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Dream becomes a reality
By KRYSTI WETTON

TAKE a bow Taranaki.
A long-running fundraising effort for cancer sufferers has turned a New Plymouth man's dream into a reality.
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Long-cherished dream a reality
By JAYNE HULBERT

THE city's much-loved coastal walkway is special to many of us - and yester-day, part of it became the construction site for a special house.
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Quilt to help special house
By David Bruce

HAWERA'S Patchwork Pals are doing their bit for the House for Karen, which will help cancer sufferers.
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THANK YOU
Thank you to Tasman Toyota in partnership with Toyota Signature Class for their outstanding generosity...
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"Time out" for cancer survivors
The money raised from the Garden and Arts Safari is to go towards the Karen House trust.
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For fun and charity
FUN RUN: Hundreds of people crammed New Plymouth's Coastal Walkway yesterday for the annual Port to Park Fun Run.
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Jaimee's cancer Crusade
Black Stick Jaimee Provan has more than just pride at stake in the final of TV2's reality show, The Zone.
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Plenty of cheer - and grass next year
The annual event, run by the New Plymouth Egmont Lions Club, was held at Okurukuru Winery on Saturday.
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Surprise Christmas stockings charm children in Ward 2
The timing couldn't have been better. Ward 2 was quite busy just before Christmas, with a number of children spending the countdown to Christmas in hospital.
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Work set to begin on House For Karen holiday retreat
WORK will start soon on A House For Karen and plans to build the home in central New Plymouth mean people will be able to follow its progress.
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Hollywood Request Stuns Photographer
An Esteemed Hollywood Producer can't get enough of serene images of Mt Taranaki.
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Dream house comes closer for charity
A year after cancer claimed the life of his wife, Ronnie Van Dillen's campaign to fulfil a dream in her honour has reached a significant milestone.
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New Plymouth Fire Service open day
Have a nosy...
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GOOD PRICE
Taranaki Rugby Football Union chief executive Paul Easton (left) and Ronnie Van Dillen keep an eye on the ball that is going to be tendered for The Karen Cornelia Trust.
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