Officials rubbish suggestions by Hawke's Bay player-coach and former Black Cap over Hawke Cup challenge this weekend.
Defending Taranaki Open women's fours champ Ann Muir safely into post-section play after two convincing wins.
Classy New Plymouth filly continues preparations towards planned start in NZ Oaks on her home-track today.
The message from coach Debu Banik to his players has been straight-forward - don't change your approach.
Benefits of winning the national provincial championship shown as six players chosen for Chiefs development programme.
A South Taranaki motocross rider who recently won a national title trains with a former world class rider every week.
Twenty-four of NZ's best minisprint drivers get set to take their place on the starting grid at Stratford Speedway.
Five teams already qualified for knockout phase in Taranaki Open fours women's bowls tournament.
Fitzroy player is this year's Taranaki women's senior strokeplay golf champion after rounds of 74 and 72 at Manaia.
Taranaki karter completes tough weekend at Auckland City of Sails event in factory-backed Nordica Sodi kart.
OPINION: He is the man with the widest smile in all of Taranaki. Dion Ebrahim's world is humming along very nicely.
Central Stags defy predictions and make one-day final after 49-run win over Otago Volts.
Kensington side's defence of Taranaki open women's fours title got off to a bad start yesterday before they bounced back.
Representative bowls on the agenda on Sunday, when Taranaki competes in Wellington in regional playoffs for John Flett Trophy.
Fairytale finish to veteran Stags career will depend on performance of team-mates in today's prelim national one-day final.
Airs' coach Daryn Shaw is confident new American import Aaron Fuller will fit in well at the franchise.
The Fitzroy Flippers under-19 women's canoe crew handled the surf best to win gold in the short course race at Mt Maunganui last weekend.
The Inglewood Cricket Club celebrates 125 years over Waitangi weekend and organisers are expecting visitors from around the world to attend.
Things went to plan for midget driver Duane Hickman when he won the City of New Plymouth Classic event at Stratford Speedway last Saturday night.
Felix Webby warmed up for next month's under-21 world croquet championships when helping Taranaki to third at the lower North Island tournament in New Plymouth last weekend.
A number of high quality visiting teams are sure to test the best there are from Taranaki when the women's open fours bowls tournament starts today.
The 2015 Flannagan Cup open water swim on Waitangi Day will be the last time swimmers will compete in it as a handicapped event.
West End's Neil Candy and his lead John Garrud claimed their second pairs title yesterday - but their first together.
A "weekend warrior" outgunned a wily legend among cycling ranks in a two-way sprint finish to the 2015 round-the-mountain cycle challenge on Saturday.
A New Plymouth soccer club topped a national competition by selling more than 100 tickets to the upcoming 2015 Under-20 World Cup.
There were emotional scenes when a Paritutu quartet shrugged off the bridesmaid tag and claimed the Taranaki Open fours men's bowls title.
Francis Douglas Memorial College opening bat Quin Sorensen was in hot form in Taranaki premier grade cricket on Saturday.
The Central Stags chances of hosting cricket's national one-day final have been smacked for six.
The Auckland Aces took the direct path to cricket's national one-day final with an emphatic 45-run win over the Central Stags.
Two wins yesterday kept Danny Delany on track for a fifth Taranaki Open fours men's bowls title.
The Central Districts Stags are riding high in the national one-day cricket competition as top qualifiers and a win today would earn the team a couple of days with their feet up leading into next week's championship decider.
New Plymouth Marist United will be out to extend their lead on the points table when taking on Stratford at Lynmouth Park today.
Taranaki cricket coach Debu Banik has described this weekend's Hawke Cup elimination series two-day match against Manawatu as like a final.
Ajeet Rai proved too consistent for Jordan Fleming in the feature match of the Taranaki premier tennis league in New Plymouth on Thursday night.
John Wheeler doesn't know what to expect from Awesome Goal in today's $200,000 Wellington Cup.
Surfing Taranaki has confirmed another top-rated women's world qualifying tour event for March.
OPINION: Get ready for a bumpy nine days of transfers and speculation - a lot of it around All White defender Winston Reid.
Dave Selby and his team from the Hillcrest club qualified the hard way for post-section play in the Taranaki Open fours men's bowls tournament.
Perth businessman Alan Schrauf has been a regular visitor to Taranaki for the TSB Bank Taranaki Open fours men's bowls tournament since 2006.
OPINION: Momentum in football, and indeed sport in general, is massive, and will be key at the FIFA U-20 World Cup kicks off here in less than five months' time.
The top 90 recreational riders in the expected 900-plus field will get to mix it with the big boys in tomorrow's annual Round the Mountain cycle race.
The Central Stags have locked in a home semifinal against the Auckland Aces at New Plymouth's Pukekura Park.
Grant Nisbett is better known as a man with a microphone in his hand rather than a bowl.
While they are not destroying their opposition on the greens in the Taranaki open fours men's bowls tournament, there is no doubting their size.
Opunake kneeboarder Kelvin Weir won the New Zealand Open Kneeboard title at Piha Beach, near Auckland, last weekend at his ninth attempt.
New Plymouth's Brad Hayward is the latest Taranaki golfer to join the professional ranks.
Wellington collect just second victory in domestic one-day competition, downing Central Districts by 22 runs.
The Taranaki Tennis premier competition resumes at New Plymouth's Rotokare courts tonight following the holiday break.
A South Taranaki equestrian feels humbled by her climb in the world rankings.
One of Taranaki football's bright young stars has won a sports scholarship with a high-profile Auckland secondary school.
Does more need to be done to protect NZ passports?