The mirror-like surface on New Plymouth's multi million-dollar Len Lye Centre is being uncovered today.
Americarna car destroyed
An elderly couple on their way home from Taranaki's Americarna festival have suffered horrific injuries in a crash caused by a tourist driver.
Vintage vehicle enthusiasts fwill converge on the Stratford showgrounds this weekend.
South Taranaki's foodbanks are making big changes to stop people double dipping.
Taranaki high schools have no plans to follow an Auckland school by handing out condoms.
Card craze to help SPCA
The lastest supermarket collectibles craze will eventually help the SPCA give unwanted animals a new home.
Those with an appreciation of the body beautiful are now doubly well served in what was once a New Plymouth night spot.
OPINION: NZ First leader Winston Peters disclosed on Waitangi Day he was considering running for the vacant Northland seat at the by-election on March 28.
TSB, which has written off a $53.9m loan, and other banks look at a package to keep miner afloat.
Pretty panels set for Womad
Tatyana Glassie is the youngest of a group of artists who have been raiding harakeke bushes around Taranaki.
The new owners of the White Hart Hotel in Hawera have big dreams.
Man will appear in court after allegedly stabbing another man in Normanby last night.
A Rudolf Steiner based playgroup is looking for a new home.
A group of Waitara residents wants the town to form its own council.
The amount ratepayers pay \next year will depend on the district they live in.
Shaun Biesiek, 41, hopes to make his way onto a national young leaders committee.
An overhaul of how rates are divvied up in the district has been called for by Taranaki businesses.
Good place to be on a hot day
New Plymouth users of the controversial Monster Slide NZ came away mostly happy and injury-free yesterday.
Man rescued from Mt Taranaki after he got stuck climbing down from the summit yesterday.
Americarna could be back on Taranaki roads sooner than expected, event organisers say.
Forged from military might, Okato has become the pinnacle of rural prosperity.
Lady Beverley Reeves wanted to find out what kind of man her great-great-grandfather Robert Reid Parris really was.
Local flying enthusiasts got a chance to check out the new World War II replica P51 Mustang aircraft.
Wendy and Peter Niederberger have provided shelter for children in state care for about 10 years.
'Everyone's having a good time'
Hundreds line Devon St to enjoy lively atmosphere and shiny Americarna convoy.
Taranaki has 10 more defibrillators thanks to the Department of Medicine Charitable Trust.
Taranaki Cathedral will become New Zealand's first active participant in the worldwide Cross of Nails movement.
Want or need?
Cost-cutting councillors told to back off from slashing spending in poor area.
Taranaki and Auckland drivers struggle to pass restricted licence test while Otago-Southland drivers find success.
Andrew Little says MP did not know her mother faced charges when lodging questions on welfare cheating.
Bell Block residents are frustrated at what they see as "stall tactics" from businessman.
Nearly 600 American cars come to Inglewood's for first big party of festival.
A day out of the office was put to good use for Taranaki business people.
Chairman of the Taranaki Iwi Trust has a new job at a controversial mining company.
Toddler suffers stroke
Two-year-old Keara Fraser had open heart surgery and suffered a stroke.
After buying a dairy herd and leasing dairy farms for several years, a forward-thinking Taranaki rugby club has taken the next step.
Labour MP Carmel Sepuloni's mother appeared in court today and will face a judge next week.
While bank staff are used to dealing with money, it's their kindness they have been doling out lately.
Dirty nappies dumped by freedom campers are sullying the idyllic bach community of Tongaporutu.
New Plymouth learner drivers are no worse than their counterparts in other regions, but many are woefully unprepared for their tests, a driving instructor says.
Taranaki riders are ready to compete in the national American Quarter Horse National Show this week.
Ratepayers will no longer be paying for new artworks for the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery.
'They don't make cars like this today'
Couple with shared love of American cars heads to New Plymouth in 1961 Chevrolet Corvette for Americarna Festival.
Dietician wants time-out on practice of giving children junk food as a reward for playing sport.
Neighbours of New Plymouth's wastewater plant object to council plan to spread sludge onto land.
It is orca spotting season in Taranaki, and DOC is asking people to record their sightings.
Labour leader Andrew Little stands down his welfare spokeswoman after her mother was accused of benefit fraud.
Medals belonging to a World War I soldier have a Napier woman on the hunt for his relatives.
The power of social media was demonstrated when the three men responsible for ripping out lights from trees outside The Devon Hotel in New Plymouth were identified within 48 hours.
As a car on the wrong side of the road came towards her, Maria Tairawhiti was terrified for the safety of her children sitting behind her.
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