Beryl, left and Valerie, right, with their mother Dorothy Redman in 1954 after their father died saving people in the ...

Seeking closure after Tangiwai

Their father gave his life to save others at Tangiwai - NZ's worst ever rail disaster.

Riders hit head-on

Traffic was backed up near the scene of the fatal crash north of Tokoroa.

3 min ago  Two motorcyclists who died in a crash with a tanker north of Tokoroa did not know each other.

Body found on beach

11:31 AM  The body of a 60-year-old local man has been found on Papamoa beach in Tauranga.

Life in a car with 11 pets

The couple are "desperate" after being kicked out by their landlord. But the animals keep them going.

How to earn a $10m paycheck

How a Kiwi kid climbed to the top of the corporate ladder.

Bush body recovered video

Residents fear the body found in bush land off Te Puru Forks is that of missing woman Anne Bunning.

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Matariki-inspired waka sculpture

Lighting and sound on the sculpture will change based on information from a network of sensors.

11:50 AM  An interactive steel structure is planned for Hamilton's Ferrybank precinct.

Trailer load of chips crashes

11:28 AM  A refrigerator truck full of frozen chips has overturned blocking part of a Waikato highway.

Raffle ticket ruse

Handbrake on speeding staff


Rotorua's $10 million man

Mark Wilson grew up in Rotorua, studied at Waikato University and runs a billion dollar finance company.

How a kid from a small NZ city came to lead a 300-year-old insurance giant in Europe's finance capital.

Large scale events boosting Taupo economy

Sporting events like the IronMan are big business in Taupo.

Hosting large scale events has boosted Taupo's economy to the tune of $32.7 million over the last twelve months. 

Economics research proves a winner

Former Cambridge High School student Dr Leo Krippner has won a prestigious international economics award.

Reserve Bank senior adviser has won an international economics award.

Fast-food workers walk video

KFC staff calling for fairness outside of KFC in Evans St, TImaru.

Burgers and flat whites off the menu as KFC, Pizza Hutt, Carl's Jr and Starbucks hit by strikes.

Fizz goes out of L&P plant

160113 Peter Meecham Fairfax Media. 
Ben Tameifuna, left, and Bundee Aki cycle past the iconic L&P bottle in Paeroa ...

Paeroa factory's bottling days are behind it, but the pipes that once carried the famous water remain.


Jockeys given all clear

Zy Nor Azman was released from hospital after he was cleared of serious injury.

Jockeys escape serious injury after nasty race fall.

Leitch to join Sunwolves pack

Michael Leitch will swap Chiefs colours for those of the Sunwolves in the 2019 Super Rugby season.

Japan international and Chiefs loose forward Michael Leitch set for switch to Sunwolves in 2019.

Tokoroa's national BMX champ' takes on the world

National champion BMX rider Dion Newth leading the race to the finish line during the New Zealand BMX Championships held ...

National champion Tokoroa BMX rider Dion Newth prepares to take on the world's best during UCI BMX World Championships in South Carolina.

Eager Ngatai plays 80 minutes

Charlie Ngatai got more minutes under his belt for University against Hamilton Old Boys.

Charlie Ngatai deals with big hits from Zac Guildford and co to complete a full match in Waikato club rugby.

Melville score 10 in romp

The scoreboard at Gower Park reflected Melville United's dominance.

Five in the first half and five in the second meant Melville United had an emphatic win over Tauranga City United


Time of the month

'Mum kept me home' – Kiwi girls missing school because they can't afford sanitary products

OPINION: Any man who claims he has not suffered from the effects of the female menstrual cycle is either genuinely celibate or has not been married long enough, Tom O'Connor writes.

Debrief likely on flood protection

Paddocks were underwater after the Piako River breached its banks.

OPINION: Financial impact of weather event yet to be felt.

Truth not dead

Euphrasie House has been demolished, despite efforts to save it.

OPINION: Honesty, transparency and fairness are paramount when it comes to matters that strike at the heart of democracy and public confidence, Peter Dornauf writes.

Long way home

Hamilton is expanding and you only need to try to take a quick trip across town to realise the city’s roads aren't coping.

OPINION: Hamilton is expanding, stretching and you only need to try to take a quick trip across town to realise the city’s roads are not coping, writes Max Christoffersen.

Culture debate

Culture is a complicating factor when looking at immigration.

OPINION: When immigrants are no threat to our own jobs, we don't have a problem with them, writes Narelle Henson.

Life & Style

Meg Daly's Waikato highlights

Meg Daly hopes to take a back seat at Celtic Kitchen soon, handing the reins to her daughter to spend more time in the ...

Moving from conservative Ireland 30 years ago, Celtic Kitchen's Meg Daly loves Hamilton and wouldn't live anywhere else.

The best butter chicken in Hamilton

The tandoori prawns served on a hot plate.

If you're looking for the best butter chicken spot, this is your place.

Silence offered as respect for fallen soldiers

People march as part of the Te Aroha, Anzac Day Dawn Parade.

Waikato students reflect on Anzac Day commemorations.

History has taught us nothing

More than 1000 people arrived at the Cambridge Town Hall at 6am for the Anzac Day Dawn Service.

Reverend delivers sobering dawn service message as politicians rattle their sabres.

Ka Mate haka relived on Anzac Day

Les Raddeker lays a wreath at the Morrinsville Anzac Day service, on behalf of the NZ Navy.

Morrinsville people turn out to pay tribute to those who died in major conflicts.

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