Chiefs player Taleni Seu and seven-year-old Tangaroa Elder talk about Friday night's game against the Waratahs.

Chiefs' hospital pass for a cause

Chiefs players find new way to connect with ill children for match against Waratahs.

Facebook vengeance

A Hamilton judge has sent a man to jail for 12 months for posting revenge porn on Facebook.

A man secretly filmed a teenage girl having sex, then uploaded it to Facebook in a "spiteful" act.

The soaking continues video

Keep your gumboots handy - gales, heavy rain and thunderstorms are on their way.

Car break in spree

A trio of young men stole all they could find from people's open cars.

Do know these people?

Police have released video of three people wanted in relation to a robbery and assault in Tokoroa.

All fishermen, few fish

Recreational fishers keep an eye on the west coast fishery as the number of anglers increases.

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Car rolls near Ngarua

Emergency services responded to a car crash on State Highway 27.

A car rolled near Matamata with three occupants in the vehicle on Tuesday night.

Storm erodes years of dune restoration

Crossing protective barriers causes weakness in sand dunes, perfect storm conditions finish the job.

Colourful sculpture shines

DOC reduce caution around Ruapehu

business

BOP tops economic scorecard

Bay of Plenty's housing and construction market has helped it secure its status as top performing region, ASB chief ...

Bay of Plenty's housing and construction market has helped it secure its status as top performing region.

Taking on the ticketing industry

Area360’s Ticketure will enable organisations to sell tickets on their own website, which will reduce fees for consumers.

A Wellington software development company wants to turn the ticketing industry on its head.

Tourist boom needs 4500 more hotel beds

Research shows most guests prefer hotels that are 4 star and above, and we need a lot more of them.

A report on the hotel market suggests the major tourist centres need an extra 26 hotels over the next decade.

Connecting people living with bladder cancer

Siobhan Bulfin, Melon Health CEO.

A Wellington digital health company is making information more accessible for bladder cancer patients, while creating a forum for patients and family members.

Google ban applauded

Google, Apple and Facebook are in a row over taxes in Europe

Advertisements for short-term loans will no longer pop up on Google.

sport

St Peter's wins gold

Holly Blakely, Ally Wollaston and Jess Clarke from St Peter's School all won gold at the Waikato/Bay of Plenty Secondary ...

Three St Peter's students won gold medals at the Waikato Secondary School School Road Cycling Championships.

Rally navigator tip-top at 98

Dorothy Caldwell will compete in her last rally this November, before putting the brakes on rally navigating.

Dorothy Caldwell, 98, is travelling the world as her son's rally navigator in a silver Rolls Royce.

Ngongotaha score 19 goals

Playing last-placed Tauranga City United on Saturday, Ngongotaha scored 19 goals on their way to their seventh win in a row.

Playing last-placed Tauranga City United, Ngongotaha scored 19 goals on their way to their seventh win in a row.

Lock and Hiflyer stay grounded

Australian plans for Hiflyer have been scrapped and trainer Peter Lock has sent him for a spell.

End of the season for Hiflyer

Houston renews jockey licence

Jumps jockey Shelley Houston has renewed her licence.

Houston to leave stable star in safe hands.

opinion

The school ball has become a sad affair

The arrival of students to the ball in novel forms of transport proved the highlight of the evening, since it went ...

OPINION:  At this time of the year, most high schools put on a formal ball for senior students as they approach the end of secondary education.

Opinion: Manslaughter charge 'dishonourable'

Moko Rangitoheriri has been remembered as boy with a cheeky grin.

Opinion: Killers show lack of remorse.

What is New Zealand's best song?

A Howard Morrison Quartet reunion at Rororua in 1998

New Zealand Music month always poses the question of what constitutes our best song, Richard Swainson writes.

Opinion: Council changes to meet future demands

Hamilton City Council.

Opinion: Restructure focuses on Hamilton's priorities.

South African cricketer is right to be embarrassed

Jacques Kallis of Libra Legends.

OPINION: Reverse racism is still racism, Richard Swainson writes.

Life & Style

Cambridge man's efforts to save the rhinos

Tauwhare man Marc Herrmann is trying to help save rhinos.

A Waikato man is passionate about rhinos and is doing his bit to save them.

Rally navigator tip-top at 98

Dorothy Caldwell will compete in her last rally this November, before putting the brakes on rally navigating.

Dorothy Caldwell, 98, is travelling the world as her son's rally navigator in a silver Rolls Royce.

Lady Killers preparing their hits

The Lady Killers - Suzie Lynch, Tina Cross and Jackie Clarke - were loading up on caffeine in Hamilton in preparation ...

A night of song and laughter is on offer when this trio comes to town.

Community Living, pay increase not resolved

Community Living,  Public Service Association and E tu union members joined forces in Hamilton's Collingwood St to ...

 Negotiations are still ongoing for Community Living workers wanting a pay increase.

Outdoor fitness park officially opened

An outdoor fitness park was offically opened in Cambridge last week. Pictured is Waipa Mayor Jim Mylchreest cutting the ...

A new free-to-use fitness park has been opened in Cambridge.

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Trust Waikato chairman Niwa Nuri and Hamilton Mayor Julie Hardaker discuss artist Dick Frizzell's work Pile of Stumps.

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