2:39 PM A drama atop a cinema in Hamilton that locked down part of CBD is over.
2:05 PM Visiting UK resident was walking home to the Waikato farm he worked on when he was hit by a car.
2:29 PM Neighbours' firefighting efforts futile after hot oil left unattended turns house into inferno.
Hundreds felt big jolt across the North Island - "It was like a deep rumbling noise."
2:30 PM Cops are looking for a silver car seen driven dangerously before another car crashed.
Three pursuits, five teenage arrests and multiple crashes: all in a night's work for the cops.
2:38 PM "We had to get something like twelve copies of Big Momma's House 2. That became the prime example of the madness of the way the system worked."
2:24 PM Life's too short to eat bad food according to Te Aroha's X-ING Cafe and Takeaways owner Lyn Madoc.
"We had to get something like twelve copies of Big Momma's House 2. That became the prime example of the madness of the way the system worked."
A Facebook page set up to encourage responsible freedom camping has outed a couple seen dumping effluent into a camp ground drain.
Jandals, shorts, singlets stay in the wardrobe as road construction workers face their busiest time of year.
Businesses cock-a-hoop for Year of the Rooster as up to 33,000 Chinese prepare to descend on NZ shores.
Four people are facing charges after a number of ram raids in Hamilton.
OPINION: Cash or career? An All White's conundrum as the Chinese Super League calls.
Cambridge race car driver Nick Ross had a great weekend at Teretonga and now sets his sights on Manfield.
Relay team's reunion comes just a month after its 1980 record was broken.
"Speculation is speculation." English club hits back at claims Chinese Super League chasing All White.
Fraser-Tech fast bowler Elliot Law claimed a remarkable eight-wicket haul in the Eddy Marr Bowl on Saturday.
Opinion: Pre-election offers chance for Waikato to influence decision makers.
OPINION: While the landscape has become gentrified, the people are becoming more feral in the Waikato.
OPINION: As the years have gone by NZ has never stopped amazing me, never stopped giving me reasons to be proud.
OPINION: Just how does Oxfam define poverty? Because, if you look closely, it's not how it should be defined.
OPINION: A treasure trove of Hemingway was made more meaningful given the books' first owner.
Dambusters: Boffins, Bravery and Bouncing Bombs, heading towards Te Awamutu.
A Hamilton City Councillor was called out for walking her jack russell on a bush track where dogs are not allowed.
"It's the treasure hunt that keeps on giving"
An everyday bloke has been honoured with a 2017 Kiwi Bank Local Hero Award.
Possibly the best chips in the region can be found in a former church.
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