Are these the future stars of Taranaki kapahaka?
Mayor unopposed but former mayor Brian Jeffares is facing competition on the TRC.
Boyboy Campbell advises others to "tell yourself you're worth it and make the change".
"I just love the speed now."
New technology may be trialed to help make one-lane bridges safer.
A Taranaki Regional Council workshop will show ring plain gardeners how to create their own haven in the country.
Eltham soldier returns to the war zone despite being wounded 17 times.
And Nan still gets the medal - once the students have all seen it of course.
The Fairfax media team in Hawera are looking forward to moving into a modern new office.
Hawera's Fairy Godmother has had one of her wishes granted - a shiny new van to carry kai to hungry kids around South Taranaki.
IronMaori concept proves to be key to weight-loss success.
The smiling child on the CF Awareness Week posters is a young lady who's very good at cartwheels.
One-hundred-and-fifty individuals have collaborated on Lysaght Watt gallery's latest exhibition.
Voluntary euthanasia - yes or no? Opposing views air in Hawera later this month.
A collection of New Zealand's most iconic artists is on display in Stratford.
Friday August 26 is the Cancer Society's annual flagship Daffodil Day.
Natural gas production is the key to the economic success enjoyed in Taranaki.
"The support is amazing, absolutely amazing."
A group of green-fingered youngsters are nurturing natives with the help of some local lions.
Life challenges can bring Positive Outcomes
Ian Armstrong is stepping down from his role as a South Taranaki District councillor after 30 years on governing boards.
Taranaki stitching enthusiasts featured strongly in the prize lists at a recent national gathering of embroidery experts.
A selection of news items from the last 100 years of the Hawera Star - now the Taranaki Star.
Conmen took thousands of dollars from her account after making a cold call - but her bank has been able to trace the cash.
"If you don't have a position to push from you're pretty ineffectual so I've been fortunate to be on council,"- Mike Powell, South Taranaki District Councillor.
South Taranaki is part of a crucial health survey run nationwide.
Land confiscations still having an effect today.
Former manager of Taranaki Star collects snippets from previous issues.