8:29 PM It started with meat and ended with a scuffle and a teen trying to force her way into a car.
A night of celebration turned nasty for a father who was seriously beaten and left fighting for his life.
Firefighters forced to attack blaze from outside as house had gas cylinders and ammunition inside.
Police seek man wearing hi-vis vest in burglary of safe from Hamilton home.
Patrick Sells is back after completing the toughest horse race in the world.
A Canadian paediatrician says denying children immunisation, is like denying them the right to grow up.
A proposal seeing councils prioritise buildings for earthquake remediation is being welcomed in the Waikato.
Creating healthy money habits needs to begin in the home.
Microsoft's Project Premonition is using the insect as a biological drone to predict the spread of diseases.
Microsoft's mixed reality technology will allow Jedi-like holographic calls between offices.
Simcro seeks aggressive growth as it buys up two businesses.
From Super Rugby title-winner to frustrating injury layoff, prop back and ready for Waikato.
After time playing in Australia and a break from rep footy, Nick Read back looking to make an impact with the Stallions.
Hamilton GHS stay on track for the national secondary schoolgirls' rugby crown.
Hamilton, Mt Maunganui and Whangarei will share hosting duties for the Northern Knights.
Amigene Metcalfe wants her team to enjoy the buzz of the week-long tournament.
OPINION: To me, credit cards are tiny plastic reminders you've spent money you don't have.
OPINION: The economic crisis that few New Zealand politicians want to admit is looming could eventually force a refocussing of our trade negotiations offshore and our farms at home.
OPINION: Loving, irritating families are one of life's greatest gifts.
OPINION: By now, we have all heard Auckland house prices are rising to record highs and there seems to be insatiable demand which is fuelling further increases.
OPINION: Assessing your own historic legacy is a humbling business.
It's a busy weekend in the Tron, with comedy battles, glow in the dark golf, thousands of books and a crafty fair.
Cushla Hounsell found it hard to keep her nose-crinkling delight under wraps on Monday afternoon.
A flag associated with Maori sovereignty flew briefly in Hamilton's main street.
Crafting good for the soul.
Travel is full of heart-stopping moments, not all of which are about ogling scenic wonders.