No more batteries, please.
Cat curfew would save native birds.
Historically, Taranaki's strength upfront.
Okato yoga teacher is now more passionate than ever about saving the wild Asian elephant.
On May 30, at a session in Frankley School, the BDO Cyclist Skills Training reached the milestone of having reached 4000 pupils in the North Taranaki area.
Meals On Wheels recipients will not only have their cockles warmed by vittles this winter, but by knitted blankets too.
New Plymouth counsellor, Sylvia Huitson, wants to help address New Zealand's family violence problem.
Red Cross New Plymouth is now running monthly silent auctions in the foyer of its Gill St service centre.
They could be found in a flax bush, quickly darting away when people approach. They could be found in your garden sunning themselves on a rock.
All knitter-bugs are invited to celebrate World Wide Knit In Public Day.
OPINION: Media pass provides new opportunity.
Taxidermied kiwi will help Hospice Taranaki providing free palliative care to people in Taranaki
New Plymouth Imogen Woods wants to help children unleash their inner actor or actress.
People can learn to march to the beat of their own drum during the Performing Arts Collective's new workshops.
Taranaki Toy Library now has explorer kits for budding scientists.
Grey Power has shifted operations to the Powderham Business Centre, opposite the Salvation Army entrance.
Stress is part of being a performer.
Saturday's league game is a must for Taranaki sports fans.
Paying our fair share makes us a community.
People are challenged to go junk free in June.
Just above the main street in New Plymouth Denise Newland has settled in as an artist.
Taranaki Women's Refuge urges people to clean out their closets.
"I was really looking to make something that would compliment the architecture rather than compete with it."
Taranaki Environment Centre has created a drop-off zone for those annoying, unwanted or broken small electronic items.
New Plymouth 80-year-old, Peter Sheaf, just completed the Rotorua Half Marathon.
Janica Amoore and her 7-year-old daughter, Miro, cycled around 22 of New Plymouth's playgrounds and found most of them deserted.
Picking up a fashionable bargain could help women feel their best during job interviews.
Wool and Yarn Taranaki shop is looking for knitters to help them with a community project, knitting jerseys for children in need.
Mark Cleaver is a plasterer by day, but in the evenings and at the weekends he's a darts pro.
There's more to Hospice Taranaki's services than meets the eye.