A bunch of North Taranaki schoolkids will soon be swapping their rundown old classrooms for flash new ones.
Beside an untamed coastline a family is taming the land with food crops. Virginia Winder discovers an edible landscape soon to be open for a garden festival.
When she was at school Jude Sewell-Monod didn't want to be a Black Stick, but she's making up for it now.
A Taranaki girls' basketball team has brought two awards back to the region that have never been won before.
OPINION: Jellyfish and things you wish you'd said.
The TSB Community Trust's boundary has been extended to include Patea and Waverley.
Does road need upgrading?
Star players back for quarterfinal, though a few others don't quite get the clearance.
Willie Rickards has named his squad for the first two Ranfurly Shield clashes, including the return of former All Black Jarrad Hoeata.
Ian Mitchell helped create the Bowl of Brooklands and that's just the beginning.
Amid warnings that it would quit due to oil exploration ban, Taranaki employer signs long term supply deal.
Two brothers in stolen utes were pursued for 79kms, rammed a patrol car and assaulted an officer.
When he crashed into his mates it wasn't enough to stop him drinking that night.
Council monitoring finds no adverse effects from fracking at two sites in Taranaki.
Think your singing talents are wasted in the car? Epic Sandwich Community Choir has an open invitation.
A man's dramatic turnaround took him from client to helper, his lawyer says.
People have been selling flowers as school fundraisers in New Plymouth - but it's all a hoax, the schools say.
When was the last time you visited a haberdashery?
Company signs agreements that will keep it in Taranaki to 2029
Taranaki foresters can expect more scrutiny to ensure they're meeting new standards.
OPINION: There are a number of ways to produce hydrogen fuel, not all of them are environmentally friendly.
At nearly 90, Ngaire Low is like the Queen - actively involved in her realm despite being well past retirement age.
The idea of a new 14-room motel in a small Taranaki town has not been embraced by all.
The annual Taranaki Indoor Sheep Dog Trial was held this month, with more than 100 competitors and 220 sheep dogs taking part from all over the North Island at the Egmont A&P Showgrounds.
Hawera man Anthony Prince has traded hair clippers and scissors for circular saws and hammers as one of the latest Māori Pasifika Trades Training graduates to gain an apprenticeship.
Ever wondered how Parrs Rd got its name?
Until the Honda CT 90 came into the country in the 70s the Mountain Goat Motorcycle, made in Taranaki, was the bike of choice for farmers.
Environmental groups unite over iron sand exploration in a Taranaki marine sanctuary.
A New Plymouth GP wanted better food for her baby daughter, so she set about making it herself.
In October, Ariana Shewry will compete in the world junior surfing champs. In five to 10 years she'll be "on the World Tour (with a world title)".