Crash victims mourned

Indian born Yatharth Vats was a student at the Pacific International Hotel Management School in Bell Block.

The two men killed in a crash in Taranaki on Sunday were both international students studying at different institutes.

10 more years of Womad

Taranaki holds on to Womad for ten more years.

Womad will remain in Taranaki for at least ten more years. 

Not guilty of indecent assaults

A New Plymouth District Court jury has found a man not guilty of four charges related to the indecent assault of a ...

Jury clears accused of indecent assaults after sixty minutes of deliberations.

No bail for crash accused

Kevin Ronald Bishell has been denied electronic bail and is due back in court on November 22.

Bid for electronically-monitored bail knocked back by judge.

Taranaki's latest golden girls video

The celebrations begin for the golden girls.

Taranaki's latest medallists were buzzing after striking gold at the Youth Olympic Games.

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Fifty years ago - October 20, 1968

There were log shipment problems at Port Taranaki 50 years ago.

0 min ago  What was happening in Taranaki this week in 1968?

Repairs to begin on culvert

The NZTA has announced its investing $750,000 to fix culvert near Egmont Village.

App may help detect scabies

The genius of Emmy Noether

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The genius of Emmy Noether

Emmy Noether was one of the world's most respected and creative mathematicians.

OPINION: Earlier this month physicist Alessandro Strumia said physics "was invented and built by men". How wrong he was.

Letting go of control

Michelle Robinson has never been busier since moving back to Taranaki.

Michelle Robinson misses the anonymity of living in a big city, but provincial life is full of perfect moments.

Devil in the hydrogen detail

New Plymouth District councillor Stacey Hitchcock is researching hydrogen fuel in Aberdeen, Scotland.

OPINION: Hydrogen a great step forward but the devil is in the detail.

Taranaki: Southern Hemisphere energy hub

New Plymouth district councillor Stacey Hitchcock.

‚ÄčImagine a future where Taranaki led the way as New Zealand builds a greener, low carbon future.

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