Cries of jubilation rang out when a young man was discharged without conviction following the death of his father.
Val West inherited photos of four soldiers, but has no idea who they are.
A New Plymouth couple hope their new venture will have people jumping for joy.
The challenge to have zero waste on site within five years has been taken up by some Taranaki marae.
A top cop has been appointed to address Maori offending rates in Taranaki.
Door-to-door truck shops are a "temptation on wheels" for poor and vulnerable people.
Joshua Gilbert, 13, of CMK Stratford Flyers represented New Zealand at the Australian Age Group championships in Sydney recently.
Friday is Stratford physiotherapist Marie Moir's last day in the role she's held for 26 years.
Mum Dixie is very protective of Brooklands Zoo's new baby capuchin monkey.
A personal WWI letter written by a British monarch has been found in an old long box.
A trio of Waitara residents have appealed a decision that ordered them to pay thousands to the Taranaki Regional Council.
Former head boy Paul Veric is ready to take on the role of being headmaster for his old school.
It was a selection of ales, pilsners and lagers which did the talking at a beer festival this weekend.
David Blake pleads guilty to murdering his mother, despite his lawyer saying he has no memory of it.
Boxes and folders crammed with cards are a potential goldmine for someone who knows what they're looking for.
A Hawera apprentice is laying the pipework for a successful career, winning the New Zealand's top future plumber's award.
Children rejoice, the iconic annual Egmont A&P Show parade is back.
A Government-led search for owners of taonga found washed up on South Taranaki beaches is underway.
Police have released CCTV camera footage of an attempted robbery in a bid to try and identify those involved.
A forgotten letter about World War II has found its way home after being thrown overboard.
Cancer patient Judith Holswich had to wait so long for doctors to diagnose her lung cancer that she now only has months left to live.
Safety standards for trail rides could be hard to enforce, Motorcycle New Zealand president Glen Williams says.
Police take four violent patients to Wellington Hospital for sedation after they tripped out on fake acid.
Police have released the name of a man who died after plunging over a bridge in central New Plymouth.
Three blocks of footpaths in New Plymouth's CBD will be replaced in coming weeks.
A deal has been struck which will help promote business excellence across Taranaki.
New Plymouth's Holy Trinity Church has come a long way since smelly black beetles fell from the thatched roof on to parish members.
An elderly man was trapped in his car today as heavy rain and thunderstorms hit the North Island.
Len Houwers is offering to help out a struggling millionaire.
Police station closures might see more police on the streets but is symptomatic of a much bigger problem, says the Police Association.