Wall to Euphrasie House comes down.

Euphrasie House graffiti protest

The words 'urban terrorist' were written in chalk on the wall near Hamilton's Euphrasie House.

Siege verdict: guilty video

Bundled

An angry Rhys Warren had to be manhandled from the courtroom.

What the jury wasn't told video

Rhys Warren, found guilty of shooting four police officers, viciously beat a 66-year-old dog ranger in 2009.

Gridlock grows as city groans

It used to be the preserve of Aucklanders, but traffic trouble is heading south.

On stage with Adele

The Hamilton teenager knew she had front-row seats but didn't expect a hug.

Partner's silence sparks beating

A woman was fatally beaten in a "punishing" rage because she wouldn't answer her partner's questions.

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Living in fear of going blind

Allen Taylor with 200 life size cut-outs of health workers during the New Zealand Public Service Association's health ...

Allen Taylor was waiting so long for a cataract operation, he came close to losing his sight.

Pricing review released

Pricing review reveals an alternative method would be fairer.

Tauranga pedestrian named

Balloon lands in city street

business

Dinsdale robbery arrests

Police are looking for a third person - Kody Atama, also known as Kody Adams or Kody Panapa - in relation to the ...

Police are looking for Kody Aaron Atama in relation to the aggravated robbery.

New commercial development for Cambridge

Work on building this new complex in Wilson St is expected to start in June.

Removal of a house is a step in the right direction to provide land for commercial use in Cambridge.

Making the world a more civilised place

For those struggling with an obsessive coffee disorder there is always the Cambridge Latte Lady, Jaqui Misson.

From a small caravan parked on the outskirts of Cambridge, Jaqui Misson makes the world more civilised.

354,000 visitors on a single day

New Zealand hosted 3.5 million overseas visitors last year but the number here on any single day varies by up to 242,000.

Seasonal fluctuations in tourist numbers are a challenge for disaster planning, Stats NZ says.

Business hub sets up in Cambridge

Meraki Workspace partners Rachel O'Rielly, Susanne Lorenz and Emma Sinclair.

Working from home but need a professional space to meet clients?

sport

Men's northern league season begins

Liam Williams will play for Hamilton Wanderers before heading to the United States later this winter.

Hamilton Wanderers, Melville United and Claudelands Rovers each have a division to themselves, but how will they fare?

Balancing act for Black Caps

Neil Wagner will be the senior bowler in the New Zealand side for the third test against South Africa in Hamilton.

The absence of two key bowlers has hampered New Zealand's push to level the test series.

Foundation players enjoy anniversary

Roto-o-Rangi's finest 70-plus age group tennis players. Ross Riddell, Lawrence McDonnell,Colin Boyles, Colin Webber and ...

Roto-o-Rangi Tennis Club celebrates its 30th anniversary.

ND ease to win over Wellington

Dean Brownlie guided Northern Districts to victory over Wellington at the Bay Oval.

Michael Papps' defiant 160 dragged Wellington to respectability but Northern Districts comfortably chase down winning target.

Kuggeleijn gets NZ call-up

Scott Kuggeleijn has been called into the Black Caps as cover for the third test side against South Africa in Hamilton.

The quick-bowling allrounder was found not guilty of rape in court last month.

opinion

Macpherson on rates debate

Dave Macpherson is a West Ward councillor.

OPINION: Hamilton City Councillor Dave Macpherson enters the rates debate with an alternative view.

Ambush at City Hall

Hamilton Mayor Andrew King.

OPINION: Hamilton city councillors are now locked in a he-said-she-said spiral down to battling fiefdoms, all of it ending in ugly partisan politics, based on who knew what, and when, writes Max Christoffersen.

Briggs a man of many surprises

Hamilton City Council chief executive Richard Briggs.

OPINION: It is a far from ideal state of affairs, administering in perpetual crisis mode, keeping those who are elected to make such decisions in the dark until the last minute, writes Richard Swainson.

Soprano hit right note

Pamela Reynolds was renown for her voice and had a great sense of humour.

OBITUARY: Blindness was no barrier for soprano Pamela Reynolds, writes Charles Riddle.

Immigration hot issue

Geert Wilders’ right-wing anti-immigration Party for Freedom became the Netherlands’ second largest party after last ...

OPINION: After two years of record immigration figures most months, New Zealanders are growing wary, writes Narelle Henson.

Life & Style

Foundation players enjoy anniversary

Roto-o-Rangi's finest 70-plus age group tennis players. Ross Riddell, Lawrence McDonnell,Colin Boyles, Colin Webber and ...

Roto-o-Rangi Tennis Club celebrates its 30th anniversary.

'More farmers need to talk'

Dairy farm manager Joshua Monks says more work needs to be done to encourage people to talk about depression.

Overcoming isolation of working on rural properties and businesses can help farmers deal with depression.

Merits a 'big deal' for Roto-o-Rangi farmer

Dairy farm manager Joshua Monks won three merit awards and was named runner-up to Dairy Manager of the Year.

Focus on health and safety is paramount for Waikato dairy farmer.

Community hall the heartbeat of Roto-o-Rangi

Roto-o-Rangi Memorial Hall still remains a focal point for community gatherings.

Every community needs a hub, a place to meet and in 1938, Roto-o-Rangi was one of those places.

Waikato man drought

The last Waikato man to win Rural Bachelor and lift the Golden Gumboot was Jeff Peek in 2014.

It appears there may be a lack of competitive men in the Waikato.

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Trust Waikato chairman Niwa Nuri and Hamilton Mayor Julie Hardaker discuss artist Dick Frizzell's work Pile of Stumps.

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