Students from St Peter's Catholic School in Cambridge were in awe at their gift from Countdown.

School's special surprise

A set of animal collectible cards have been turned into a learning tool at St Peter's.

Tax cheat sentenced

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The new Zespri Hort3 gold variety of kiwifruit. Photo supplied

12:39 PM  Orchard owner sentenced to 10 months' home detention for defrauding taxpayers.

One dead in crash gallery

A man has died following a head-on collision on Hauraki Road.

Traffic delays on Kaimai Range

12:00 PM  Driving through the Kaimais will be slow going, drivers are warned.

Remembering New Zealand's fight

Olympic medallist not sure if he would have had as much guts as his great granddad showed.

Moving from UK to NZ

British family woud "love to live here, but same money and you have lower standards".

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News

The face of beauty heading to Taiwan

Pukekohe's Cassandra Blomfield will represent New Zealand at the Face of Beauty International in Taiwan this September.

2 min ago  Pukekohe‚Äôs Cassandra Blomfield only had a week and a half to prepare for the Face of Beauty International NZ 2015 competition, but despite her lack of preparation, the 21-year-old took home the tiara.

Show promises sass and comedy

4 min ago  An R18 bellydance and burlesque show, Backstage Cabaret, will take to Waiuku's Backstage Theatre on Saturday, May 2.

Army for war horse march

Funding for recycling

Business

IRD backs down on remission rules

Inland Revenue has backed down on debt remission rules for tax.

OPINION: Debt remission rules are set to stay according to the latest from Inland Revenue.

Giving something for nothing

OPINION: There is no justification for zero hour contracts, employment lawyer Andrea Twaddle says.

Hamilton Mayor Julie Hardaker.

Looking after assets key to city's prosperity

Continuing to build new roads and city infrastructure is not sustainable, Hamilton leaders say.

Sport

Cruden's loss could be Horrell's gain at Chiefs

Andrew Horrell will get a chance to make his mark with Aaron Cruden's season ended through injury.

Utility back Andrew Horrell says there have been few chances to play at 10 for the Chiefs since 2012 because Cruden has been almost bulletproof.

Cruden still clings to faint Rugby World Cup hope

Aaron Cruden still has an outside chance of going to the Rugby World Cup as a late replacement.

Waikato swimmer Helena Gasson took out four titles at the New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland last week.

Gasson produces top display

Young Waikato swimmer equals Lauren Boyle's feats.

Opinion

Paul Henry, feminism and Dr Blue

TV3's Paul Henry pictured on the set of the new breakfast show.

OPINION: Yep, this young female agrees with Paul Henry. Modern feminism isn't helping anyone.

It's OK if Hamilton's CBD dies

OPINION: Hamilton's downtown has become a scary place and only a bold vision will fix it.

Nicholas Stevens died after being allowed to leave the Henry Bennett Centre unescorted.

Lessons not learnt at Henry Bennett

OPINION: Nicholas Stevens was not the first person let down by staff at the Henry Bennett Centre.

Life & Style

On a distant rocky shore

Mass burial in 1919 at Chunuk Bair of New Zealand soldiers’ bones, gathered at Gallipoli.

12:50 PM  Hamilton historian Richard Stowers heads back in time to tell the story of the Waikato Anzacs on Gallipoli.

What's On in the South Waikato

Find out what's happening in the South Waikato this week.

Waikato's roll of honour, commemorating the Anzac Gallipoli Landing Centenary.

Waikato WWI Memorial of Fallen Soldiers

This list has been created from consolidating information from five websites.

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