A Hawera man's devotion to Highland music has been rewarded with life membership to his local club.
A young Eltham girl is on the right path to becoming country music's next big thing.
Hawera's award-winning road crash rescue team is taking another tilt at the world title.
Eltham's former queen of the kitchen has swapped scones for bric-a-brac as she takes on the cut-throat world of retail op shops.
Hawera's premier museum has proven itself popular on the world stage.
Finishing novels, gardening and travelling are top priorities for one of South Taranaki's retiring principals.
Hundreds of students watched in awe, despite the cold and rain, as the three students were cut from the vehicle and loaded into ambulances at Hawera High School.
The search for a natural way to teach her child about a devastating neuromuscular condition led a South Taranaki mother to write a new children's book.
An organisation that helps those in need is looking for more support.
A former Stratford church is being given a new life - as a funeral chapel.
A $100,000 operation in America is the goal for Alexus Makea's Hawera family.
Thanking the community that supports them is top priority for one Hawera charity.
Hawera's only annual performing arts competition is just three weeks away.
Raising sunflowers at preschool is one way a group of South Taranaki children are learning to care for their environment.
Peanut butter, wild pork sausages and crackers will all be dished up at the 2015 Egmont A&P Show as home-cooks vie for a special new award.
A 'mainstream' folk band is heading to Hawera to perform.
A Patea woman is ready to share her life-without-a-limb with the rest of the world.
It was enough to make anyone wild, particularly the boars, when the Whangamomona Pig Hunting Club held its recent Pre Lamb Wild Boar Hunting competiton.
Taranaki is suffering a drought of pet mice.
A Hawera teenager will merrily attend school wearing Odd Shoes on Friday September 11.
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.