Arts body has three months to firm up a proposal to transform Clarence Street Theatre into a performing arts centre.
Rural residents urged to secure their stock at all times after another serious Waikato road crash involving a horse.
A Hamilton man robbed a bank and Subway restaurant so he could feed his gambling habit.
Man admits crashing car while drunk, killing his female passenger.
A bid to build a model park has been denied funding despite hundreds of pledges of support.
Waikato University has been given the go-ahead for a multimillion dollar campus in Tauranga.
If you don't call us, we'll call you. That's Judo NZ's message to HPNZ after its 10-person team completed a brilliant campaign yesterday.
The section of the church that Michael Hewat has now aligned himself with has turned the Bible into a paper pope.
Honda's NC750X is rebel that actually has a cause.
If you can't handle the responsibility that comes with chewing gum, stop now. Switch to mints.
Shane Warne has denied kissing Sophie Monk, but the radio DJ says she doesn't lie.
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