19 min ago Public gallery was packed to hear the fate of hit-and-run driver Broc Kawhena.
Solo dad given a year to live still has plenty of fight so he can be there for his children.
9:32 AM A memorial to remember a toddler killed by his caregiver is to be installed in Taupo.
Manhunt came to an end at 11pm after South Waikato town was put in lockdown.
Loan payments, repairs and infrastructure are on the cards in the wake of better prices.
No guarantee that Waikato Hospital won't again be stretched to overcapacity as winter sickness spreads through communities.
Did Neville Harris kill Tama Retimana in trying to protect a woman? No, a jury has decided.
Emergency services responded to an engine warning light, but the aircraft landed safely with no issues.
The Government may come up with special funding for Queenstown outside of its new $100m tourism infrastructure fund.
But more attendees don't meant the three sites are out of the red.
A third region has now been hit by the fungus that attacks feijoa, manuka and pohutakawa trees.
The Sevens move to Hamilton is good news for the town's longest running costume store.
Bar owner John Lawrenson is optimistic about the Hamilton Sevens, since Dallas Fisher is in charge.
The 15-year-old has a chance to impress at a national selection camp.
Hooker Hika Elliot joins a growing list of Chiefs players taking their talents overseas.
Charlie Ngatai, Sam McNicol and Stephen Donald will all miss Friday's Blues clash.
One Kiwi jockey heading to Supreme Court, the other to the surgery room.
Kiwi filly finally settled in and ready for Australian debut at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
OPINION: Too many Kiwi children are born into households where violence, drug abuse and dishonesty are part of everyday life, writes Tom O'Connor.
OPINION: There are many lessons to be learnt from the WannaCry ransomware attack, Waikato University cyber security experts say.
OPINION: Ordinary human civilities seem to have gone in some quarters, Peter Dornauf writes. It’s a jungle out there.
OPINION: CBD parking has become something of a political football, writes Richard Swainson.
OPINION: For Max Christoffersen, seeing a shag sunning its wings is a reminder of the colour of life and a fateful day from his past.
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Skip the bakehouses along State Highway 1, Sweet Rose Cafe is the "place to be" in Tokoroa.
Perhaps it's the lifestyle that gives Stephanie Lynch her calm and contented manner, her air of fulfilment.
For anyone who is waiting for a knock on the door it can be a nervous time.
A Cambridge woman and her three talented daughters have opened a new art gallery.
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