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- COLOUR FLOW
How to perfect the flow of
different colours throughout a home
THERE IS SOMETHING so satisfying about stepping into the entrance of a home and greeting multiple colours as you cast your eye around surrounding rooms. Of course, one elegant hue throughout a home can look stunning, but the flow of more than one colour in different spaces carries vitality.
- 4ha historic reserve returned to Ngāruahine
Ngāruahine iwi say the historic pā Te Ngutu o te Manu is the first of many properties that will be returned to their original hapū owners.
- National tour stops for local gallery show
The Percy Thomson Gallery is the only stop in Taranaki for a special national touring show.
- Candidates on qualities, experience
The local body elections are your chance to have your say on who makes the big decisions on the issues that touch our everyday lives.
- Stage set for panto to bring early cheer
Donna Drummond has made her (cast) list, checked it twice and now she and the other Stratford on Stage elves are busy at work getting their latest production wrapped and ready to go.
- Hi-tech firm Halter eyes fresh pastures
Smart-cow firm Halter says it will expand overseas by year’s end.
- Time to go back to the 90s with New Plymouth Operatic Society
Sixteen-year-old Paige Gunson will tell you what she wants, what she really really wants, and it’s for the 1990s to make a comeback.
- SPORTS REPORTS
■ Stratford Avon Bowling Club: On Saturday the Club Championship Mixed Drawn Triples took place.
- Trees will displace stock ‘very soon’
While the increase in farm sales into forestry is yet to lead to a significant reduction in stock numbers, it can be expected very soon, Beef + Lamb New Zealand says.
- Meet the regional council candidates
Voters will be able to meet the Taranaki Regional Council candidates at an event in Stratford this week.
- New sound system
in theatre upgrade
The Stratford TET King’s Theatre has a new digital sound system....
- 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....
WITH THE ADVENT of the likes of Netflix, Lightbox and Prime Video, it’s not hard to understand why many homeowners are staying home for their movie fix. There are great movies on tap to be enjoyed, for a minimal cost, from the comfort of your own home....
- ITM doesn’t let Covid-19 slow it down
Having served the central Taranaki community for nearly 90 years, the team at ITM Stratford weren’t going to let Covid-19 stop them, but continued to provide “good honest service and products to the town”, says the store owner....
- Q&A WITH REBEKAH HEAD AND CATHERINE HAYGoing green an eye opener for actress
CATHERINE HAY plays Elphaba Thropp, a green-skinned and talented young witch who wants nothing more than to meet the Wizard. This week she answers questions on which other theatre roles is she green with envy over, what it’s like being green, her favourite moments in the show and just how feminist...
JOY IS A THEME taking centre stage in interiors at present, weaving its way into our homes’ colour spectrum. It’s as if colour has worked harder to bypass the uncertainty of the day, charged ahead and embraced all the good it has to offer....
- Our voice vital on ETS pricing
The Primary Sector Climate Action Partnership — He Waka Eke Noa has released a discussion document with two key options for farmers to consider over the next three months, as alternatives to the NZ Emissions Trading Scheme (NZ ETS)....
IF BOLD BRIGHTS AND deep jewel tones are a bit over-the-top for your tastes, and pale pastel palettes aren’t your cup of tea either, there is another colour theme option that might be just the thing....
BY AND LARGE, it’s the little things that count, and turning a ‘blah’ bathroom into something special can make a real difference to your everyday experiences at home. Your update could involve a serious reconfiguration or be strictly cosmetic. With a focus on the latter, we put common questions to...
- Riding scheme teaches valuable skills
ATaranaki programme is using equine friends to teach valuable skills....