A small and yet powerful painting has won first prize at the Lysaght Watt Trust Art Awards.
Hungry tummies are being satisfied with a big helping of community caring every school day.
There is more than a touch of Swiss to the hospitality at the Dawson Falls Lodge.
A support group for those dealing with the suicide of a loved one has been re-established in Hawera.
Stratford's main street is bustling with business, a far cry from a year ago.
Navigating the complicated teenage world and its landscape is the subject of a talk by a nationally recognised parenting guru.
A programme to help South Taranaki's young people has been extended by a year.
Two rolls of honour finally hang in Alton's Coronation Hall, commemorating the lives of South Taranaki community's soldiers.
A young Stratford girl's courage is inspiring people more than 50 years after her death.
When Alan Gooch was a young man working on his father's farm near Midhirst, a neighbour told him: ''A rolling stone gathers no moss."
More than 80 jobs are being created in Stratford and a similar number in New Plymouth by two new Countdown supermarkets.
Kymarnee and his twin brother Ricco were two of the 35 people who were immunised at Hawera's Ngati Ruanui Healthcare on Thursday March 23 as part of their annual Immunisation week promotion.
A Hawera girl has paid forward kindness after her dreams came true.
Five athletes will represent Hawera and New Zealand at a major international event early next month.
Students will use their athletic abilities to power a fundraising effort at Hawera High School this year.
A dedicated and caring man was remembered when a memorial for Jack Gadd was unveiled in Hawera.
Hosting a new training programme will bring new life to Hawera's Turuturu Mokai reserve.
All's finally quiet on the Weston front, the sisters are too busy riding their new bikes to bicker.
Milking once a day has proved a great move for family life as well as the farm figures for Strathmore dairy farmers Greg and Hannah Topless.
Joshua Gilbert, 13, of CMK Stratford Flyers represented New Zealand at the Australian Age Group championships in Sydney recently.
Friday is Stratford physiotherapist Marie Moir's last day in the role she's held for 26 years.
A Hawera apprentice is laying the pipework for a successful career, winning the New Zealand's top future plumber's award.
Children rejoice, the iconic annual Egmont A&P Show parade is back.
Light-fingered louts have robbed a 10-year-old Hawera girl of her new bike.
The lure of exotic friendships and an opportunity to change the world led to an award for Joceyln Terry of Hawera.
The Stratford Seventh day Adventist Church will soon have a new home after months of work.
New Zealand's gruelling Ironman event proved to be just the ticket for a group of South Taranaki athletes.
An untapped pool of funding is waiting for the right beneficiaries to wade in.
Kaponga's tireless volunteer is pulling back from a busy life of campaigning to put her own health first.
Patea Area School student Chavez Broughton has been chosen for the New Zealand under-15 mixed touch team.