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Carjackers beat driver

Police Driver who was carjacked was dragged from the vehicle, beaten and then abandoned.

River bed appeal rejected

An appeal by Maori landowners over ownership of parts of the Waikato River bed has been knocked back.

Steel net to stop rocks

A 1600 square metre steel net will be anchored into a section of the Mangaotaki Bluffs above State Highway 3 near Pio Pio to prevent rock falls.

Thieves use pickaxe in gun burglary

Thieves used a mining pickaxe to cleave open a private gun safe and access five firearms.

Pensioners fight plan

elderly Senior citizens are vowing to fight any move to sell off Hamilton's pensioner housing stock.

Family weep at sentencing

Two men who "phantom" financed the importation of machinery to keep business afloat have been jailed.

Long fight heading to court

Mother still weeps for lost son

Maeroa Intermediate twins

Seeing double at school

It would be easy to think you were seeing double at a Hamilton intermediate school - it has 13 sets of twins.

You get precisely what you aim for

House, real estate, sold, mortgage, property market There's a well-known adage in life that is meant to guide us toward meaningful success.

Hog's Breath, Wiltshire Roast building for sale

A large property is on the market in Hamilton's busy hospitality precinct.

New owners for historic hotel

Engineering business moves into sales

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Tourism a boon to Waikato

Recently released statistics have highlighted the value of tourism to the Waikato, and Waipa in particular.

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Tall Blacks' steep slope

Kirk Penny It's either pool of death or group of opportunity for the Tall Blacks at the World Cup in Spain.

Waikato coach rings changes

Johnny Walters makes nine changes to Mooloos starting XV for crossover match against North Habour tomorrow night.

Second shot for Probert

Boxer aiming for title fight

Aaron Cruden

Hansen: Cruden's best ever

All Blacks coach says his starting No 10 played the game of his test career against the Wallabies.

Freedom has its limits

tdn cave strap The bylaws regulating freedom camping in the Thames-Coromandel District had been confusing, Motor Caravan Association lawyer Mai Chen said after a High Court judge this week ruled on their legality.

Tough work to take heartland seats

Waikato University senior lecturer in political science Dr Alan Simpson examines the local electorates.

When privacy goes flying out the window

Concern still on dairy prices

John Key

PM's nice-guy image gone forever

The very meaning of the phrase ''dirty politics'' has changed forever for New Zealanders.

Sleek street beast

Custom-made, Custom-made, "coach-built" gull-wing US sports car boasts 1058 horsepower and costs a cool nearly NZ$1.2m.

New Vitara revealed

Japanese brand takes the covers off new compact SUV.

Fraudster's Rolls sells at auction

Portaloose: Trailer on the runs

Ford has begun building the new version of one of its two most highly anticipated new models, the 2015 Mustang.

Mustang is almost here

Ford has begun building the new version of one of its two most highly anticipated new models, the 2015 Mustang.

Life & Style
People  |  Fashion  |  Food  |  Arts

Hot Air filmmaker to speak

	 Hot air documentary Filmmaker Alister Barry will give Hamilton audiences a personal introduction to his new documentary.

Love letters to Hamilton

In recognition of Hamilton’s 150th birthday, the Waikato Times has assembled some famous sons and daughters write love letters to the city.

Waikato cooks represent

A concert of conflict

Mavis & Co Made To Order

New Mavis has things in order

Denise Irvine likes what they're doing at the new Mavis in Hamilton's CBD.

Prince Harry is off the market

Prince Harry Prince Harry has landed a young woman with "beauty and brains" - and seems really smitten.

Blake Lively attacked by bees

Gossip Girl star and new lifestyle blogger Blake Lively had a terrifying encounter with a swarm of bees.

Rivers 'resting comfortably'

Brangelina's secret wedding

Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande Q&A turns feral

Italian-American tweenie pop idol Ariana Grande has copped a roasting during a Twitter Q&A.

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