The ever-changing Taranaki coastline might have claimed a new victim.
The newly detailed plans push the upgrades to around $400,000 over budget.
Taranaki is mourning the loss of Whero Bailey, a much loved and respected figure in Maoridom.
In order for a sign to be fit-for-purpose, it needs to be able to be read.
Taranaki gets another tourist destination with an attraction trailblazing into town.
Organisers banking on generosity ahead of Taranaki's annual food drive.
Rockettes and Hi-Glow record gets another spin.
The sizzle of sausages was a great incentive to leaning about the dangers of drugs.
A paroled sex offender is accused of trying to get in touch with one of his crime victims.
Once upon a time, a hui at the pā would be attended by hundreds of people.
Man just walked up to a search party, the day after he went missing.
South Taranaki's annual Arts in the Park craft fair was a day for family fun in the sun.
Taranaki people have shown their generous side by providing 1300 shoeboxes full of Christmas pressies for children.
The murder of Niki Goodwin in 1995 made legal history, and shocked the nation.
The landfill agreement was rubbished by one councillor
Councillors have made it so going over budget is not an option for the Queen St streetscape.
Due to high levels of blue-green algal bloom Lake Rotokare is closed to all users.
Surfers are pausing on paddling out with the cancellation of next year's Easter Masters.
Husband and wife have been principals for nearly three decades but now it's time to move on.
"There will be some delays for priority items but our aim is to deliver as many of these as possible on Saturday."
Eltham is being targeted by burglars most nights of the week.
It was meant to be a fun night, but this beach bonfire turned bloody.
A notoriously smelly dump is cleaning up its act.
The Russian Ballet brought magic to life when they came to town.
This crossbow threat was "particularly cruel".
"Families with a child with complex needs often have to move - they've got no other choice."
Time, talent and tenacity - this is what it has taken for the members of the Rotary Club of Waitara to build the Children's Retreat (Wooden Playhouse) that they are raffling to raise funds, primarily for the Taranaki Rescue Helicopter.
Think you're too smart to be a victim of fraud? Think again.
Property investors are looking to the regions, with commercial sales in Taranaki jumping to $55m this year.
"If you think about it, it's living artwork. It's artwork with an expiration."