Police are still trying to identify one of two men killed after their cars collided head-on near Hamilton.
The reputation of Waikato's premier water venue is at risk from aquatic weed.
11:10 AM Thousands of litres of milk spilled into a paddock after a milk tanker lost control.
Trees lining Lake Taupo are being poisoned and felled under the cover of darkness.
A minibus carrying tourists crashed into a ditch on the Hauraki Plains injuring one.
Dining locations get no better than absolute beachfront. Denise Irvine visits the Flatwhite Cafe in Waihi Beach.
11:55 AM Rain is likely to be heavy in the upper North Island as roads jam up with long weekend traffic.
Much to the disappointment of customers, red taxis will no longer be seen in Taupo.
The reputation of Waikato's premier water venue is at risk from the aquatic weed infestation.
The Taxpayers' Union is concerned by the number of secret meetings councils are holding - it's damaging to democracy, its director says.
Hamilton newlywed couple stunned by $2900 worth of store credit.
New city council managers won't be given a company car as part of their job package.
Cathy Miller has bet her livelihood on the town taking off.
Three Kings United stay up after completing mediation process with Auckland Football.
From packing shelves to a shot at Super Rugby - the unlikely tale of the Chiefs' latest prospect.
WaiBop slipped up last week against Team Wellington and now can't afford to do so again.
Former Chiefs and Counties Manukau prop Jarrod Firth signs with Scottish club.
For David Nyika, jumping in the ring with Sam Watt is just another day at the office.
OPINION: The Treaty of Waitangi, in the end, has proved a cohesive document.
OPINION: Wintec's Centre for Sport Science and Human Performance director has a plan to tackle a looming national health crisis.
OPINION: They're a remnant of colonialism.
OPINION: The city didn't get anywhere near the $700,000 a year for 10 years for naming rights to the stadium. The ratepayer's been robbed.
OPINION: The TPP is being decided by people many of us don't trust.
Spacious surroundings, friendly service and a rural setting make the Waikato cafe a relaxing choice.
Tauwhare Museum became a film set for a week after it was chosen for a revamp as part of a television show.
Festival One is rocking out in beautiful weather.
Visiting French photojournalist captures 'other-worldly' image over Waikato.
Brent Marshall relaxed back in the saddle like it was an armchair.
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