Midweek

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School cricketers on good wicket

Devon cricketers were bowled over when they received $1500 of new gear.

Local body tax debate

PAUL PETERS - NORTH TARANAKI MIDWEEK - © Fairfax NZ News

Any move to impose additional taxes to fund local government should be decided by a community referendum, says New Plymouth District Mayor Andrew Judd.

Pippin long-time resident at SPCA

YVETTE BATTEN - NORTH TARANAKI MIDWEEK - © Fairfax NZ News

ntmcatstrap Pippin the cat is desperately seeking a new home.

Full steam ahead

WAITARA ALIVE - NORTH TARANAKI MIDWEEK - © Fairfax NZ News

ntmrailstrap The last couple of months at The Waitara Railway Preservation Society have been busy ones and some new funding awards will ensure they will be kept busy during the coming winter months.

Heatherlea rest home on a mission to find history

YVETTE BATTEN -NORTH TARANAKI MIDWEEK - © Fairfax NZ News

ntmhestrap Staff and residents at Radius Heatherlea rest home want to find out more about the building they work and live in.

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