Talking Taranaki is the Council's bimonthly newsletter, published online and in community newspapers.
Delta clouds, Backyard Biodiversity and Essential Freshwater reading
Brave conversations on Council services and a wizard's weapons against weeds
Talk to us, Taranaki! We consulting the public on our proposed Māori constituency, our Long-Term Plan and our Regional Land Transport Plan
Positive highlights in a trying year; a couple of great new videos; and an expansion for our summertime monitoring of popular bathing spots.
Meet our new Chief Executive, find out about a new te reo option at Pukeiti, and find out why new freshwater regulations may need your urgent attention.
Coping mechanisms, voting mechanisms, Bee Cards and spring in the gardens
Farewell to Basil Chamberlain and a call for Environmental Award nominations
An eye on the future but the rates on hold in wake of COVID-19 pandemic.
New year brings new challenges - while NP residents do their bit for biodiversity and SH43 gets some much-needed love.
New Council hits the ground running - and the Government's latest waterways proposals are an immediate priority
Accolades and good results for Taranaki's large-scale streamside fencing and planting project
This edition focuses on Yarrow Stadium.
Items include freshwater and coastal recreation survey, new champions for Predator-Free Taranaki and the special magic of Tūpare in autumn.
Items include Yarrow Stadium options, the social benefits of Towards Predator-Free Taranaki, and why Hollard Gardens is a great family destination.
See the Talking Taranaki newsletters published in previous years.