A debut photographic exhibition in small-town South Taranaki is giving one parlimentary MP a new insight into his family.
Blind Foundation volunteers no longer providing services in Hawera and South Taranaki.
Positive heart and diabetes check statistics reported as TDHB moves focus to childhood obesity.
South Taranaki libraries join computer programming challenge aimed at educating kids.
Hawera may soon be down a public carpark and up a sparkling new Countdown supermarket.
Hawera's annual street festival and Christmas parade expands to entertain families.
A four year-old Hawera boy and his six year-old brother are living proof that miracles do happen.
Taranaki's annual A&P show season has started. One down and two to go.
South Taranaki's leading fighter James Langton is looking for a little battler to support.
Sponsorship is needed for James Langton's upcoming boxing match in Hawera.
Community is helping rebuild rooms and a garden brick by brick at a Hawera rest home.
Month-long fundraising campaign sells 9000 pens nationwide as a support for charity.
A copse at the Manaia Golf Course has been dedicated at 2015 Armistice Day commemorations.
Hawera Hospital's manager has resigned but the Taranaki District Health Board is making moves to assure the community that it won't affect residents.
An early childhood teacher's research has found Ronald Hugh Morrieson✓ may have been a gifted yet troubled under-achiever.
Opunake children join an attempt to break a global cup stacking record on Guinness World Records Day.
Cinderella's happy ending will have to wait, she's waiting on more than just her glass slipper.
Annual patient safety week promotions are encouraging converstations and communication at hospitals around the country.
The bid to support a school's rebuild will see one store hand over a month's profit.
Students at four rural Taranaki schools are hoping they've caught the elusive Moa in the lead up to this year's annual awards.
There will be no magpies in Normanby during the first annual Scarecrow festival.
A brand new $72,0000 outdoor gym is providing Hawera residents with the opportunity to workout for free.
For the first time in his life, Lochlan Prestidge has two hands.
Taranaki's national art awards event is more popular than ever before.
Over 200 people attended South Taranaki's 2015 Youth to Work Awards.
A new Hawera-based singing group has a unique opportunity to represent South Taranaki in front of thousands of people.
Change is the constant in Jennifer and Ken Horner's Hawera garden, Puketarata.
Australian narrator Stig Wemyss is entertaining hundreds of Kiwi kids as he promotes audio book borrowing.
Arts and crafts will be auctioned in the latest bid to raise money for a Taranaki child needing a life-changing operation.