Weidong Wang and her husband bought their first home two and a half years ago, they are now selling and moving up the ...

Why the Chinese win real estate

7:02 AM  The Chinese do better because they are more financially focused, real estate agent says.

Thriller ends reign

Canterbury captain Luke Whitelock lifts the famous Log o' Wood in Hamilton.

Waikato's Ranfurly Shield reign comes to an end after Canterbury win another classic in Hamilton.

Family relieved son's body returned

"We are saddened but relieved to have Luke returned to us."

Founders Theatre debate

A decision on the fate of Hamilton's disused Founders Theatre might not happen this year.

Grieving mother's struggle

Daughter's death left Sandra Crump unable to work. Now she faces homelessness.

Day of ceremony for new G-G video

Waikato-born woman Dame Patsy Reddy sworn in as Country's new Governor-General.

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'Eternal job interview situation'

North Shore teacher Paul Stevens considers himself lucky to have a permanent position.

Teacher grads are bouncing from one contract to another, union says.

'Safer speed' for Waitomo

From Wednesday, the speed limit will now be 80 km/h.

Burst main disrupts traffic

Candidates talk politics and economics

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'Safer speed' for Waitomo

The notorious intersection on State Highway 3 near Waitomo in 2012.

From Wednesday, the speed limit will now be 80 km/h.

District i-Sites show their worth at national award

i-Site wins at National Awards is a reflection of hard work, says manger Kim Treen.

Ruapehu District i-Sites take out two awards in Central Otago.

Pay to be locked up

Steve Mead locks people in a room for a living.

Fancy paying to get locked in a room with only an hour to escape?

$150m Johnsonville revamp

The redeveloped Johnsonville Shopping Centre will cost more than $150m and include space for 120 retailers, a cinema and ...

Tenants feared the shopping centre was dying a slow death but 'game-changing' plans are back on track.

Tauranga Crossing shopping centre open

Tauranga Crossing is designed to create an exciting hub for the growing Tauranga community in the coming years.

The first stage of Tauranga Crossing shopping centre opens its doors to the public this week.

sport

Former Chiefs prop retires due to concussion

Nathan White has retired due to concussion problems.

Nathan White has been forced out of the game by concussion.

Canterbury lift Shield in thriller

Canterbury captain Luke Whitelock lifts the famous Log o' Wood in Hamilton.

Waikato's Ranfurly Shield reign comes to an end after Canterbury win another classic in Hamilton.

New Zealand title a snip for Thames squash champ

New Zealand U23 squash champion Casey Owen of Thames.

 A 19-year-old Thames hairdresser has taken out her first New Zealand squash title.

Shield holders no more

Jenny Storey helped Canterbury win the women's NHL title, but the Ramesh Patel Shield is gone.

Canterbury Hockey has handed back the Ramesh Patel Shield it was wrongfully awarded.

Tutaia nearly joined Langman

Maria Tutaia nearly signed in Australia for next year.

Maria Tutaia backs Laura Langman's move to Australia, despite it ruling her out of the Silver Ferns.

opinion

Beware witch doctors

When people become frightened they are particularly vulnerable to exploitation by all manner of self-proclaimed miracle ...

OPINION: It's surprising how easily many of us fall for the messages shared by self-proclaimed astrologers and soothsayers, Tom O'Connor writes.

Million-dollar painting

Colin McCahon in his studio in 1982.

OPINION: Colin McCahon was booed and hissed at when he first started exhibiting in the late 1940s, Peter Dornauf writes. Now one of his paintings has sold for $1 million.

'The ultimate gentleman'

There was standing room only at Bill Costelloe’s funeral in St Peter’s Catholic Church, Cambridge.

OBITUARY: William Joseph Costellow OStJ, March 7, 1929 – September 1, 2016

Quantity or quality?

The battle for seats on the Hamilton City Council is heating up.

OPINION: Engagement with the issues and effectiveness in decision making are better measures than 100% attendance at council meeting, Richard Swainson writes.

A simple thank you

Larger than life, Pauline (Polly) Gillespie with her now ex-husband Grant Kereama on a billboard advertising their radio ...

OPINION: Max Christoffersen "remembers the days of the old school yard", and a girl who made an indelible impression on him.

Life & Style

'Safer speed' for Waitomo

The notorious intersection on State Highway 3 near Waitomo in 2012.

From Wednesday, the speed limit will now be 80 km/h.

Woman with albinism in epic adventure video

Shannon Cleave is not going to let low vision stop her.

Shannon Cleave has never let low vision slow her down. Now she's embarking on an epic 700km adventure.

Pay to be locked up

Steve Mead locks people in a room for a living.

Fancy paying to get locked in a room with only an hour to escape?

Sending Christmas joy to third world countries

Cambridge High School is kicking off Operation Christmas Child again this year, joining with St Peter's Catholic and ...

For some it might be too early to think about Christmas - but not those wanting to help children in third world countries enjoy the holiday.

Hearty reunion for dog, owner

Dog reunion

Family's British bulldog went missing months ago. They'd given up hope, but then came a phone call that made their day.

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