11:00 AM Mindlords, a mid-winter festival and an exhibition exploring the human body.
10:56 AM Witness says driver, possibly blinded by morning sun, failed to see a cyclist.
10:45 AM Man charged with murder after another was killed with an axe.
10:43 AM Man arrested after a suspected meth lab was discovered by police north of Tauranga.
A missing possum hunter is found dead at the bottom of a bluff near his home, Waikato police say.
Two people injured when an electric blanket caught fire in their Waihi motel room.
10:45 AM Charlie Lea farms in a traditional but his rural environmental business is anything but.
Fonterra confirms that massive jobs cuts are underway after a series of leaks about staff meetings across the country.
The weight scale will prove a deciding factor in Saturday's Woods Group Taumarunui Gold Cup.
Tournament will provide some valuable match-practice ahead of a busy second half of the year.
OPINION: It's 12:37 PM on a Friday. I am working from home, and I am wearing a thermal undershirt, a T-shirt, a Swanndri, a beanie, jeans, thick socks, and wool slippers.
OPINION: That a child should die in this country because the house it was living in was too damp and cold and a heater couldn’t afford to be run is a shocking state of affairs.
What does a gardener with a passion for ecclesiastical architecture do with 3 acres in the Waikato? Create a tree church, of course.
Pull the right book in Sir Peter Jackson's house and the bookcase will open to Bag End - the home of Bilbo Baggins.