What was once a dream has turned into a reality for the Lantern House Trust.
Pupils at Devon Intermediate School are building a bright future for themselves.
Children involved in the Big Brothers Big Sisters programme now have funding to chase special interests.
Andy and Sheri Hay will soon welcome their daughter Monique back to Taranaki.
Laughter and playful tackles abounded at Devon Intermediate School's staff versus students rugby match.
Chris Cockitt wants the thoughtless thieves who took her number plate to return it.
Mountaineer Ian McAlpine remembers the first time he climbed Mt Taranaki.
Sue Carter has compiled a book about Taranaki's eco-community Katikara.
Fabric-aholics will be in their element at a fundraiser for Hospice Taranaki.
Taranaki fisher folk are welcoming the a new study into the value of recreational fishing.
Participating in the SPCA's Cupcake Day celebrations has become a tradition at Devon Intermediate School.
Plans are afoot to update the Brooklands Park Nature Walk and reintegrate it in schools.
Points of historical interest and nature's treasures are uncovered during the Friends of Pukekura Park public walks.
Fairy stories went from being fantastical to real for children at Urenui School when they presented their production A Twisted Tale.
Graeme Weston has just won an exciting addition to his coin and stamp collection.
Adara Segedin will have her work cut out for her helping New Zealand fashion designers.
When the Martin family were faced with a decision to give a stray kitten surgery or put it down the answer was clear.
Tropical sounds of ukuleles are warming the children at BestStart ABC New Plymouth this winter.
The most important meal of the day is taken care of at Marfell School.
New Plymouth Girls' High School's Amnesty International committee held activities to coincide with activism support manager Margaret Taylor's visit.
A trip to Africa in the early 1990s prompted Margaret Taylor to make a difference.
The Let's Go Fresh Air Challenge is about to start and the gloves are already off.
Taranaki Toy Library's held its first book sale earlier this month and raised more than $2000, which will go towards operational costs and toy replacement.
Once a month, after an intensive exercise session at the YMCA gym, people with pulmonary problems enjoy a special afternoon tea put on by volunteers.
People can easily alter their overall health in a big way by focusing on small things.
A piece that was originally a bird bath won potter Graham Mulvay the top award in New Plymouth Potters annual exhibition
Olive Beu remembers Joe Burke and Al Dubin's 1930 song I'm Dancing With Tears In My Eyes.
Taranaki fitness bunnies may end up on TV after a free fitness workshop with Lee-Anne Wann.
At Pukekura Kindergarten, funding from obscure knowledge is going down the toilet.
Kunming Garden pagoda may stand proudly in Pukekura Park but Taranaki's wet climate is proving a challenge to the colourful structure.