Hundreds farewelled the Morrinsville pilot who died when his plane crashed on Tuesday.
A man has appeared in court after a fight that saw a person sent to hospital with stab wounds.
Nearly 200 couples are in Hamilton for the National Ballroom Championships.
When Penelope Te Pania grows up, she wants to plant trees all over the world.
Ten years ago, there was a public outcry over pest control. Now, it's "kill the buggers".
Labour MP to push for Hamilton-Auckland commuter train.
The NZ children's clothing company has too much debt and is struggling to stay afloat.
Members of a women's gym in Auckland say they are still waiting for refunds, more than two months after it closed.
John Key cut the ribbon on a new $8m visitor centre and production plant at Zealong Estate's tea-growing operation.
The future of Wellington's Shelly Bay is uncertain after opponents challenged its sale.
A New Zealand virtual and augmented reality association has been set up to develop the booming sector.
A comfortable win over Poverty Bay, and an upset in Ashburton, has King Country on track to defend their silverware.
Hamilton Wanderers and Eastern Suburbs are both on the board in the Stirling Sports Premiership.
Rebel Dane ghosts to victory inone of Australia's biggest sprints at 60-1.
When Hamilton Wanderers take the field at Porritt Stadium on Saturday, it will be the start of new era in Waikato national league football.
Winx and Hartnell are expected to make the Cox Plate a two-horse race but can the emulate Bonecrusher and Our Waverley Star?
OPINION: Narelle Henson opposes assisted suicide being introduced in New Zealand.
OPINION: What should have been just another Friday night of warm pizza became a night of reflection.
OBITUARY: Una ‘Myrle’ Robertson, December 19, 1914 – September 28, 2016
OPINION: Why was a man as disturbed as Ross Bremner not in care?
OPINION: The Tribal Huk gang is changing people's minds about what a gang is and what it can be.
Local honey, organic cinnamon, turmeric, black pepper, water and coconut milk - yum.
REVIEW: Book explores one of the nations neglected parts of history - the invasion by the British of the Waikato in 19th century.
The decision has been made to move Lake Te Ko Utu's historic gates into a more prominent place.
They might have been small and young, but they filled the Claudelands Events Centre with their powerful performances.
Spicy, salty, bitter, sweet and sour: It was all there for the taking - and the tasting - at this Asian food festival.
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