Kiwis are not turning educational achievement into workplace productivity.
This week, Stuff relaunches the Faces of Innocents project and introduces a new concept - the Child Victim Toll.
New Plymouth Troopers, a leisure marching team for older ladies, is seeking new members.
New game craze is getting people off the couch and on to the streets.
Co-ordinator aware of how much work is still to be done around family violence.
Lions clubs' contributions push We Heart Taranaki campaign above $1.2 million.
Finding out what services are out there will be easier when the Maternity Services roadshow launches in Waitara on Wednesday August 3.
Dr Emily Roberts will talk about Project Hotspot during the Nga Motu Marine Reserve Society's annual meeting.
Breastfeeding mothers are invited to join La Leche League for the Latch On event at the Len Lye Centre on August 5.
Imagine packing your belongings into a box or two and spending six months cramped in a boat headed towards the other side of the world. these were the conditions faced by settlers of New Plymouth in 1841.
Eight-year-old boy raises money to save kiwi and gets a chance to meet one, up close and personal.
Louise Godfrey is looking for more generous people to link into her Community Angels Facebook page.
From Wednesday July 27 people can sign up for their Walk To Work $1 hot drink card at participating cafes.
New Plymouth-born man, Jamie Banks, makes it to Japan's national Toastmasters finals with his speech about racism.
Rumpus Room in New Plymouth is about to launch Ponycycles in child and adult sizes.
Time to tell the truth about the Perpetual Investment Fund.
Sister Act makes history in New Plymouth.
Twelve children joined four prominent Taranaki musicians for a three-day songwriting workshop at Access Radio Taranaki.
Classical guitar music thrives in New Plymouth.
The Rotary Club of New Plymouth is calling all golf enthusiasts to take part in the Harcourts Charity Golf Tournament on November 11.
Throughout her career as a pharmacist, Zara Brouwers was constantly meeting clients who wanted more support to wellness.
New Plymouth's Bike Kitchen, a place where people learn to fix their own bikes, starts again at Escape Coffee.
North Taranaki SPCA is about to start its first after school kids' club.
Nice is OK but we can do much better.
"When I meet my parents, I want to be able to communicate the things I want to communicate."
Red Cross Taranaki keeps community warm.
Charity benefits from knitters' skill.
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