With any luck warm weather will take us through to Womad.
One of the men who helped bring Womad to New Plymouth is now finding great views in the over-65s stands.
Now is the time to organise flu injections.
White-water rafting mates turn social fun into competitive sport.
Post-war birth-rate boom is putting strain on community services more than 65 years later.
Frankley primary school is raising funds so all of its pupils can listen and learn in the classroom like never before.
A New Plymouth primary school is still trying to resolve the school's long-running sewerage problem.
A long serving Taranaki accountant, keen sportsman and family man has been farewelled.
Many freedom campers young foreigners wanting to see the world at a cost they can afford.
Tropfest clouds cleared for the night.
Waitara junior Hip Hop dance crew Orian will compete in the Street Dance New Zealand region
Taranaki Rumble Bees are set to be a brutal force this season on the rink.
The Colson Road North Taranaki animal shelter holds open day to raise money.
Beginner track-coaching sessions are open to boys and girls in Bell Block, with no previous track-riding experience necessary.
Taranaki will play host to the New Zealand BSA Motorcycle Owners Club's 22nd Annual BSA Rally.
Taking part in a Rainbow Run is one of the more colourful experiences Central School pupil Samuel Bell has on his agenda.
The Moustache Milk & Cookie Bus came home during its six-week road trip, Mo Bus' Biggest Office Run.
Project Nak is exclusively for Taranaki mums and mothers-to-be of all ages.
Teacher wants students to be trained in transforming emotions to help solve the nation's social problems.
Netball Taranaki has taken on two new staff members.
Tui Ora's Jenny Kissick qualified to become one of only a handful of nurse practitioners operating in Taranaki.
Renowned harpist Eduard Klassen en route to play in New Plymouth's as part his North Island tour.
Mo Bus' Biggest Office Run is coming to New Plymouth to help raise funds for local SPCA.
Taranaki family will bike the length of the country to raise money and awareness for Alzheimer's.
Neighbourly members like the competition between fuel companies but not happy about the prices.
Aussie choirs tend to have interesting names and the Wagga City Rugby Male Choir is no exception.
The Multi Ethnic Extravaganza provides colour, entertainment and food on a great day for families.
As well as new digs, changes are on the horizon for Volunteering NP when Marie Riordan takes the helm.
Fifty years of working and now there is time to get back on the motorbike.
Son continues in fire-fighting father's footsteps - for 25 years.