Denise Irvine enjoys a mix of good food and history at The Refinery.
Raewyn Green was unconscious and gasping on the floor of her home when her partner ran to get help.
Heavy showers and thunderstorms hit North Island but warning of severe storms called off.
It seems a phoenix could be pulled from the ashes if the retailing giant of Forlongs closes.
When Ralph and Evelyn Forlong started, their aim was to make just £40.
At least one conservative MP wants to ditch the Union Jack flag.
Valentines Day is a throwback to a more traditional time, figures suggest.
Newly appointed chief executive Kirk Hope loves surfing, soccer, and spinning discs.
OPINION: Prime Minister John Key paints a pretty picture but misses the point.
Prospect of store closure could add hugely to the city's vacant commercial property space.
Two buildings from very different sectors take the lead in sustainability.
Tauranga sprinter Joseph Millar completed the 100-200 double at the Porritt Classic on Saturday.
Xtravagant awesome in Te Rapa sprint.
Mid South Canterbury's world champs put on a show in the team pursuit.
Filly upsets weight-for-age stars on sodden Te Rapa.
Track watering makes Te Rapa a punters' nightmare.
OPINION: The stomach cinching contraption from a bygone era, the corset, has made a comeback.
OPINION: Cricket was never, really, the sport of gentlemen.
OPINION: The other morning, I was standing in my office with a Phillips screwdriver in my hand, and beside me my printer was purring sweetly, spitting out paper as it went about its business.
OPINION: When both the Labour Party and Bernie Sanders talked about the value of free tertiary education, it was a chance for Waikato's tertiary leaders to step up.
OPINION: In the absence of information, rumour will fill the vacancy.
Neville Ritchie talks about the rich history of the Pureora Forest, as outlined in his new book.
A Cambridge man is doing his bit to support two health organisations by cycling 125 kilometres.
Cambridge-based course aimed at helping families navigate parenthood
The big Christmas Day lunch at the Cambridge Community Marae hit a record number last year.
He’s a little bit abrupt, sometimes direct, and on occasions a tad curt - but that is how John Fleet gets things done.
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