New Plymouth District Council and Police are coming down hard on parents who park badly outside the school gate.
Mothers with questions about feeding their babies are invited to join lactation consultant Anne Cullen for coffee.
Discovering the Women's Suffrage monument, finding out about a redesigned entrance and uncovering a little-known dell were all part of a Friends of Pukekura Park tiki tour.
Residents at Rhapsody Lifecare rest home have cultivated a worm farm and are now selling the wee as fertiliser.
Organisers of the Big Night Out For Heart are looking for rock stars with a conscience.
People are invited to join in prayer, dance or music for world peace.
At a time when Taranaki's economy has slowed somewhat, rising youth unemployment is a concern.
Residents on Hurford Road are getting mixed messages by the New Plymouth District Council about its new rubbish reigmeme.
Kangatraining and Taranaki Babywearers have combined forces to organise a school holiday boredom buster event for the whole family.
Fabric-a-brac proved more popular than ever this year.
While adult colouring books may be all the rage, people on the annual fine art drawing course in New Plymouth were taking the concept one step further.
Walkers are needed to raise funds for those who can't take a step without aid.
Gabby Devine's random acts of kindness will now spread a little further.
You can take Jeni Quince out of the heart of Moturoa, but you can't take the love of Moturoa out of her.
After spending many years in war-torn countries, former nurse Philippa Parker is pleased to be back on New Plymouth soil.
Age Concern Taranaki invites people of all ages to join them in celebrating International Day of Older Persons with a stroll around Pukekura Park.
It was a roof shout with a difference at Witt last week.
Pat Swanson has stocked up on Whittakers chocolate, New Zealand related pins and a whole lot of licorice for his trip to Japan.
Professor Richard Faull credits his upbringing in Taranaki for the outlook on life that's helped him help people with brain disease.
Despite the nasty gale-force winds and rain about 180 people donned purple T-shirts and walked along New Plymouth's Coastal Walkway for the Alzheimers Taranaki Memory Walk.
New Plymouth Women's Centre has just celebrated its 40th anniversary.
Youth will learn how to make a positive impact on the environment during a free two-day eco event held during the school holidays.
New Zealand could double its yearly refugee quota, Red Cross national president Dr Jenny McMahon says.
Raybern Entertainment is about to put on A Bit of a Do For The Helicopter Crew.
Three years after co-founding the Taranaki Neonatal Parent Support Group, chairwoman Philippa Gray is stepping down.
New Plymouth's The Salvation Army is encouraging people to sleep rough on World Homeless Day.
So much is made of those five words, and yet, despite all my searching, I can find only one sport that comes close to defining it. Many sports make mention of it, even in their laws, but stop short of actually defining it. Ironically, the one sport that comes close to a definition is golf, a sport that relies heavily on the players to know the rules and police them themselves.
Cliff Harvey wants to cut through the confusion of fad diets and offer solid advice on how to be healthier without calorie or macronutrient counting.
Christmas has come early at Santa's Choice Christmas Trees in New Plymouth.
Robert Jagger from Inglewood has released a book about his experiences as a gunner in the Korean war.