Was it an innocent photography mission gone wrong, or something more sinister?
10:45 AM Manjit Singh has been found fit to stand trial for a sword attack on a woman.
9:51 AM Public funded nearly $13,000 of international air travel for a former MP and his wife.
Man dies from burns following a bitumen tanker explosion in Waikato.
A fire that ignited in the bathroom of a Hamilton home was believed to be deliberately lit.
Waikato dairy farmers disgusted at footage showing people abusing newborn male calves.
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10:45 AM Manjit Singh has been found fit to stand trial for a sword attack on a Hamilton woman.
OPINION: Making mistakes in your tax assessment isn't the end of the world.
Shopping mall owner Scentre is exiting lower performing assets, analyst says.
Fieldays chief executive Jon Calder has resigned and will take up another chief executive role in the Waikato.
One of Waikato's two wineries is on the market as its owners head into retirement.
Pask Winery's head winemaker Kate Radburnd wins the NZ Wine Growers Fellowship.
Lauryn Therin's weary bones had a moments reprieve when she cycled into Pukekohe.
Eagle Technology run convinces connections to stay at 1600m with Rasa Lila.
Four female boxers will be leaving Hamilton for Serbia in January, competing in the Fifth Nations Cup in Ruma as they plot a path towards the world championships.
Rotorua remain top of the table but Lugton Park keep themselves in the hunt for the semifinals.
Three runs back have Sakhee's Soldier ready for Captain Cook Stakes.
OPINION: Hamilton City Council had a chance to introduce a small step to control alcohol-fuelled mayhem. It didn't take it.
Opinion: Taking religion to the extreme.
Pipe dreams aren't new for Hamilton politicians.
OPINION: None of us is above being held accountable for our actions - not even the Police.
Opinion: Let's flag Prince Charles and go our own way.
REVIEW: The barmen at Craft won't judge you if you ask for the closest thing to Heineken.
Businesses are working under the cover of darkness to keep their ideas hidden.
Hamilton's Christmas tree lighting ceremony has been pushed back.
Three generations of one family reflect on how life, love and death have evolved in half a century.
Some top talent are coming together to perform one of the world's oldest and most recognisable works.
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