleigh Park Kindergarten can now call themselves professional signwriters.
New Plymouth's first JP, who was also a gambler, as well as soldiers and children are buried in the churchyard of Taranaki Cathedral Church of St Mary.
Eighteen small but fertile garden plots were appraised this week when an annual competition began.
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.
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