6:30 PM Crosses were erected outside Hamilton West MP Tim Macindoe as part of a silent vigil.
He risked his life for New Zealand and now his family is in danger. But they can't come here.
A Hamilton walkway has been cordoned off by police after an alleged sexual assault.
7:13 PM A proposal to halt the sale of land under Hamilton's Riverlea Theatre has been abandoned.
A child was taken to Waikato Hospital with moderate injuries after a crash.
A charity drive with a difference will be held on Sunday for a brave little boy.
7:42 PM One Waikato District Health Board worker has been sacked and a "number" of others suspended for not complying with the board's flu jab policy.
Waikato welcomes a new addition to Hamilton's Temple View.
The national franchise and chain United Sweets of New Zealand has been placed into liquidation owing thousands.
Recruitment agents say there's a spike in CV fraud, and it's up to employers to watch out.
Matamata's McKay family had a great day out at Ruakaka on Saturday.
The chase for the title is still on for Hamilton Wanderers.
OPINION: I've been to jail several times.
OPINION: In the endless battles for equality it's easy to forget what being equal really means.
OPINION: Sunday morning's epic match at Ellis Park was one I was half convinced the All Blacks would lose. A venue where our record is poor, a team selected on the grounds of rotation and the perceived need to blood new players ahead of the all important world cup and the fact that the old foes were smarting after a classic defeat-from-the-jaws-of-victory encounter with Australia the week before all counted against us.
Hamilton film fans will be booking the best part of a month off work with the international film festival about to hit town again.
Rock, blues, theatre and kung fu - here are this week's top five picks.