It’s not only the plants that are growing at Moturoa School’s much-loved and important Trees for Survival programme.
Taranaki log scaling operations have moved into the future, with the establishment of a cutting-edge robotic facility in New Plymouth.
Through care, connection, and a fair amount of cake, Julie Johns is keeping alive a relationship that was born 15 years ago but has roots stretching back almost two centuries.
Having welcomed ships and trade for 100 years, a major project is under way to ensure Port Taranaki’s Newton King Tanker Terminal does so for at least 100 more.
Our October 2023 Portal newsletter includes an article about a major project to reinforce the seawall protecting the Newton King Tanker Terminal, the opening of ISO Limited's new robotic log…
By Simon Craddock Port Taranaki chief executive Long regarded as New Zealand’s premier energy province, Taranaki also has the opportunity to become New Zealand’s premier renewable energy province.
In a significant step forward for Taranaki’s burgeoning cruise tourism industry, a comprehensive Taranaki Cruise Strategy has been developed to ensure there is a coordinated, region-wide approach to sustainably grow…
Click here to read the Port Taranaki Annual Report 2023: Port Taranaki Annual Review 2023
An increase in ship visits, improved bulk liquids trade, increased offshore support work, and several one-off extraordinary items have helped Port Taranaki post a record result for the 2022-23 financial…
A police-led programme that is using the experience and culture of waka ama to help at-risk youth is growing.
Taranaki can expect a bumper summer of cruise ship visitors this season, with seven vessels scheduled to stop off at Port Taranaki.
Expert navigation and a steady hand were required when the crew of Port Taranaki tug Tuakana tackled a monster job during autumn.
Port Taranaki has a new Board chair and two new directors following the retirement of long-time directors Richard Krogh and David MacLeod.
The first piece of physical offshore wind technology in New Zealand, a Floating Light Detecting and Ranging device (FLiDAR), is in Port Taranaki ahead of its deployment in the South…
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