2:58 PM Wiremu Bayliss managed to shed 150kg. Now he's lost an extra 7.5kg after having excess skin removal surgery.
A cow carcass was left to rot and seep into the main water supply of a Waikato school.
Eight ducklings are now in safe hands after falling into a cesspit in Taupo.
City councillors' photocopies would shadow the average All Black lock or lanky NBA player.
Quick-thinking resident douses fire that could have gutted family home.
A Pirongia group is helping save kokako in Pureora Forest Park.
3 min ago Lawnmowing contractors are rushed off their feet but on the farm they need the grass.
3:19 PM She started as a volunteer and now is running the Te Kauwhata station.
If stacked in a neat pile, city councillors' photocopies would shadow the average All Black lock or lanky NBA player.
Wait times range from six days to 31.
Multi-million dollar lawsuit dropped against Te Wananga o Aotearoa .
The 2015 Waikato Business Excellence Awards finalists have been announced, with 23 contestants across nine categories.
Hundreds of government workers in Hamilton are once again involved in a tug of war over where they will work.
The WaiBop squad includes only six players returning from the 2014 campaign.
Rushing to a Samoan hospital with a scratched eye, rugby coach assures wife he'll be fine. He wasn't.
The world's fourth-ranked boxer has ended David Nyika's world championships in Doha.
The pink ball didn't trouble the New Zealand batsmen greatly in Hamilton.
The Mooloos have the chance to salvage a below-par season by getting their hands on the Log o' Wood.
If you want to send a message to kids, keep Chris Brown out of the country.
OPINION: Water on Mars isn't half as mysterious as life on Earth.
It's time we remembered the Land Wars properly and marked them with a national day.
Speeding New Zealand drivers would make great reality TV, except, perhaps, for the carnage they regularly produce.
Waihi Beach is changing. It's not just Hamiltonians any more.
Live weather crossover from Cambridge plaza
Rising star Coral Pitcher will take a leading role in a big weekend of live music in Hamilton and Raglan.
Raglan-based songwriter Parabola West has a Game of Thrones twist to her new single, Fire.
Nature is one of the most effective – not to mention fun, free and beautiful – of class rooms.
Gary Roselli knew about the spectacular sights of Hamilton Gardens long before he stepped off his chartered coach.
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