How many retired printers does it take to get a vintage printing press into a shed? The answer is five, plus a tractor
Many verandahs on buildings in Stratford's CBD are so rotten they are unsafe, a business owner claims.
Stratford homes will bask in the aroma of baking cakes and icing artistry while contestants prepare their entries for a book-themed cake-decorating competition.
Hundreds of toys are trapped in storage instead of making children happy because membership of Hawera's toy library is dwindling.
Stratford's long-awaited second supermarket was welcomed to town with song and speeches on Tuesday.
Patea Kindergarten is $9000 closer to making ends meet after holding a successful art auction fundraiser.
A Hawera kindergarten is cashing in the chips in a bid to raise enough funds to pay their bills.
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Manaia School students won the Mountain to Surf Schools Academic Trophy for the second consecutive year.
Grout and wine will be provided at South Taranaki's first mosaic art class.
A visit by three members of the Hurricanes team generated more excitement than a royal tour, at Stratford Primary School last week.
Patient's clogging up Hawera Hospital's emergency department with non-urgent ailments will be re-directed to their GP under a new DHB programme.
A Hawera primary school is working to unite parents and teachers in their disciplinary approaches through a new parenting programme.
Normanby Playcentre are celebrating 65 years of family-focused fun with a public open day. The group has recently finished a long list of renovations to the current premises including a new bathroom and covered deck area.
A new organisation that could be the "Grey Power " of young people is being set up in Taranaki.
A speech-making novice will represent the lower North Island at a national speech-making competition this year.
It's the perfect father-son bonding activity – go out and shoot at each other.
Money poured into Stratford's Hospiceshop on Monday.
Focusing on the mundane has been a fascinating project for an Opunake-based arts student.
A small South Taranaki settlement plagued by theft for the last 10 years is getting a security camera.
An eleventh hour reprieve has saved the South Taranaki Women's Centre from again becoming homeless.
CCS Disability Action's Princes Street, Hawera, building was demolished last week to make way for a new $400,000 complex.
Queen Bead has reopened her former Auckland-based business in Stratford.
Dawson Falls Lodge has just received accolades from two different travel booking websites, thanks to great feedback from its guests.
Surging house prices are driving many Aucklanders to explore further afield and some are discovering Stratford.
Connection and culture were encouraged using competition during youth week festivites at one South Taranaki school.
Tindall Foundation funding makes Hawera craft group meetings a lot more comfortable for five members.
The chance to re-open their beloved Hawera cafe with a tweaked recipe has proven a winner for its owners.
A new event connected more than 1400 prospective employees with employers and training providers.
Authentically-voiced writing that moves its reader will draw the eyes of this year's Ronald Hugh Morrieson Literary Awards judges.