"Once she was gone, in our eyes, there was nothing left worth taking."
Red tape stymies tiny North Island council's efforts to make its own booze laws.
5:38 PM Nepalese man who died after a road crash in NZ had lost his home in the earthquake
4:14 PM Safety fence installed by railtracks in Te Kuiti where a teen was fatally struck by a train.
4:24 PM Motorcyclist seriously injured after coming off bike near Opotiki in Bay of Plenty.
5:43 PM An 18-month-old Waikato girl had wandered from her yard when she was struck by a mobile shopping truck.
4:18 PM The Ag Art Wear event at Fieldays has double the number of entries this year than last year.
Prime Minister John Key was in Cambridge on Thursday to officially open Giltrap AgriZone's newest store.
Cow number 209 is no ordinary cow.
Prices have continued to fall at Fonterra's GlobalDairyTrade auction.
5:21 PM As New Zealand's elite track cyclists walk the hallway into Cambridge's Avantidrome, champions of the past watch their every move.
The classy shooter is thankful for the opportunity to be playing in New Zealand.
OPINION: Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve been learning a new language.
OPINION: Justice is a harsh thing sometimes. Never is it harsher than when crime meets the ultimate punishment, as it did this week in Indonesia.
Chamber Music New Zealand is celebrating New Zealand Music Month with three events in Hamilton.
An array of events will be held in the South Waikato over May.