Hamilton's own king of spin, Daniel Vettori, is to be honorary Hamilton ambassador.
9 min ago One person is dead after car and logging truck collide near Te Puke.
10:09 AM Three people were taken to hospital after two cars crashed into each other Friday night.
A group which has morphed into a fuel price "watchdog" for Hamilton may have some hints this long weekend.
Police are looking into the finances of a Waikato social services provider.
Heritage buildings under threat of demolition in Hamilton could be bought by the city council.
The day started out as a simple hitchhike to see family but would become one of New Zealand's most enduring mysteries.
It has taken over 30 years for his predator to be brought to justice. Now he wants to help others.
Honda NZ is rolling up its sleeves for a legal scrap with a second-hand car retailer - all over three letters of the alphabet.
Struggling to find homemade toys for her children, Angela Peckham decided to start a business.
Colossus Sam Cane will lead the Chiefs from the front against the Highlanders in Liam Messam's absence.
Flags are at the ready and ticket punchers are on standby at Waikato Stadium.
OPINION: There's a particularly unpopular fact of life that too many of us seem bent on ignoring these days.
‘‘Without men such as Colin, the Fieldays Society and the Greater Waikato would be without our internationally recognised event and the facilities at Mystery Creek.’’ This tribute in The Waikato Times death notices from the New Zealand National Fieldays Society recognises Colin Gordge, a former society president. Colin was one of several society members who pledged their farms as collateral for a loan to buy the Mystery Creek property in 1971.
OPINION: Stormy seas of controversy threatened to breach the confines of the proverbial tea cup this week when complaints about Radio Hauraki breakfast host Jeremy Wells went beyond the usual Facebook brouhaha. Race Relations Commissioner Susan Devoy was among those who failed to see the funny side when Wells, impersonating multimedia host Mike Hosking, made comments that belittled and denigrated the Tangata whenua.
Four South African Gospel singers are set to perform in Hamilton next month.
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