Artists are painting a mural on the public facilities building at Patea's Mana Bay.
Strengthening work has been completed and the Hawera water tower is open to the public again.
A Hawera parish priest has moved into a flat in a bid to help support the growth of the town's Catholic school.
Genuine no cost education available at two South Taranaki schools.
Cyclists breaking down barriers and building up charities with annual cross-country ride.
Hawera's Jordan brothers are battling for top dog status in competitive motocross circuits.
Manuka honey production focus of upcoming industry seminar at Hawera's TSB Hub.
Hawera op shop wins award for being most accessible in town.
OPINION: I wonder why people choose to make their outlandish speeches in Orewa.
Hawera's abandoned New World supermarket building has been sold to a group of developers.
Is a New Zealand education well-rounded, resourced and bursting with opportunities, no matter where our kids go to school?
Te Karaka Foundation formed, based on community foundation model of gifting for the community.
A Hawera woman aims to ride 3000km in 30 days in a bid to raise $3000 for child cancer charity Canteen.
A fun, family friendly list of things to do during the last few weeks of the school holidays.
Former Inglewood man lives life on the road, hasn't mown lawns or paid power bill for more than 16 years.
From humble beginnings, Patea Youth Trust throws open doors to celebrate growth.
Patea's new community patrol group needs more members to help ease volunteers' load.
Photos taken at the annual Hawera Jump 2 Music event, the only of its kind in New Zealand.
Delays to building work mean that Hawera Intermediate students will need to report to Hawera High School on the first day of term.
Johannes Bezuidenhout spotted his future bride across a crowded school corridor as the students marched single file from classroom to classroom.
Hawera will host New Zealand's premier youth choir later this month.
It's time to announce the Taranaki Star Person of the Year for 2015. We sifted through last year's editions for candidates who had made a positive difference in the community.
Origin Energy insider alleges unreported leaks at company's New Zealand operations.
Coastguard stations fast response vessel in Patea to cut down time taken to reach emergencies.
A spirit of " generosity and fairness" underpins Hawera's new crop swapping venture.
A public meeting in Hawera may help open a new charity in Hawera that focuses on fathers.
Access to Hawera shops assessed in a bid to make it easier shopping easier for disabled.
St John introduces second shuttle with wheelchair access to popular health shuttle service.
Hundreds lined the streets to watch Patea's annual Christmas parade.
Support for a small, sick Hawera girl is so strong that more than 100 people nominated her for a recent competition.