Beth Christina Winfield was playing with her dogs on edge of Waikato River when something went wrong.
Veteran politician Martin Gallagher has been named Hamilton's new deputy mayor.
It's not only money, says a medical student who ate the same thing for 200 days.
After watching Bathurst he headed home, with only three tyres.
Hamilton's new theatre is a step closer to getting a concept design.
It could take days for the cause of a suspicious fire at AH Franks Tyres in Hamilton to become clear.
8:32 PM Emergency services say fire was out but the inside of the flat in Enderley, Hamilton was smouldering and very black.
Hamilton's housing market is finally cooling off, as required 40 per cent deposit for investment property takes effect.
Business founders are putting their heads together to create a forum.
A building that was designed with the future in mind is for sale.
Commercial property investors will be jockeying for a piece of the action when the New Zealand Racing Board's premises in Hamilton goes up for sale.
The NZ children's clothing company has too much debt and is struggling to stay afloat.
A former All Black captain and his wife building freeze dried snack business.
Whetu Douglas wins Waikato's top award and will follow in the footsteps of his forefathers if he plays for NZ Maori.
The young lock has been snapped up by Glasgow coach Gregor Townsend.
The 20-year-old is making a big impact with his Iowa State team.
Career-best figures for Scott Kuggeleijn help Northern Districts to a remarkable comeback win over Canterbury.
Boxer David Nyika's grandad was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2012 and they're now both knocking back its effects.
OPINION: Tribal Huk's battle against P was always going to escalate into something more sinister.
OPINION: Gang action in Ngaruawahia erodes the rule of law.
OPINION: In an endemic patriarchal society the burkini is an expression of the repression of women, Peter Dornauf writes.
OPINION: Narelle Henson opposes assisted suicide being introduced in New Zealand.
OPINION: What should have been just another Friday night of warm pizza became a night of reflection.
Seaside towns across the Waikato ballooned with sun-seekers and plant shops hummed.
Performers wearing colourful costumes adorned with jewels delighted the crowd.
Local honey, organic cinnamon, turmeric, black pepper, water and coconut milk - yum.
REVIEW: Book explores one of the nations neglected parts of history - the invasion by the British of the Waikato in 19th century.
Tucked away in the Karangahake Gorge is a haven that’s well worth seeking out.
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