OPINION: The Vatican is shutting down debate on sex abuse by the church; in New Zealand we're set to throw open the doors.
OPINION: It's time for concert promoters to get on the Bowl bus.
OPINION: The acceptability of charity boxing matches is a collective failure in judgement.
OPINION: Helen Brown is one of Taranaki's most successful literary progenies.
The iPhone security blanket works in all social situations, writes Stephanie Mitchell.
OPINION: When Taranaki's energy industry blinks, the whole country shudders, says New Plymouth mayor Neil Holdom.
OPINION: There's something special about a barbecue. It's not the food, although that helps. It's something more.
Taranaki farming is impressive, writes our columnist.
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.
Forty two years ago women were expected to have all the skills needed to be a homemaker, not anymore.
OPINION: The government is right to reduce dependence on oil but it's going about it in an expensive way.
OPINION: An end is in sight for a controversial Taranaki land saga.
Opinion: In my early 20's I never saw the need to be a feminist, as I never experienced inequality.
Nobody in New Zealand saw the moon landing live on television, not even the Prime Minister.
Can we please stop encouraging celebrities to run countries?
OPINION: The Waitara Lands Bill needs to address repentance, restitution, reconciliation and restoration.
OPINION: Apartment living could just be the most Kiwi thing you ever do.
OPINION: It's been a tough year to be a rugby fan in Taranaki. Even tougher to be a player.
OPINION: Earlier this month physicist Alessandro Strumia said physics "was invented and built by men". How wrong he was.
Michelle Robinson misses the anonymity of living in a big city, but provincial life is full of perfect moments.
OPINION: Hydrogen a great step forward but the devil is in the detail.
Imagine a future where Taranaki led the way as New Zealand builds a greener, low carbon future.
OPINION: There's something unhelpful about the way drug companies label their products.
When my cat wandered through the front door having defecated on itself, I knew I wasn't ready for children.
OPINION: Rushed scrutiny of Crown Minerals (Petroleum) Amendment Bill begs the question: what does the Government have to fear?
Regardless of your view on the oil and gas industry Taranaki Chamber of Commerce chief executive Arun Chaudhari says you should be submitting on the Crown Minerals (Petroleum) Amendment Bill.
OPINION: The robots are coming. Roll out the red carpet.
An important mural is creating an unhappy picture.
OPINION: Autonomous vehicles are receiving plenty of publicity but the driverless future is not quite here yet.
OPINION: She's been five years out of the newsroom but Michelle Robinson will never get it out of her system.