Chiefs make successful return to Rotorua with 34-20 Super Rugby win over Bulls.
Waikato Times' journalist Florence Kerr wins prestigious prize at the Canon Media Awards.
A man is dead after a car he was sole occupant of hit a tree in near Hamilton.
Franklin Cat Rescue is fundraising to pay for operation needed for two kittens.
A Hamilton teenager fleeing police crashed into traffic lights in Hamilton East.
Would you ring an electronic mooloo bell by shaking your phone?
Police say a child missing for more than five hours was found at a friend's house.
Victory for the Sunday Star-Times in weekly newspaper of the year highlighted a strong showing at the Canon Media Awards by Fairfax New Zealand journalists on Friday night.
Our rural communities are well aware now of the challenges the substantial reduction of income forecast for our dairy industry participants, will actually mean.
Hope for customers caught out by LeftBrain liquidation.
Join us for Super Rugby action as the Chiefs host the Bulls in Rotorua.
Would you ring an electronic mooloo bell?
OPINION: Recent report on the cost of NZ's dairy industry needs to look further than evidence that suits its needs.
OPINION: Recent news that yet another New Zealander is on trial for drug trafficking in an Asian country and faces the possibility of the death sentence should be a very loud wake-up call here for those tempted to get involved in the trafficking business no matter how big potential rewards.
Foodie heaven, family bike fun, surfing and football. Here are this week's top five picks.
With the Budget coming up on Thursday we ask people in the Waikato what they think of the way the government manages their money.