Despite the difficulties, working mothers find time to train for 1/4 IronMaori event in Napier.
Hawera's Glover Anderson retires as District president but will continue helping RSA members.
100 Years Ago – 1916
The bombshells are primed and almost ready for their adoring audiences.
The complex world of quilting will be displayed at an upcoming regional show.
The local body elections are over and the dust is settling. Those who were never interested, about 60 per cent of the eligible voters have already gone back to sleep but reserve their rights to grizzle in spite of the fact they never got off their collective chuff to bother voting.
Gym members inspire and support each other in quest for fitness.
Hawera Intermediate staff and students are celebrating their strength as they mark the first anniversary of the fire which destroyed their school on Thursday October 13, 2015.
100 Years Ago - 1916
Germans find their money is no good at home so they move to Belgium to buy food.
Hawera Repertory will stage the 1991 Disney adaption of the classic tale "Beauty and the Beast" in 2017.
A four year project to rejuvenate Stratford's town library culminated in a grand opening ceremony. Over 24,000 literary works are available at the town's brand new library for its 7000 members.
Stratford residents are super satisfied with their little slice of regional paradise.
A Patea woman is using art to draw attention to seabed mining.
Emmy-nominated sound engineer Paul Feenstra and New Zealand novelist will host a number of South Taranaki book talks.
Trust gives families fighting chance to cope with illness and stress of paying bills.
The story of Jane and Brian continues with Jane's tale of an exciting life spent at home, including being robbed at knife point.
Caroline Kara wanted to watch her grandchildren grow up, so she decided it was time to make some changes.
After 55 years of travelling the globe, backpacking and being set upon by pirates, love has finally brought Brian Priest home.
South Taranaki, get set for some serious pyrotechnic explosive fun when the More FM Fireworks Spectacular takes place on Saturday 15 October at the Egmont A & P Show Grounds in Hawera.
Hawera Tennis and Squash Club is upgrading their grass courts as they prepare for a major tournament.
Novice speaker Brody Powell-Robinson✓, 11, is moving up in the speech-making world.
Pioneer Village has about six regular helpers but volunteer coordinator Raewynn Hodge said more were needed to keep the facility functioning and looking tidy.
An Aucklander moved South is starting a Friday night flea market in a bid to liven up "happy Hawera".
A dedicated south Taranaki tertiary education centre concept is receiving cautious support from currently funded providers.
Good news and bad news from World War I battlefields for Taranaki families.
Ngati Ruanui kaiarataki Debbie Ngawera-Packer is one of the founders of Ki Whanau Gym.
Taranaki's biggest book fair to be held over three days in Hawera. Organiser Jill Williams says there will be at least 20,000 books on offer.
Hawera's two new Swedish doctors are surprised and delighted by the town's hustle and bustle.
New Plymouth artist Phil Jones is painting a concrete building in Opunake into a work of art with an electricity safety theme.