New Plymouth police are seeking the owner of a children's inflatable raft found near Ngāmotu Beach.
Around 650 participants took part in Taranaki's second annual off road half marathon.
Taranaki residents are having a 'ruff' time with barking dogs.
Auckland medical students are coming to Taranaki for a year. The hope is some will come back.
Users of a community memorial gym are at a loss of what to do should they lose their facilities.
Public car parking at Port Taranaki lee breakwater near capacity after storm damage repairs
In an instant Craig and Jan Knowles joined a long list of victims of a horror Friday night.
Human ashes and seafood do not mix.
LED flood lights were ripped from the walls at a New Plymouth school.
The greatest prize in Taranaki bowls has been won by....and Auckland team.
Despite no conviction, marae chairman says it was important not to sweep theft "under the rug".
Heart attack survivor is grateful for her second chance at life.
"Roads can often be greasy when it rains after a spell of fine weather."
"I've always had the attitude if you build it they will come."
"I was a bit worried it was going to come off but luckily it didn't."
Rides in a vintage rail car were sold out over the weekend.
The rain stopped but the tears didn't at the opening of this technology centre.
It's called white gold round these parts and now a new exhibition celebrates Taranaki's dairy heritage.
The TSB Stand earthquake prone fallout has hit a local gym.
New year a time to ask yourself what you're doing to save the planet.
His "perfect crime" was discovered when he confessed. He's now closing in on 20 years inside.
The PM's aunty kept silent for a while. Now she's got an inside word on a potential baby name.
Three cars have crashed on SH3 just kilometres from another serious crash hours before.
Six people have been injured on a notoriously dangerous stretch of state highway outside New Plymouth.
It was only supposed to get some lights - but now a beach side skate park will get a full revamp.
Last year it was assessed as an earthquake risk. That risk may be enough to see it demolished.
Stuff talked to people in Waikato about how their CBD survived their mall.
The rottweiler sunk its teeth into a schoolgirl. Now it's off doggy death row, to the relief of its owner.
A new children's Kiwi themed book takes story time for toddlers to a whole 'nother level.
Cities ebb and flow, says Lynn Bublitz.