People snapped with bikes obscuring number plates on the back of vehicles could face a fine of up to $200.
People can snap up a bargain and support a good cause at the Monster Garage Sale.
New Plymouth HospiceShops Antiques and Collectibles auction, held on Sunday May 17, set a record for money raised.
As far as 15-year-old Robyn Gordon is concerned Ayrshires are the only breed worth farming.
A new charitable trust in North Taranaki is starting an op shop in New Plymouth.
As soon as New Plymouth woman Eloise Pollard found out about the Nepal Earthquake she was on the phone trying to organise a fundraising event.
Hospital display celebrates the role of nurses down the decades
Nurses from New Plymouth who served in World War I have finally been recognised.
Getting wetsuits and equipment to Experiencing Marine Reserves programme events just got easier.
Bell Block Playgroup is about to celebrate 30 years.
Two St Pius X School pupils have won their spots in a trip to the Poor Knights Islands.
When Taranaki Air Patrol put out the call for fresh volunteers earlier this year, more than 40 people came forward to become eyes in the skies.
Taranaki Women's Refuge and New Plymouth Emergency Shelter Trust clients have been given a further hand-up from Red Cross.
Inglewood author Janet Hunt wants to share her newfound love of the sea.
Children in the learn to swim class at Coastal Aquatics had a big, blue surprise visitor.
A New Plymouth jeweller has taken "try before you buy" to a whole new level with a 3D printer.
Various health groups gathered to mark Disability May Affect You Day, otherwise known as Mayday.
Meals on Wheels needs more helpers.
Laura Griffiths is about attend an international singing course.
Puke Ariki's latest exhibition gives people the chance to step into the shoes of a war hero.
Child safety in cars is the focus of Worldwide Global Road Safety Week.
New Plymouth will soon be glowing from the light of cyclists.
Potluck Art Club wants to everyone to have a go at art.
Alma Gilbert knows the secret to a long life.
Joep Vergroesen wants to help people connect with Taranaki artists.
In just three years Upbeat Glee Club has gone from a small choir to myriad child voices.
An Inglewood family have started a Givealittle page to support their friend in Nepal.
Ray Lock, one of the oldest bus drivers in the country, has retired.
Dress for Success New Plymouth is opening a pop-up shop.
Donna Hitchcock is about to learn how to ignite the Spark of Life in alzeimers patients.