- NewsBank (3045)
- TE REO WORD OF THE WEEK
The Stratford Press supports Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori — the Māori Language Commission’s campaign to increase New Zealanders’ te reo Māori vocabulary by running a Māori word to learn each week.
- Spine-chiller keeps you on edge
The Pain Tourist
Have you invested in our community this week?
- ‘Old School
NZ’ on show
The borders to Whangamōmona were thrown open on Saturday, with everyone invited to come and celebrate New Zealand’s only republic.
- Building a pathway to construction
For three young men, building bridges has led to a pathway in the construction industry.
GREAT BRITISH BAKE-OFF participant Urvashi Roe has produced her first cookbook and it features recipes for fast, easy, 100per cent vegetarian and vegan snacks that can be knocked up at speed using leftovers and store cupboard ingredients.
- Gritty tale of NZ well written
Poor People With Money
- Dio’s head students take top prizes
Taranaki Diocesan School for Girls’ 2022 head students received the main accolades at the school prizegiving.
- Dinner row attack brings jail term
A man who suffered a severed artery after being stabbed 14 times during an argument over who should cook dinner has shown support for the woman responsible for the bloody attack and urged a judge not to lock her up.
- Sounds sublime
PICTON HAD DAWNED BRIGHT and brilliant. The marina’s satiny blue waters gleamed like a nautical jewel.
- Tears as Taranaki officers acquitted
Three Taranaki police officers at the centre of a manslaughter trial after a death in custody have been found not guilty....
- Region’s sleeping giant
Scientists have built up a completely new understanding of Mt Taranaki’s eruption risk — and expect its next blow will prove unlike anything it’s produced in the last millennium....
- ‘Yes’ vote for Māori ward in Stratford
Stratford District Council will have a Māori ward in time for next year’s triennial local government elections after an eleventh-hour decision made at an emergency meeting of the council on Friday....
- Journey from Hawera to NRL heights
Issac “Bully” Luke is saying goodbye to rugby league....
- New school ‘amazing opportunity’
Two schools will close and one will open in Hāwera in 2023....
PRIMARY COLOURS have always been with us. Red, blue and yellow, these basic shades are significant because they can’t be formed by mixing with any other hues. Other colours, however, are made as a result of combining these primaries....
- Horse Kai put down after chopper scare
Ahorse rider wants to spread awareness after her horse was euthanised because of an injury caused by a helicopter scare....
- IDEAS FOR AN
THERE’S nothing like a good indoor/outdoor flow to give your home a sense of scale, space and freedom. But it can get tricky when the chilly, wet and windy weather strikes. A damp, cold outdoor seating area isn’t going to be very inviting on a cold day or evening....
TO INSPIRE AND INVIGORATE
IT IS ALMOST EXPECTED that most of the on-trend hues right now encourage joy and happiness....
- A FOND FAREWELL
The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has left the building. After four months and 7000km, we’ve thoroughly tested our red SUV. And it’s been a great test, too, involving a new understanding of the popularity of NZ’s number-one selling PHEV, appreciating the finer workings of its charging and battery...