First he got $100,00 to study bogans, now there's another $300,000 for a TV documentary on his work.
The Chinese firm that bought the Crafar farms has signed a conditional deal for another large block.
Hamilton police recorded a spike in domestic violence, responding to 95 calls in one week, but say its trending down.
Touted as the Internet Mana Party party but it was clear many were only there to see the Kim Dotcom show.
The Matamata-Piako District Council to do more work on a proposed extension of Hauraki Rail Trail from Te Aroha to Matamata.
Nearly 200 people gathered at Wintec to discuss the future of Hamilton's city centre.
NZ team chef de mission Rob Waddell admits their sights were set on 600 medals, and say they are not done yet.
In public, it was all sweetness and light but, behind closed doors, there were arguments, lying and threats.
Secure your load or this could happen.
Did anybody gamble on Kenny Rogers playing in Hamilton?
Stars are angering fans when they post strong political views on social media.
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