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.
Children affected by flooding in Taranaki's backblocks get gift packs from 4 the Kidz charity.
Hawera's only art gallery is celebrating a decade since creation with an exhibition of works by dedicated supporters.
Budding ballroom box-stepper's will be able to learn from New Zealand's dancing dynamite during a one-off workshop in Hawera.
Bottles of fake blood, prosthetics, bandages and a bunch of willing volunteers are needed for this weekend's annual St John youth competition day.
A Hawera man will shoot for gold at an international rifle competition.
A group of women supporting each other to raise their children are hoping to help break a world breastfeeding record.
A former mayor is one of the latest recipients of Stratford's annual citizen's awards.
An independent film festival specifically for Taranaki residents is to be held in Stratford.
Neil Smillie has spent more years on the golf course than many professional players, but his focus has been the turf rather than the tee.
Stratford swimmers will have to exercise on dry land for seven weeks while the town's pool complex undergoes a $500,000 upgrade.
Almost 20 decorated cakes were carried through sleet and snow to the Stratford Library in time for judging.
An impulse purchase in a small antique shop has lead to a lifelong hobby for one man.
A three-piece band is hoping listeners will drift away with the silky tones of their first performance in Hawera.
A Hawera flight instructor is on cloud nine after receiving a number of esteemed awards.
Hawera Hospital staff are climbing the stairway to health as part of a Taranaki District Health Board campaign.
A survivor and awareness campaigner has published a book detailing the lives of some of Taranaki's polio sufferers.
A Hawera photographer has captured the beauty of loneliness for his latest exhibition.
The rural-urban divide is getting better defined in central Taranaki - for dogs at least.
Hawera has the oldest branch of Rural Women NZ still operating in the country and celebrated its 90th birthday with a big party.
A promising rugby league star is making his mark in the sport everywhere he can.
There are so many gaps at SPACE that the parenting support programme may not run next term.
An exhibition that "straddles the worlds" of tradition and modern style weaving is on show at Hawera's Lysaght Watt Gallery.
Bakers are being asked to rise to the challenge and create Eltham's best scone.
His wife won't let him retire so Gary Brown has added even more to his plate.