Sports writer pays for his own ticket.
Ratepayers should say yes to everything.
Rob Shewry holds his first solo gallery art exhibition in Mokau.
New Plymouth Astronomical Society is holding focus months so people see something new each time they visit the observatory.
Children at The CubbyHouse Childcare centre are helping people in cyclone-ravaged Fiji.
As winter closes in, the volunteers working on Drug-Arm Street Vans New Plymouth will be out on the streets giving away free hot cups of soup and drink.
With all the cameras at sporting events these days, and considering their zoom quality and picture definition, it is beyond me why players still continue to commit serious fouls and also take dives
People can make photographs without a camera.
Kirsten Taylor has marked the date for the Jennian Homes Mother's Day Fun Run or Walk in her diary.
Taranaki-raised actress Holly Shanahan is restarting the West Coast Youth Theatre to help youngsters get involved in the performing arts.
Tori Lilley's fascination with Bigfoot will benefit Taranaki children in need and their families.
Leon Vasey travelled 414.8 kilometres doing active exercise during March, despite going on holiday for a week.
When Beau came into the care of the SPCA in November 2014 as a wee kitten, his prognosis wasn't looking particularly positive.
Age is just a number for Josephine Kelly.
All Sareena Cowie wanted was a chance.
Members of The New Plymouth Film Society will be treated to Japanese tea and sushi ahead of their next screening.
Last Wednesday almost 200 people attended the launch of Accelerator.
OPINION: Drama is generally something that you don't want in life, and it is a big part of theatre, but there is little than can beat true sporting drama.
People have more success putting down the cancer sticks when they're supported.
The young bookworm population is increasing in Waitara because of an initiative offering the school children an enhanced library experience.
During the school holidays the Shinkyokushinkai Karate and Kick Boxing Club members want to share their love of martial arts with the community.
Just as it takes two to tango, the journey of fertility treatments has two sides to the story.
Alzheimers Taranaki is seeking sponsorship to support its Wandatrak service
Toyota representatives were at Witt on Friday to see how their donation of a long block common rail diesel motor was helping students.
Ooooby, a business that links organic food growers and consumers, is coming to Taranaki.
OPINION: A couple of weeks ago I wrote about the issue of equal pay for women in sports and was surprised that it didn't receive a bigger reaction. I took this to mean that most agree or that few read the column … I prefer to think the former. Those who did object did so rather vociferously, although I feel they must have stopped reading as soon as they thought I was misguided.
Naki Run Amuck is coming up next month.
By Barry Easton
Taranaki's rural community is invited to a knees-up to put a smile on their dials.
Taranaki people are one step closer to the stars.