Compiled from the archives of Taranaki Star's published 25, 50 and 100 years ago.
Market day raising funds for Kai Kitchen.
Stratford business put on the scrap heap.
Tai Chi boost for better health.
NZ artists value Lysaght Watt Trust Art Award.
Hawera's state of the art new disability-friendly support building was opened by disabilities issues minister Nicky Wagner on Wednesday.
Students can get fit at Witt.
Excerpts from publications of the Taranaki Star, written 25, 50 and 100 years ago and compiled by Cliff Hunt.
Teams of school children will scour Taranaki beaches in search of trash in a bid to restore the region's coastlines to their formerly pristine state.
A list of local entrepreneurs will come together to help an injured school teacher recover from a major car accident.
Stratford's Brian Price, a milking machine technician has an unexpected new job as a full-time locomotive mechanic.
Christchurch's "Hoop Lady" Bernadette Smith is holding workshops around the region in a bid to bring the exercise craze to Taranaki.
Eltham resident Julia Collier is hosting a new Spanish language radio show is designed to bring Taranaki's Latin community together.
Stratford is the latest community to set up a regular crop swap to share homegrown bounty.
Writing a book about the most agonising time in her life has helped a Hawera woman move forward.
Snapshots in time compiled using archived copies of the Taranaki Star, 25, 50 and 100 years ago.
Project launched to give Cinderella's equal opportunities to get to Hawera's annual high school ball.
Students at a Hawera primary school will get exclusive access to a living rugby legend when Richie McCaw visits them early next term.
Highlighting stories from 25, 50 and 100 years ago, compiled every week by former Taranaki Star office manager Cliff Hunt.
"We're flipping the status quo on it's head and saying 'this is a place where you can let go of some of the stuff you've been holding on to'."
A fall, an ambulance ride and a hospital stay led a Manaia WI member to discover a unique patient problem needing attention.
Five education models have been tabled in the discussions for potential changes to Hawera's schooling structure. We break them down here.
Abrahams Funeral Home, a New Plymouth based business, is opening a branch in Hawera which focuses on individualising services.
A meeting of minds will provide a unique opportunity for space novices to explore the skies, astronomy and history all at once in Hawera.
OPINION: Raymond Moore was right that female tennis players don't deserve the same pay as men.
Tawhiti School students a movie they created for a competition will prove popular enough to score them a visit with rugby legend Richie McCaw.
"Wahi Tapu, you treat it with respect, it is sacred to indigenous people, to us as Maori," Aroha Houston, Ngati Tupaia.
Yasoda Dulal, also known as John Herbison, is walking to the beat of his own drum as he spreads a message around New Zealand.
After 50 years of marriage, Evelyn and Ian Sharp understand the meaning of "in sickness and in health" better than most.
A tai chi sifu is teaching residents his favourite martial arts style in South Taranaki's tiny Kakaramea settlement.