Care-givers' work is mentally and physically demanding and they have been underpaid for generations.
Colonel Malone's daughter is appointed to the National Bank of New Zealand's London office.
"There's really strong evidence that renewable energy technology is going to create lots more jobs."
"Obviously I feel a lot of pressure when I get a high break to keep going to get more."
Stratford's dawn service was one of many held around Taranaki this Anzac Day.
The weather was perfect for the Anzac Day services held around the mountain on Tuesday.
New Plymouth District Council wins an award for its work identifying waahi tapu sites.
High quality performances were on show at Taranaki's annual regional Shakespeare festival.
Hawera High School international students made the most of their first event for the year.
A Hawera-born woman has won a scholarship in memory of a Hawera-born business leader.
As the days become shorter, the mornings become darker and the start of the new farming financial year approaches, a lot of people start to think about their futures.
South Taranaki Coastguard is looking for another radio operator.
The Southern Rugby Club have supplied players with pink socks in celebration of their special ladies.
Former flatmates to battle it out in the national Young Farmer of the Year competition.
A woman asked what a community was lacking and started a business from there.
He was beloved by New Plymouth and his great mate Jemima. Jala the otter will be missed.
"We all are actually worried, it's just unlike him to do this."
Sporting talent runs in the family for these two Taranaki netballers.
Sarah Haden wants to be an international model, with some cognitive psychology thrown in.
He likes to disappear for days - but it turns out Simba's been involved with another woman.
New seabed mining information sought will add to costs for opposition groups fighting proposal
"Who knows what is going to happen in life, I've probably looked into it but who knows what is going to happen."
Vietnam was an unpopular war, but three Taranaki soldiers who went away were proud to serve their country.
After a hugely successful event last year, the carnival is back in New Plymouth.
Gareth Hughes thinks it's better to plan on a transition than leaving it to fate, and people losing jobs.
A night time photo shoot of the Taranaki sky offered a sight rarely seen so far north.
A new campaign is highlighting the need for cyclists and walkers to make sure they can be seen when out at night.
Farmers are taking advantage of a free agri-chemical recycling scheme.
Public fear of Robinson helicopters is increasing the risk to those who fly them, a Taranaki pilot says.
Taranaki/Manawatu dairy farmer James Lawn is in the FMG Young Farmer of the Year grand final.