Waikato Stadium appears set to get a big tick from Fifa for next year's world under-20 football tournament.
A Rotorua man was jailed yesterday for wounding with reckless disregard and assault on a 9-month-old baby.
When it comes to identifying New Zealand drywood termites it pays to know your excrement.
Supporters of Euphrasie House on Clyde St have just received a major financial boost from the Government.
Pukekohe police bring in special investigators to identify those responsible for arsons.
The Te Aroha Events Centre fund is expected to get a significant boost thanks to a community construction initiative.
Tight racing is likely to be the order of the day at the second round of the Top Half kart series.
The Taxpayers' Union founders described it as a politically independent grassroots campaign to lower the tax burden by exposing and (hopefully) reducing wasteful government spending.
Alfa Romeo and McLaren have popped the tops off their newest sports cars.
Delectable wine and exquisite food enticed close to 6000 people to the annual Waikato Food and Wine Festival.
This horror-comedy about a bloodsucking finishing school is no Heathers nor Mean Girls.
The Waikato Times was inundated with entries for our Canon Summer Pix competition. Here are our winners.
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