200 days ago

Our words from times of war

Matt Rilkoff Reporter from Taranaki Daily News

In commemoration of Anzac Day, the Taranaki Daily News is joining all other Stuff titles in the hunt for letters sent to by loved ones during times of war. These may be letters from those who served, or to those who served. They may be more than 100 years old, or they may be much more recent. We know these letters will have been passed down and may be very significant to your families. These letters will remain with you - we will just take a copy, which may then be published as part of our Anzac Day coverage. We aim to have about 25 to 30 letters from Taranaki. If you have any letters you would like to share, please email matthew.rilkoff@stuff.co.nz

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8 hours ago


NumberWorks'nWords New Plymouth

An oxymoron has the effect of creating an impression, enhancing a concept, and even entertaining the reader. Can you think of another example of an oxymoron?

4 days ago

People who leave animals to suffer and die

Wendy from Inglewood

Whoever is the gutless idiot who did this should be ashamed.
Taped in a box and left to die behind Bell block Hall,poor chickens

10 hours ago

Wanting A House To Rent

Alaina from Brooklands - Vogeltown

Small family in need of a house/unit/flat anything other than a room to rent soon as possible we are currently in egmont eco lodge and is not suitable for me & kids and being here for this long we are stuck in 1 room for 3 of us no space at all untill the government gets off there backside to help us get into something more suitable untill then not moving forward any help much appreciated contact me 0273410087 thankyou