It's not only people that need love on Valentine's Day.
Staff and students at Sacred Heart Girls' College started the school year with a sunny surprise.
It's time to show off your pride and joy.
Reporter Yvette Batten is taking a peek at the less visible aspects of Puke Ariki. This week we speak with Social History Collection curator Megan Wells about the storage of items kept by Puke Ariki.
Classic bikes will be put the test on Friday.
Joshua Makea and Cindy Leong created a bit of history when they were presented with their Certificate in Trade Skills from WITT last month.
Darrell Pearce urges people to look after their hearts.
Kathryn Williams is about to release a book about growing up in the 1960s in Taranaki, but she needs a couple more things before it's published.
As bells began to ring in the new school year last week, Police, Roadsafe Taranaki and pupils from various high schools were out delivering safety messages to parents.
Whether it's running through the mud or participating in a Masterchef-style competition, the children on the No Limits! programme had opportunity after opportunity for personal growth.
As children head back to school, the crackdown on parents parking poorly outside the gate continues.
In 2002 Steve Drummond was told he'd be in a wheelchair within the decade.
Courtney Hamill has turned her life around. About six months ago the 16-year-old was struggling with depression and hadn't attended school for almost two years.
On Fridays and Saturdays Alex Nash travels into the back-blocks of Urenui where, with the aid of her horses, she helps troubled youth.
In the coming weeks reporter Yvette Batten is taking a peek at the less visible aspects of Puke Ariki. This week we speak with Heritage Collection Pictorial Collection curator Chanelle Carrick about the process for new acquisitions.
New Plymouth's premiere open water swim event is about to celebrate 100 years.
Financial pressure of taking care of cats and kittens at the North Taranaki SPCA shelter this summer has been eased.
In the coming weeks reporter Yvette Batten is taking a peek at Puke Ariki. This week we speak with Heritage Collection lead Andrew Moffat about the team and its function.
People out for a Sunday stroll on the Coastal Walkway can have a pit stop and get a classy new hairdo at the Cuts 4 Cause event.
Body building has helped Maria Dunlop live with rheumatoid arthritis.
A little bit of Africa has made its way to the walls of Red Cross' service centre in New Plymouth.
Kids' Market has a new home.
Michelle Yandle has released her second book in 12 months.
People can expect things to get a little crazy during The Mad Hatter's Tea Party, a fundraiser for Conductive Education Taranaki Trust.
Welcome back everyone as we start a new year.
Children receiving treatment during the festive season were given a reason to smile from the Calendar Club in Centre City.
Women are encouraged to have a go at mountain biking on the Mangamahoe trail.
As summer gets into full swing, users of New Plymouth's Coastal Walkway are reminded to be courteous to one another.
Adam Prestney is is about to participate in a car rally, but he's not sure if he'll finish in the car he will start out with.
People can make a wish to benefit Starlit HOPE at Rumpus Room.