Buses are free in Taranaki on September 21 and 22 to mark World Car-Free Day.
Former Boys' High principal Lyal French-Wright is to step in as acting chief executive of WITT.
A photo of two Taranaki farm boys is hanging alongside some of the most famous photos in the world in a new exhibition.
Our freedom camping debate may be the first local evidence of what Sunday Star-Times writer Shamubeel Eaqub calls "overtourism", the downside of having too many visitors.
I could fill my first vehicle's tank for $5.
Ethiopia is a spectacular country. Here's why.
Only public outcry and luck saved Parititu rock from being blown up, we learned.
Slowing down or downsizing in the garden has never been a plan for Joy Parker, in fact, she is doing just the opposite. She talks to Sonja Slinger about her love of gardening and grandchildren.
OPINION: Who would have thought moving to New Plymouth was scarier than moving to New York?
You like sausage rolls, don't you?
John Matthews has changed his mind about the 'boring' art gallery after the director left and a new exhibition opened.
A photo taken on an iPhone 8 of a sunset in small town Urenui, north of New Plymouth, is on display in an exhibition in Washington, D.C.
Toto guitarist Steve Lukather hopes he might be lucky enough to find a nice kiwi girl to settle down with when the band tours New Zealand in January.
At Mrs Krishnan's Party you'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll dance, you'll eat.
It's been good to see some factual nutrition stories getting air time as well as the usual nutrition fads.
Protein is "sexy". When we hear, or read, the word protein we automatically link it to big muscles.
Bronwyn Olley's A Handmaid's Tale-inspired dress used 7kg of glue and took four months of weekend work make.
Alby James hasn't had a single bite to eat in 23 days and still has another 17 to go until he can.
Award-winning New Plymouth gin Juno have teamed up with artist Phil ' Suspect' Jones to release a limited edition barrel-aged gin.
A not-so-traditional art gallery is opening its doors in Ōpunake.
Graeme Duckett tells the story of one of New Plymouth's racing greats.
A new garden in this year's Taranaki Fringe festival is about creating memories for a growing New Plymouth family.
Chefs use vegetables in soup, salad and even dessert - a beetroot and chocolate brownie.
If you're planning to attend Mrs Krishnan's Party be prepared to help stir some onions.
When Debra Burton started nursing in a hospital at the age of 17 she'd had six weeks of training - learning how to make beds, wash patients and serve food.
There's more to an involvement with art than simply pretty pictures.
It's 1840, you've just set sail for Taranaki but you've got to make it through the stench of vomit and dirty laundry first.
Kiwis can't help falling in love with the memory of Elvis Presley, who died more than four decades ago.
Camels are increasingly important in the desert.
Check out what's coming up around the region in the arts community.