When Ralph and Evelyn Forlong started their aim was to make just £40.
Social housing project in Enderley grinds to a halt before any houses finished.
12:19 PM SH1 was closed in both directions at Turangi.
12:14 PM Hamilton Zoo's newest baby coincides with the start of the Chinese Year of the Monkey.
The popular shop had to close its doors for good because of tagging, vomit and ''unsavoury characters''.
Attacks on dairy farmers from animal rights advocates are escalating, supporters say.
1:14 PM Neville Ritchie talks about the rich history of the Pureora Forest, as outlined in his new book.
ERO reviews for the school are set to be on a three-year cycle instead of an annual one.
OPINION: Institutions like Wellington's Kirkcaldie and Stains, and Johnson’s Grocery in Christchurch struggled in the modern retail world.
Ruakura consents due in February, as Waikato's logistics credentials grow.
Bell Tea and Christchurch coffee roaster Hummingbird look to expand together.
The designer of a New Zealand-made training bike has found a distributor in Europe.
The Waikato's newest icecream factory is on the hunt for workers.
Late recruiting and luck helped Melville win the national sevens crown.
The Southland speedster dominating the national track championships.
A long-held ambition was achieved at last month's national tennis champs in Napier.
Sam Webster has hit fine form on the second night of the national track championships, winning the men's sprint title.
First hit out serves as a big opportunity for Chiefs players to push their case for selection.
OPINION: The stomach cinching contraption from a bygone era, the corset, has made a comeback.
OPINION: In the absence of information, rumour will fill the vacancy.
OPINION: The Treaty of Waitangi, in the end, has proved a cohesive document.
OPINION: Shallow people make shallow decisions.
OPINION: Wintec's Centre for Sport Science and Human Performance director has a plan to tackle a looming national health crisis.
Neville Ritchie talks about the rich history of the Pureora Forest, as outlined in his new book.
A Cambridge man is doing his bit to support two health organisations by cycling 125 kilometres.
Cambridge-based course aimed at helping families navigate parenthood
The big Christmas Day lunch at the Cambridge Community Marae hit a record number last year.
He’s a little bit abrupt, sometimes direct, and on occasions a tad curt - but that is how John Fleet gets things done.
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