16 min ago A Mangataparu couple gave up their day jobs to take on a new mission in life in the Pacific.
11:27am A wristband regime for the Waikato Home and Garden Show has been dropped after a licensing hearing.
Prices are up at most of the on-farm bulls sales occurring around the Waikato.
OPINION: Have you ever noticed how Hamilton is a really odd shape?
An Auckland man jailed for stealing about $200,000 worth of jewellery from a Cambridge store was on parole at the time of the heist.
Up to 100 people benefited from free dental work at a practice in Hamilton East.
Hayden McCormick was a surprise madison silver medallist at the BikeNZ Cup in Cambridge after a late call-up.
Joseph Stalin, the Soviet Union's brutish and dictatorial leader from the mid-1920s until his death in 1953, once said: "The people who cast the votes don't decide an election, the people who count the votes do."
An ardent Labour Party supporter, blogging about the final leaders' "debate", was particularly struck by the responses when National's John Key and Labour's David Cunliffe were asked what their governments would do in the first 100 days.
Police have explained the reason for Wainuiomata Hill speed camera, after the Hutt City mayor labelled it ''a bit extreme''.
Mark Caunter of Hamilton City Libraries finds a Pulitzer Prize winner from the early 1990s that's still a winner.
The Kiwi songstress has announced the name of her single on the forthcoming Hunger Games soundtrack.
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