Waikato hunts for the best Rural Bachelor.
9:52 PM A woman, believed to be in her forties, has life-threatening injuries after being struck by a train in Tauranga.
Hamiltonians caught up in quake-devastated Nepal have described the destruction.
Samuel Christie loved to watch his late-grandad play and coach rugby in Te Awamutu.
A kiwi chick has been named by delegates from Cambridge's sister city in Japan.
A motorbike gang roared off from a dawn service during the Last Post.
Morrinsville now has its own radio station and will soon broadcast television as well.
A serious crash near Otorohanga on Anzac Day has left a woman in a serious condition in Waikato Hospital
The humble honey bee is proving a popular pastime as hive numbers sky rocket.
Video stores are a dying breed. But one man is leading a rebellion.
The Hurricanes have done it again on the road, coming from a slow start to overwhelm the Reds in Brisbane and stay in control of Super Rugby's playoff race.
Chief hopes form since returning from injury will extend to the Glasgow Sevens with Samoa.
OPINION: War is meaningless. Until your freedom, or life, is placed under threat.
OPINION: It's a tough old life, Waikato Times columnist Max Christoffersen finds.
They've met rain or shine and through a war, but come May the Ohaupo Bowling Club will be no more.
Former comedian discusses lifelong battle with depression but still manages to keep the crowd in stitches.