Amy's mini-marathon challenge

3km walk to raise awareness of cystic fibrosis

Seven-year-old Amy Ross is a Waikato girl on a mission. And she's not letting cystic fibrosis slow her down.
Amy Ross

Child assault arrest

Arrest, arrested, handcuffs 'Scientific developments' lead to arrest in molestation of 5-year-old girl nearly two years ago.

Driver blows three times the limit

Drink-driver pulled over by 'horrified' motorists was three times the legal limit.

Tokoroa left high and dry

A fault in Tokoroa's water tower left the town with water for about an hour this afternoon.

Fatal head-on crash at 130kmh

Man killed in central North Island crash was over twice the legal blood alcohol limit, coroner finds.

Shoot-out investigation continues

The investigation into an armed standoff with police near Kerepehi continues, police say.

7km whey spill

Police Motorists advised to take care after a 7km whey spill on State Highway 1 near Putaruru.

Rules not to be messed with

As his tractor slipped towards a flowing stream, all Melissa Vining's husband could think of was his daughter sitting beside him.

Zero road toll aim for weekend

Elected members urged to 'get ready'

Hamilton West School

Family helps mark birthday

One of many stories with a historic connection to Hamilton West School will help it celebrate its 150th.

Fieldays thinks big

Fieldays The southern hemisphere's biggest agricultural event is hoping for government help to go bigger.

New lease of life for iconic hotel

Sixty years of majestic beauty and history is being revived in the Putaruru Hotel - carpet, wallpaper and all.

Girls' day out in Otorohanga

Expanding beyond the bread and butter

Abigail Foote

LIC appoints new director

Co-op appoints independent director to the board of LIC at annual meeting.

Chiefs  |  Magic  |  School Sport  |  Racing

Stop the dot rot and rotate

Martin Guptill Slow starts from New Zealand's openers could end up costing New Zealand a match at the 2015 Cricket World Cup.

Lower order do the business

Northern Districts sides have made a habit of getting the most out of their lower-order batsmen and so it goes on.

Kiwis hold a strong hand

New sevens comp for NZ women

Donovan Grobbelaar

Auckland duo punish Knights

The current South African presence isn't welcomed by the Black Caps, but it proved handy for the Aces today.

Credentials don't work

Nanaia Mahuta I was surprised to hear of Nanaia Mahuta's bid for the Labour leadership.

Save our built heritage

I attended a function at the Hamilton City Council on Monday evening to celebrate their commitment to arts and culture.

Mistaken diagnosis risk small

A great big thank you


Editorial | Government secrecy appals

Official advice to the Government on poverty was bound to raise hackles, once the documents were flushed into the open.

Keep calm and drive on

Red road stripes confuse Aucklanders. Red stripes appear on Auckland's roads, alarming locals. But what are they for?

Take it easy plea

Motorists are being urged to take it easy on the roads over Labour weekend, as thousands of New Zealanders hit the highways.

Holden hunts first owner

Record price for fake?

Japan builds real Transformer

Your dream of a sports car that transforms into a real robot just inched closer to reality.

Life & Style
Fashion  |  Food  |  Arts  |  People

Vintage Reads: A Handful of Dust

Book stack Rachel Pope, owner of Browsers bookshop, visits an old friend.

Curtain's down on movies as an art form

Classic films no longer "live on" and the impact of current films is "ephemeral", like other forms of performance art.

Top five things to do this weekend

Retro a-go-go at the Atomic Market

	 Kiwi Cafe

Girls' day out in Otorohanga

Denise Irvine trawls Waikato's rural towns looking for places, and faces, that serve up a happy retail experience.

Jim Hickey hangs up his umbrella

As weathercaster Jim Hickey announces his retirement, a look at some of his best moments.

Breaking Bad actor scares fans

Breaking Bad fans who meet Giancarlo Esposito often feel uneasy around the actor who plays one of the show’s greatest villains.

Galifianakis makes Pitt squirm

MacGyver star in Auckland

Miley's tongue 'not offensive'

An advert for Seven Sharp showing singer Miley Cyrus poking her tongue out has been ruled to be inoffensive.

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Elton John and his band will take to the stage on November 21, 2015 at Wellington’s Westpac Stadium to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.

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