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Trans Tasman Resources says it is going to take its bid to mine millions of tonnes of ironsands off the coast of Taranaki to New Zealand's highest court.
New Zealand should follow Australia's decision to force Facebook and Google to pay for content generated by traditional news media companies, a media expert says.
Workers on OMV's Maui A platform are sacrificing being with their families, staying offshore for a month at a time while they work to keep gas flowing during the Covid-19 crisis.
New Plymouth residents are being warned to expect service cuts as the district reels from a decline in revenues post Covid-19.
More than 80 Taranaki doctors have signed up for a crash course in a skill they hope they will never have to use - how to put a Covid-19 patient on a ventilator.
The future of offshore oil and gas exploration in New Zealand in doubt after OMV announced today it is postponing drilling its Maui-8 exploration well indefinitely due to the Covid-19 crisis.
The High Court has ruled against a Singaporean firm which wants to disconnect its oil production vessel from the abandoned Tui oil field in offshore of Taranaki and leave capped pipelines on the ocean…
Noise complaints are dropping substantially. It's so quiet you can hear the earth move.
Hundreds of frustrated customers - some of them elderly - queued around the block at the New Plymouth headquarters of the TSB Bank when it opened this morning.
An environmental group says a Court of Appeal decision upholding a ruling preventing the mining of millions of tonnes of ironsands off the coast of Taranaki is a victory for the ocean.
Trans-Tasman Resources has lost a bid to overturn a decision preventing it from mining millions of tonnes of ironsands off the coast of Taranaki.
A Hawke's Bay doctor says many assessment centres do not have enough swabs to meet demand for testing of Covid-19 after the government made a call for increased testing.
Independent butchers are hoping the government will let them reopen and say the window to save millions of dollars worth of product is closing.
A nationwide property management company is actively discouraging landlords from offering rent holidays to struggling tenants during the Covid-19 shutdown.
Freedom campers in the New Plymouth area have been rounded up and told they must head to a holiday park for the lockdown.
Taranaki Civil Defence is asking Good Samaritan groups to leave caring for the vulnerable during the Covid-19 lockdown to essential services, close family and neighbours
Technology retailers experienced a surge in demand for home office supplies as the Covid-19 shutdown loomed on Wednesday evening.
A insurance company's decision to pull funeral cover advertising during the Covid-19 lockdown is being welcomed.
Already reeling before the announcement of a nationwide lockdown, some hospitality businesses are now worried about their long-term viability.
Garden supplies and vegetable seedlings are the latest target for panic buying and people in isolation keeping busy, as concerns about the Covid-19 coronavirus grow.
Local government leaders want councillors to be excused from turning up in person to meetings in recognition of the likely disruption of the Covid 19 virus.
Travellers passing through the new $29 million airport terminal in New Plymouth next week will find themselves immersed in the culture of the local hapū Puketapu.
WOMAD festival organisers insist that - beyond taking extra care with their personal hygiene - healthy festival-goers need only come prepared to have a good time.
A Taranaki farmer says if the government wants to plug an 'orphaned' oil well on his property it can pay for the work itself or stay off his land.
A flight school snapped up on TradeMe five years ago has taken off for the commercial arm of the Whanganui District Council.