A "cutting edge" approach to education using technology is having a big impact in four rural Taranaki schools.
Two office workers, a high school student and a stay-at-home mum are walking 10,000 steps every September day in a bid to help those who cant.
A plush, cuddly bear marks the start of a new life away from the cold sterility of hospitals and cancer treatment for one Okaiawa boy.
Sixteen former classmates celebrated their 60th birthdays with a night-to-remember.
Two different ways of telling a story were unveiled at the Percy Thomson Gallery on Friday.
A roof "shout" will soon be held to celebrate the progress on Stratford's build-a-bach project.
It seems white rabbits can vanish and reappear without the help of a magician.
Cool, clear, quality water is finally on tap at Manaia and Opunake Primary Schools.
Plans to protect the vulnerable wildlife species living at Lake Rotokare by creating a safe zone around the sanctuary are under way.
"We find people that owe money generally don't want to be found," Taranaki private eye says.
A new mobile directory is connecting youth with information about the South Taranaki region.
A crush on a cute girl led the Hawera Brass Band's new musical director into a life-long love of music.
Stratford writer Hilary Jane has a signature that's more popular than most - an old-fashioned sponge filled with cream and jam.
A Hawera man has spent years collecting thousands of beer can tabs in a bid to pay for just 24 hours of one child's medical treatment.
There's still plenty of spaces at SPACE but the parenting programme has found a more stable ground.
The beat of a hundred drums played by Taranaki children pulsated through the region during two special Batterie 100 performances.
Learning about cross-cultural communication is a long way from swimming races but Jordan Wood has proved skilled at both.
Liam Neil is spoilt rotten. He loves pizza and, when he grows up, he's going to mine for gold and diamonds.
Six prominent buildings are about to get a shake up as earthquake strengthening work is carried out in South Taranaki.
A former Taranaki woman is breaking glass ceilings in the medical world.
Former Tall Black Dillon Boucher will bounce into Hawera on a whirlwind visit.
A copse in Manaia honours the men who fell during the battle of Gallipoli.
The final discs detailing the forgotten stories of old Taranaki have been released for future generations.
Playing golf in the United States is going to feel pretty luxurious for a Waverley teenager.
The worst experience of a Waverley woman's life has inspired her to return to school.
A Taranaki charity is looking for volunteers to help them ensure families never have to fight illness alone.
Over the shoulder boulder-holders dropped for a good cause during Hawera's Latch On✓ event.
A Hawera golfer is hoping his golf-swing will open doors as he heads overseas with a university golfing scholarship.
A free new course is launching students up the Patea River and steering a course towards success.
Taranaki residents have access to a unique toolkit that enables the public to create objections to alcohol licence applications.