South Taranaki's annual Arts in the Park craft fair was a day for family fun in the sun.
Eltham is being targeted by burglars most nights of the week.
Nowell's Lakes now has lots of new swan plants and kowhai trees thanks to communities volunteers.
A Taranaki father and son are planning to return to complete their Mt Everest trek cut short by injury.
After the first meeting in Hawera, Neighborhood Support is off to recruit in Patea.
The Village Art Gallery of Eltham turns 15 during a very festive time of year.
Osteoarthritis diagnosis changed the focus but not the fitness.
Take note, the Coastguard's radio frequency has moved.
Counsellor of more than 15 years is excited to work with the youth of South Taranaki.
Family violence taints society and is an indictment on us all.
Hawera's sole Christmas tree growers will not plant again.
Manaia Primary School pledge against domestic violence - and it's going to displayed for years to come.
King Edward Park has been given nothing but brilliant feedback since the Garden Spectacular
You can swim between the flags from Saturday - if the sea is warm enough.
Hawera's Jamie Noakes has come out on top of 2,700 other New Zealanders, bringing home a national award.
Vincent Nuku is two months away from a year free of cigarettes.
MP for Whanganui Chester Borrows outlines the thorny issues around the Waitara Lands Bill.
He came planning to stay nine months and 52 years later he's still in Hawera.
While the sun shone and a variety of floats went by, it would be hard not to enjoy a parade on a November evening.
Taranaki's Young Enterprise Scheme winners, 53 Streetwear, are having a three-day pop up shop.
Artist Paul Rangiwahia holds Hawera so close to his heart, he wants to use his art for good.
When 40 scarecrows come to town where do the birds go?
"People are calling more, and more and more, and getting great service. We're starting to see the true harm out there"
It's a horticultural war but they're winning it.
No end in Sight for artist's fears for environment and future.
Wild spring tides reveal the skeletal remains of a ship that sank nearly 150 years ago.
100 Years Ago – 1916
Who nose what day it is on Friday?
It takes more than buffeting winds, squally showers and earthquakes to stop the fun at Waverley's annual A and P Show.
A free green waste dump site is looking likely to close, after ongoing abuse by illegal dumpers.