You'll know Wilderland as the hippy commune over in the Coromandel.
Waikato University has been given the go-ahead for a multimillion-dollar campus in Tauranga.
A home "in the style of an old tin shed" and a Whangamata bach have been named Waikato's finest homes.
A golf club's members are frustrated it could be split in half under a proposed roading project.
A future bid by New Zealand to host the Commonwealth Games could involve Hamilton.
Planning is already well underway for next year's Fieldays, as the team celebrates the success of the most recent event.
Melville United host Onehunga Sports in a Chatham Cup quarterfinal tie this afternoon, aiming to make the semifinals for the second year running.
The section of the church that Michael Hewat has now aligned himself with has turned the Bible into a paper pope.
Never before has a Ford Falcon looked so much like a Ford Mustang.
If you can't handle the responsibility that comes with chewing gum, stop now. Switch to mints.
I thought I might be going deaf at the local movie theatre when the cashier asked me for $37.
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