A net-bound seal stranded on the Taranaki coast found his happy ending.
People are urged to pick up any rubbish they see on the beach.
It may only be July, but preparations are already well underway for this year's Christmas at the Bowl.
Warea mother Catherine Hewson has turned personal tragedy into an avenue to help others.
Taranaki DHB and the Taranaki Arts Festival Trust have teamed up to promote health and wellbeing via a Stair Challenge.
New Plymouth's Bike Kitchen will open on Saturday, July 11.
Cue Theatre is mixing it up this winter season.
The legacy of Gabby Devine lives on. The 13-year-old died in May from bone cancer and now Francis Douglas Memorial College is holding a major fundraiser to further her wish to help people in Taranaki Base Hospital's children ward.
Screeching tyres is a common thing to hear while on road patrol duty at Vogeltown School.
Hand-made party hats, cake and ice-cream were the order of the day at Vogeltown School when it celebrated its 100th anniversary.
A celebration of vintage machinery will lead to a new sandpit at Huirangi School.
Box Office Boxing Club clients have punched above their weight in a charity food drive.
Stephen Hills' gamble has paid off. The New Plymouth cyclist, who suffers right-side paralysis and seizures, switched from competing on a two-wheeled bike to a trike in a bid to create more opportunity for success.
People can now leave their mark on Vogeltown School.
Max Reesby and Fred Cox were there when the New Plymouth Egmont Lions Club was chartered 40 years ago.
Olivia Dore is now able to stand alone and even take tentative steps forward in her new Hart Walker.
Aden Lowe wants to propagate 1000 trees for the community.
New Zealand has a long way to go before becoming fully dementia-friendly.
New Plymouth Little Theatre is looking for wouldbe pole dancers.
Third time was a charm for Barbara Kuriger.
When archdeacon Jacqui Paterson held her first communion in Holy Trinity Church she was stopped short by a peculiar sight.
There's one soul at Devon Kindergarten that has had a perfect attendance record for more than 30 years.
Heart expert Dr Gerry Devlin believes introducing a sugar tax on items that are unhealthy is one step in the right direction in combating the high obesity rates in New Zealand.
Hundreds of people gathered to snap up a bargain at the Monster Garage Sale.
Taranaki Hospital Historical Society has something you don't see every day.
Bell Block Rugby Sports and Community Club is inviting groups and teams to use its premises.
A one-time performance turned into an attachment that has lasted 10 years for musician Missie Moffat.
No matter the weather, the children at Ngamotu Kindergarten can stay warm and dry while in the elements.
Taranaki Toy Library is hoping to find funding within the pages of books.
Mark O'Rourke Chamberlain, formerly of New Plymouth, is reluctant to release his new book.