The language of tragedy
Stuff/Daily News column for February 15, 2020 – Tragic language
What did Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage mean when she said trampers’ deaths were a ‘worst-case scenario’? Image: Stuff
Our book on the story of the Andreoli family of South Taranaki was launched at the Hawera library this week. This story about it appeared in the Taranaki Daily News on Saturday, December 21, 2019.
Wolfie and the fire engine
Former All Black Neil Wolfe and his wife Raewyn are the subject of a biography being assembled by Jim and Lin Tucker for publication as a book soon.
One memory recounted by Neil was about him walking down to the New Plymouth Fire Station when he was three years old and being found sitting in the driver’s seat of a fire truck.
When Jim took the couple back to the modern-day fire station to re-enact the scene, Taranaki Daily News staff were there to record it: Daily News story Oct 11 2019
Pukekura Park photo essay