Waikato hunts for the best Rural Bachelor.
Waikato journalists were in Kathmandu when the 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck.
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.
A serious crash near Otorohanga on Anzac Day has left a woman in a serious condition in Waikato Hospital
Morrinsville now has its own radio station and will soon broadcast television as well.
A field day focused on farm planning and environmental sustainability is planned for the wider Waipa River catchment in May.
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.
3:19 PM Hamilton Marist have nudged Otorohanga out of first place in Waikato premier club rugby with a century of points at Matamata.
Hamilton Old Boys secured the Rae-Martin Shield on Saturday with a tight 3-2 victory over Fraser-Tech in the Waikato premier hockey competition.
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.