The cave had mysterious myths abut it but turned out to be a simple earth-moving creation.

Contented in Tikorangi

This garden is a treasure as are the people who created it.

Pre-nup was unfair

The High Court has upheld a lower court decision for a couple to equal property shares after separating

2:21 PM  A pre-nuptial agreement gave one partner $20,000, and the other partner $1.5 million.

Doing the dirtiest work

After the police and fire brigade have done their jobs at an emergency scene, the clean-up begins.

Builders hammered 

Hammers, saws, even the beer in the fridge from the roof shout - nothing is safe on these building sites.

Mark makes food his living

New Plymouth butcher Mark Wormald talks about his life in the trade.

Best mate's brutal blow

He admitted he was stealing from his mate and for his honesty he was punched in the head.

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News

Car fire in New Plymouth

Michael McLeod, 18, cleans up after his car was broken into overnight on Pendarves Street.

3 min ago  Lock your car and take your valuables with you.

Skills for a healthy future

1:20 PM  Does your intermediate child know how to cook a basic, healthy meal? And why does it matter.

Underworld advocates have plenty to celebrate

Botanical park inspires rap song

Sport

Defending champions in ominous form

Naumai wing attack Cora van den Bos looks for support during their premier netball game against Tysons at the TSB Stadium.

Another one-sided game for Tysons.

Beaver gets nod at second-five

Stephen Donald will fill the void of Charlie Ngatai at second five-eighth for the Chiefs' quarterfinal against the Stormers.

Stephen Donald to start in place of injured Charlie Ngatai in Chiefs' quarterfinal against Stormers.

Jordie's got a weak foot? Nah

This is how you do it older brother...

Younger Barrett shows his older brother how its done, nailing sideline conversion with his left foot.

Longchamp after Opunake Cup repeat

Longchamp's jockey Timothy Johnson salutes after winning last season's Opunake Cup.

Longchamp after New Plymouth repeat in Opunake Cup.

Stormers thankful for belting

The Chiefs were too hot to handle in the 2016 Super Rugby quarterfinals, beating the Stormers 60-21 in Cape Town.

2016 quarterfinals drubbing teaches SA side valuable lessons ahead of this weekend's Chiefs rematch.

opinion

The beauty of simplicity

Are the All Blacks always excited or can they just not be bothered thinking of better ways to express themselves?

OPINION: Forget the buzzwords. Jim Tucker knows simplicity is the best way to say what you mean.

Those dam problems

The Blue Nile flows into Ethiopia's Great Renaissance Dam in Guba Woreda, some 40 km from Ethiopia's border with Sudan.

OPINION: A dammed river is a good source of hydro electricity. It can also be a good source of conflict.

A big woolly issue

Wool carpets are making a political comeback.

OPINION: Should we all be using wool carpet as a matter of patriotism?

Guided by curiosity

Dennis Ngawhare delves into some of the history around the migration of people through the Pacific.

OPINION: Dennis Ngawhare traces the heritage of peoples guided by their curiosity.

Lifestyle

Skills for a healthy future

Carol Wham PhD NZRD
Associate Professor of Nutrition and Dietetics, Massey

Does your intermediate child know how to cook a basic, healthy meal? And why does it matter.

Contented in Tikorangi

The cave had mysterious myths abut it but turned out to be a simple earth-moving creation.

This garden is a treasure as are the people who created it.

A very musical Hawera

HMS Pinafore was first performed in Hawera in the late 1800s.

How nation-wide employers helped Hawera's musical awakening.

50 years ago today

Dogs on the loose drove  211 sheep off a bluff into the Waingongoro River 50 years ago.

Fifty years ago Cardiff farmer, Mr J E Cave lost 211 of his sheep after dogs chased them over a bluff into the Waingongoro River.

A modern look at Gallipoli

Motivated to commemorate WWI in a different way, playwright Dave Armstrong penned Anzac Eve.

"What have we really learned over the last 100 years?"

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