12:35 PM Two Taranaki heritage buildings designed by architect Frank Messenger have been given funding for seismic strengthening.
A chance to compete for a wildcard entry into a World Surf League event is up for grabs in Taranaki this weekend.
A trio of women are bringing gender and age balance to Stratford District Council
David Bublitz came to terms with losing the election, then found out he'd won after all.
Two small earthquakes were felt in New Plymouth on Monday morning
Tradies love a pie and soon Taranaki builders, plumbers, electricians will get a chance to take a bite of a $300m one.
Waitara man George Wills turned 101.
For Lease signs have gone up on the former Fonterra Cool Stores but ambitious plans for a redevelopment are still very much in the pipeline.
When Melissa Young realised her children had a dairy intolerance she became obsessed with making vegan ice cream - now she's selling it.
First Phil Quinney was in, now he's out and David Bublitz is in.
There was no-one in the home so the cause of the blaze was "potentially suspicious", police said.
Do you know who these people are?
Hāwera chief fire officer Mike Fairweather is annoyed a scammer is taking advantage of them and vulnerable people in the community.
Another major tourist route through the central North Island is disrupted after a big slip on SH43.
They sit in my house taunting me and have done for six months.
They didn't get fries but there were other benefits to New Plymouth District Council's drive-thru polling station.
Jim Tucker wonders if one council prosecuting another is a waste of taxpayers money.
The numbers are out, and they're not looking good for some Stratford councillors.
OPINION: Wouldn't it be nice if people cared as much about voting as they did about a free bar of chocolate?
OPINION: STV may stand for simple to vote, but it's not simple to figure out how it works.
Jim Tucker talks about kindess and Mike Merrick.
Getting used to the new rubbish system in New Plymouth is easier if you follow this guide.
OPINION: Here's some ideas to stimulate interest in local government elections.
Religion has a pretty bad press these days. For many it smacks of religiosity rather than faith, of extremism more than a love of all people.
Wellington jazz-pop band Drax Project will headline five holiday hot spot shows this summer.
Arch Arthur and Daisy Day live in New Plymouth, and spend as much of their time in the sea as possible.
Port Taranaki will host two cruise ships this summer - before the big one, Queen Elizabeth, docks in 2021.
A prominent Kiwi fashion designer has been announced as a judge at a Taranaki Garden Festival fashion event.
There's plenty to see if you look up at the night sky in October - including meteors