First Things First is a comedy that delivers the laughs.
Despite living in the region that holds Australasia's biggest tattoo festival, a psychology graduate with tattoos struggled to get a job.
Farm assistant John Karl Erickson wasn't surprised to see a water spout appear at 6.30am.
Tributes have been paid to one of New Zealand's foremost photographers, Peter Peryer, who has died at the age of 77.
Next year sees the centennial of the founding of the New Plymouth Astronomical Society (NPAS).
OPINION: On whether we'd rush off to war again.
Waitara White Ribbon campaign riding to end men's violence towards women.
Meet the whenua (land) warrior.
Each fortnight Spotswood College and New Plymouth Boys' High School showcase the talents of food and nutrition students. This week, Spotswood College teacher Katy Roach offer healthy lifestyle tips and recipes.
It's not going to be pleasant. What can we do to to stop it?
If you've ever wanted to buy a zoo, now is your chance.
OPINION: It's time for concert promoters to get on the Bowl bus.
New exhibition will only be on show in New Plymouth.
The Taranaki Civilian Amputees' Association opened a new slot car track at New Plymouth
The iPhone security blanket works in all social situations, writes Stephanie Mitchell.
On Thursday the 4th of October the headlines in our Daily News read, "one million spent on roads in two months". This was an article about damage caused by heavy logging trucks in Taranaki and in particular the huge roading repair costs to the Stratford District Council.
Baskets vanish from supermarkets after single-use plastic bags phased out.
It's a good time to use asparagus in the kitchen.
David Freiberg of Jefferson Starship has never been to New Zealand but he already knows he'll want to come back.
When Ruth took to the stage at Auckland's art gallery, she had one thing to say: "Holy f..."
After repeated bouts of vandalism, East End's waving wands will be re-engineered to a more robust model.
Retail expert Chris Wilkinson told Taranaki businesses what a healthy, thriving business district should look like.
If everyone in your band has a dream you should be called Serious Happiness, it's probably a sign.
OPINION: An end is in sight for a controversial Taranaki land saga.
How Surfers Saved the Moon Mission
The Inglewood Greyhound Racing Club's new track was officially opened
"I've always had a fascination for grass track racing," writes Graeme Duckett.
It's a busy month above us.
Opinion: In my early 20's I never saw the need to be a feminist, as I never experienced inequality.