New Zealand - Taranaki Daily News
Tuesday - 22nd January, 2019
Brothers face up to arch rivals
The Archer brothers didn’t come to the Taranaki men’s open fours bowls tournament to win – the...
Monday - 21st January, 2019
Demolition threat for old church
Another Taranaki church is closing its doors to the public and faces the prospect of demolition if m...
Saturday - 19th January, 2019
How NP fell in love with sushi
Takasago don’t see the dozen other sushi stores in New Plymouth as competition. In fact they think...
Friday - 18th January, 2019
The view is great from up here
Ashton Paterson, 2, gets the hang of the flying kiwi at a day camp organised by Conductive Education...
Thursday - 17th January, 2019
Chong will say it as he sees it
Hours after apologising for saying he was ashamed to sing the te reo verse of the national anthem a ...
Wednesday - 16th January, 2019
Anthem comments spark backlash
New Plymouth councillor Murray Chong is facing a barrage of criticism, has been censured by his mayo...
Tuesday - 15th January, 2019
Chong sings ‘original’ only
A New Plymouth councillor previously censured for making offensive and divisive comments has posted ...
Monday - 14th January, 2019
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Saturday - 12th January, 2019
A question of care
Joyleen Connell pulls no punches when she talks about the difficulties she faced when she nursed her...
Friday - 11th January, 2019
Clutter clean-out causing problems
New Year clutter clean-outs have seen such a deluge of donations to a New Plymouth hospice shop it i...
Thursday - 10th January, 2019
A comfy type of camping
When Angelena and Graeme Hancock go camping they really do bring everything – even the kitchen sin...
Wednesday - 9th January, 2019
Surfing a sisterly affair
Family rivalry is making waves at a national surfing competition taking place in Taranaki. ...
Tuesday - 8th January, 2019
Fire debris from derelict houses creates new danger
Debris left after two abandoned coastal properties burned to the ground poses a real danger and must...
Monday - 7th January, 2019
Swell time at champs
World–rated Gisborne surfer Ricardo Christie is back at one of his favoured stomping grounds of Ta...
Saturday - 5th January, 2019
Port the place to be
Manou’s Cafe on New Plymouth’s breakwater waterfront is doing a roaring trade in the holiday sea...
Friday - 4th January, 2019
The $22.3 million town
A tiny Taranaki town is abuzz after news the winning $22.3 million Powerball ticket in Wednesday nig...
Thursday - 3rd January, 2019
It started off cloudy with a touch of drizzle, but yesterday soon turned into perfect cycling weathe...
Wednesday - 2nd January, 2019
Beginning 2019 at the beach
A brilliantly sunny and hot summer’s day saw crowds of people flock to the ocean on Taranaki’s f...
Tuesday - 1st January, 2019
A shared success
Craig Macfarlane reckons he can still make a pretty good cup of coffee. There’d be no fla...
Monday - 31st December, 2018
A conduit in a caring city
At this time of year Michelle Ramage is working 40 hours a week. That is 40 hours on top of her day ...
Saturday - 29th December, 2018
Why people are Craig’s business
Abig part of Craig Macfarlane’s philosophy is to involve other people in his businesses, watch the...
Friday - 28th December, 2018
Try, try again
Michaela Blyde has had quite a good year. The Black Ferns Sevens won the World Cup and Commonwealth ...
Thursday - 27th December, 2018
Hareb now in good position for WCT
environment was nice for a change and made it more fun,’’ she says. ‘‘It was pretty differen...
Wednesday - 26th December, 2018
Bumper summer puzzles
For the best part of four years Debbie Ngarewa-Packer has been at the forefront of the battle agains...
Monday - 24th December, 2018
Outside the comfort zone
It’s nearly time to celebrate those Taranaki people who made 2018 great, with the annual Taranaki ...
Saturday - 22nd December, 2018
A very shoppy Christmas
While shoppers around the country empty their wallets and battle the Christmas crowds in search of t...
Friday - 21st December, 2018
Perilous passing caught on camera
A Taranaki man who was almost run off the road by a dangerous driver has labelled the region’s mot...
Thursday - 20th December, 2018
Toni Street becomes her son’s legal mum
Taranaki-born broadcaster Toni Street has become the legal parent to her baby son. The Hits...
Wednesday - 19th December, 2018
Jo’s cafe serves up support and cake
A year ago, Joanne Watson turned the downstairs of her historic home in a tiny Taranaki town it into...
Tuesday - 18th December, 2018
She’s 86, but Kura can’t stop learning
Despite reaching the highest level of education, Kura Taylor has no student loan and didn’t go to ...
Monday - 17th December, 2018
City’s ups and downs highlighted
While the mountain and the sea were key attractions for people living in New Plymouth, the seedier s...
Saturday - 15th December, 2018
Storm smashes into South Taranaki
South Taranaki was hammered by rain, hail and thunderstorms, while North Taranaki basked in sunshine...
Friday - 14th December, 2018
Cruising into harbour
Cruise ship visits to Taranaki will provide more opportunities to promote the region, a tourism lead...
Thursday - 13th December, 2018
New Year gig for festival
A New Year’s Eve party featuring live music will help New Plymouth’s Festival of Lights usher in...
Wednesday - 12th December, 2018
Tree thieves leave resident stumped
Jan Kuyl has been in her New Plymouth home for less than three weeks and has already had something s...
Tuesday - 11th December, 2018
Mt Messenger gets go ahead for consents
The long-awaited decision giving approval to the $200 million Mt Messenger bypass in North Taranaki ...
Monday - 10th December, 2018
Tributes f low for crash victim
The daughter of a Taranaki care worker who died in a car crash during treacherous weather has questi...
Saturday - 8th December, 2018
Gentrification or regeneration?
Brand new properties, well kept gardens and children safely playing in the street under a blue sky i...
Friday - 7th December, 2018
Quest for perfect pics is tarnishing the tarns
It’s the shot of Mt Taranaki thousands of visitors want to take but it’s helping to destroy a fr...
Thursday - 6th December, 2018
$250k rail study ‘fails tourism’
A $250,000 Government-funded study into reopening a Taranaki rail route for logging should have been...
Wednesday - 5th December, 2018
Building company owed $1.2 million
A collapsed Taranaki building firm has been reborn under a new boss after its predecessor went into ...
Tuesday - 4th December, 2018
Victim’s wha¯nau wait for justice
A Taranaki wha¯nau are demanding answers and an apology from police as they wait for someon...
Monday - 3rd December, 2018
Holly, jolly Christmas Parade
Thousands of people lined the dull and drizzly streets of New Plymouth’s central business district...
Saturday - 1st December, 2018
Friday - 30th November, 2018
Accused denies DOC threats
A Taranaki man has denied sending threatening letters to the Department of Conservation in an effort...
Thursday - 29th November, 2018
Choir to carol on lawn
Having 150 people surrounding your home and singing would be the nightmare before Christmas for some...
Wednesday - 28th November, 2018
Crash takes singer’s voice
Monique Matthews used to sing for a living – now her voice is just a whisper. The Taranak...
Tuesday - 27th November, 2018
Back Beach backtrack considered
The decision to remove steps that led to one of New Plymouth’s most popular beaches could be recon...
Monday - 26th November, 2018
Machete used in robbery
A man is in Wellington Hospital in serious condition after a fight in South Taranaki, while further ...
Saturday - 24th November, 2018
A low-key, laid-back lunch
Kumara & bacon salad with honey mustard dressing...
Friday - 23rd November, 2018
Mayor backed blackface float
The mayor of South Taranaki was the parade judge who awarded second place to a float featuring peopl...
Thursday - 22nd November, 2018
Growing herbs more than pot luck
With nearly two weeks to go before their annual food collection drive, New Plymouth Foodbank is havi...
Wednesday - 21st November, 2018
$29m to fix ‘killer’ road
A ‘killer’ stretch of Taranaki’s State Highway 3, where four people have died this year, will ...
Tuesday - 20th November, 2018
Blackface float judged second
A Taranaki parade float featuring people in blackface, which caused outrage across the country over ...
Monday - 19th November, 2018
Blackface ‘not racist’
The chairwoman of Ha¯ wera Mt View Lions Club has defended its decision to wear blackface a...
Saturday - 17th November, 2018
Friday - 16th November, 2018
Nothing wonky about these royalties
The author of a famous children’s story is hoping he will be able to pay off his house when he get...
Thursday - 15th November, 2018
Lifetime of injections
Ngaru Toa Moeke has 103,660 injections to look forward to – and that is if he is cautious.&nbs...
Wednesday - 14th November, 2018
Builder’s licence terminated
Fowler Homes New Zealand has severed ties with Taranaki businessman Lauchlan MacMillan after he was ...
Tuesday - 13th November, 2018
The first thing the owners of Taranaki’s luckiest Lotto outlet did when they learnt they had sold ...
Monday - 12th November, 2018
Half a world away from where World War I was fought, hundreds of people gathered in Taranaki’s spr...
Saturday - 10th November, 2018
Friday - 9th November, 2018
Flickering lamp saves shop owner
A fish and chip shop that has been a fixture of a coastal Taranaki town for generations has gone up ...
Thursday - 8th November, 2018
Jingle bells, spending swells
There’s no logs on the fire but one New Plymouth mum already has the gifts for her tree – 47 sle...
Wednesday - 7th November, 2018
Baskets go missing from supermarkets
Single-use plastic bags are seen as an environmental villain, but eliminating them has created anoth...
Tuesday - 6th November, 2018
From classroom to kitchen
Ex-teachers Nikki and Hemi Coates have ditched the classroom and bet their future on the country’s...
Monday - 5th November, 2018
Oil and gas set for busy two years
Oil and gas explorers in Taranaki are gearing up for a busy period that could see as many as 20 well...
Saturday - 3rd November, 2018
Friday - 2nd November, 2018
Scrummage over stadium continues
It’s another hospital pass for the Taranaki Bulls. With Yarrow Stadium’s earthquake-pro...
Thursday - 1st November, 2018
Pupils donate no-throw straws
A group of 12-year-olds have had made it their mission to change the world – one reusable straw at...
Wednesday - 31st October, 2018
Catriona’s Halloween house of horrors
A self-taught teenage makeup artist is transforming New Plymouth faces into a mess of blood and gore...
Tuesday - 30th October, 2018
Quake risk plan binned
Tears flowed amid smiles as a unanimous council vote saved a small Taranaki town from an earthquake ...
Monday - 29th October, 2018
Probe into scrapyard fire
Investigations are under way into the huge fire that broke out at New Plymouth scrapyard and took fi...
Saturday - 27th October, 2018
Friday - 26th October, 2018
Businessman refused bail after drugs arrest
A prominent Taranaki businessman arrested following a series of drug raids on Monday has been denied...
Thursday - 25th October, 2018
‘Seat belt saved me – but almost killed me’
A seat belt saved a Taranaki singer’s life in a head-on crash – but it nearly killed her, too.&a...
Wednesday - 24th October, 2018
Police raids net drugs and cash
Police seized drugs, cash and vehicles, arrested three people and cordoned off a building in a serie...
Tuesday - 23rd October, 2018
Orca drop in for Labour Day
Katya Ruslanova was in the sea and about to paddle towards the surf at New Plymouth’s East End Bea...
Monday - 22nd October, 2018
Drunk, fast drivers are a concern
Drunk, drugged and speeding drivers – including one carrying a sawn-off firearm – kept Taranaki ...
Saturday - 20th October, 2018
Winter of discontent
Annus horribilis is Latin for a horrible year. The Queen had one in 1992. Taranaki Rugby ha...
Friday - 19th October, 2018
10 more years of Womad
The decision to keep the Womad world music festival in Taranaki for at least the next 10 years has b...
Thursday - 18th October, 2018
Solution in sight for street’s car troubles
The days of car sellers leaving their vehicles parked up along the length of one of New Plymouth’s...
Wednesday - 17th October, 2018
Earthquake plan rattles residents
A small town businessman who employs 50 people is threatening move production offshore and knock dow...
Tuesday - 16th October, 2018
‘Man up’ – Bulls’ fans told
Taranaki Bulls supporters are being called on to ‘‘man up’’ and keep supporting their team a...
Monday - 15th October, 2018
Big plans for NP port area
A group of developers have lodged a proposal that would completely transform New Plymouth’s port a...
Saturday - 13th October, 2018
Educating a diverse future
Sean Dillon is a Pa¯ keha male – but he’s in the minority. He is a school teac...
Friday - 12th October, 2018
Tamanivalu bids adieu
Tonight’s rugby game will not only mark the end of the Taranaki Bulls’ season, it will mark the ...
Thursday - 11th October, 2018
Te reo reigns in court
Taranaki legal history was made yesterday, with the firstever bar admission ceremony conducted in te...
Wednesday - 10th October, 2018
Scratching the surface
It’s that moment of horror on returning to the car park – that dent on your car that wasn’t th...
Tuesday - 9th October, 2018
‘Bittersweet’ goodbye to firm
Selling their family business of 35 years has been ‘‘bittersweet’’ for Craig and Rhonda McFa...
Monday - 8th October, 2018
Singers involved in crash
A woman remains critically ill after a serious crash north of Taranaki in which five people were inj...
Saturday - 6th October, 2018
Mareta Marsters-Grubner is preparing to die. She has already organised a joint headstone to mark her...
Friday - 5th October, 2018
Barrett boys answer SOS
Taranaki’s Barrett brothers have not played a game for their home union this year but have been ca...
Thursday - 4th October, 2018
Blowing up around the world
Husband and wife stage performers Seth Bloom and Christina Gelsone will only spend two months at the...
Wednesday - 3rd October, 2018
New sports chairs add ‘wheel’ power
Two young athletes will be using the Rolls Royce of wheelchairs when they take part in the Halberg J...
Tuesday - 2nd October, 2018
Mayoral ‘trowel’ found in drawer
Morning tea in the mayor’s office may be a little classier now with the return of a small but prac...
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