- Drilling boss made it on talent
- Quieten down please, we're drilling here
- New rig for Todd Energy
- Mali band makes music for Tikorangi
- Festival art colours shops
- Coastguard leads yacht home
- Fracking 'could create 7000 jobs'
- Study of impact of hydraulic fracturing released
- Petroleum exploration permits for 2012 awarded
- Todd Energy welcomes PCE report
- Energy and dairy give jobs boost
- Todd Energy releases hydraulic fracturing submission
- Methanol plant poised to resume
- Coastguard heads into summer with new boat
- WOMAD 2013 launch
10 April 2013
Third-generation driller says the enjoyment of his career in the oil industry is all about the challenge.
15 March 2013
A new $42 million "quiet" drilling rig is being brought to Taranaki in an effort to ...
14 March 2013
Todd Energy has signed an agreement to purchase a new drilling rig, reflecting the company’s ....
Drilling boss made it on talent
Quieten down please, we're drilling here
New rig for Todd Energy
Todd Energy has signed an agreement to purchase a new drilling rig, reflecting the company’s long- term commitment and investment both in the Taranaki region and in New Zealand. Read more...
Mali band makes music for Tikorangi
Festival art colours shops
Dozens of retailers in Waitara, Inglewood and New Plymouth are dressing their shop windows this week in Womad artwork. Read more...
Coastguard leads yacht home
The Taranaki Coastguard escorted a yacht back into Port Taranaki yesterday. It did so after concerns were raised for the 68-year-old skipper's safety. Read more...
Fracking 'could create 7000 jobs'
Study of economic impact of hydraulic fracturing released
Petroleum exploration permits for 2012 awarded
Todd Energy welcomes PCE report
Energy and dairy give jobs boost
9 November 2012
New Plymouth's political rivals have agreed on one thing. While figures released yesterday show the highest rate ofunemployment nationwide for 13 years, Taranaki has bucked the trend. The unemployment rate in Taranaki has fallen by 0.4 per cent over the last year. Read more...
Todd Energy releases hydraulic fracturing submission
7 November 2012
Todd Energy today released a submission provided to the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment (PCE) in response to the investigation into hydraulic fracturing in New Zealand. Read more...
Methanol plant poised to resume
7 November 2012
The Waitara Valley methanol plant, which has lain idle for six years, could be back in operation within months. The plant, which was shut down because of a lack of contracted gas supply, could add another 530,000 tonnes to Taranaki's methanol export industry. Read more...
Coastguard heads into summer with new boat
5 November 2012
Crowds gathered and even the sun showed up to welcome the Coastguard's gleaming new red and white boat to Taranaki on Saturday. The $1.3 million state-of-the-art vessel, called Todd Energy Rescue, chugged into Breakwater Bay about 2pm and was greeted by Spotswood College's kapa haka group, before being blessed, doused in champagne and taken for a spin. Read more...
WOMAD 2013 launch
1 November 2012
Last night the line up of performers for WOMAD 2013 was announced at a launch party in the Grand Hall in Parliament. Read more ...