12:44 PM Turei Kingi hit Jaques Donker so hard with a whisky bottle the label was found stuck to the dead man's face.
Ports of Auckland is moving ahead with plans to develop a Waikato freight hub.
A spat has broken out among the city's politicians over legal fees.
It's the third time Powerball has been struck so far this year.
Woman charged with conducting a massive farm worker visa scam named.
Forlongs took a gamble on a young woman in an era when that was not the norm.
12:20 PM Competitors from Franklin are ready make their marae proud at the seventh Waikato-Tainui Games.
Frankton shoppers spanning a few generations remember doing business with Forlongs.
The Waikato's newest icecream factory is on the hunt for workers.
OPINION: OPINION: Prime Minister John Key and his Australian counterpart, Malcolm Turnbull, will take the stage next week for what should have been a mutual love-in.
A customer remembers decking out her first flat and still has an account 30 years later.
Bell Tea and Christchurch coffee roaster Hummingbird look to expand together.
OPINION: OPINION: Tourism only became our number one income earner because of the decline of the dairy sector. But it needs a proper strategy.
Spratt and Stolen Dance powerful Herbie Dyke combination.
Competitors from Franklin are ready make their marae proud at the seventh Waikato-Tainui Games.
Clem Smith's Delilah was bred and produced by his opponent.
Riding With The Stars will provide a different showcase for top equestrians.
Despite a slow track, sprinter Natasha Hansen set a New Zealand record in the 500m time trial.
OPINION: The stomach cinching contraption from a bygone era, the corset, has made a comeback.
OPINION: In the absence of information, rumour will fill the vacancy.
OPINION: The Treaty of Waitangi, in the end, has proved a cohesive document.
OPINION: Shallow people make shallow decisions.
OPINION: Wintec's Centre for Sport Science and Human Performance director has a plan to tackle a looming national health crisis.
Turei Kingi hit Jaques Donker so hard with a whisky bottle the label was found stuck to the dead man's face.
The big Christmas Day lunch at the Cambridge Community Marae hit a record number last year.
He’s a little bit abrupt, sometimes direct, and on occasions a tad curt - but that is how John Fleet gets things done.
Annah Stretton shares some of her favourite things about Morrinsville, Waikato.
REVIEW: Cello soloist captures the beauty of top concerto.
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