Here there be dragons . . .

Water dragon is a 'mystery that needs solving'

An exotic Australian water dragon has been found wandering in the Waikato - and now the search is on to find its owner.
Eastern Australian water dragon

Sex attack info sought

crime scene    Police appeal for witnesses after a Hamilton woman was allegedly attacked and sexually assaulted by two men.

Trail of clues to trophy

Masked man issues cryptic clues through Facebook to where a nabbed rugby trophy lies.

Secrecy over land sale

Why are some councillors refusing to say how they voted on the sale of the Riverlea Theatre land?

New search fails to find Jack

Area around Mount Maunganui re-opens after search fails to find any sign of two missing people, including five-year-old Jack Dixon.

Student shoots for stardom

Bright lights were never on the cards for Alyson Eberle but the X Factor auditions may change all that.

No date for Waitomo roundabout

Waitomo Caves intersection Property purchase issues are among the final roadblocks holding up an improvement to a deadly Waitomo intersection.

Sex offender wins appeal

A jailed sex offender has won an appeal reducing his minimum prison term by more than 12 months.

Mountain men busy in the bush

Mark Douglas Martin apprehended

Rebecca Wylie

Kaimanawa stallions show talent

Today kicks off three days of horse heaven at Equidays, a popular annual Mystery Creek event.

Torpedo7 snaps up R&R Sports

torpedo7 R&R Sports will rebrand and become bricks and mortar outlets for Waikato-based online sports store Torpedo7.

Saving on a small scale

Ann Rangiuia is a teen with a mission.

In a froth over chocolate milk

Liquid gold for chocoholics

	 Rangi Harrison

The credit trap

It had been seven long years of trying to pay off a $5000 loan, and Rangi Harrison just couldn't get it done.

Chiefs  |  Magic  |  School Sport  |  Racing

Nurse notches national title

Lani Daniels Lani Daniels has seen her share of broken noses and fractured eye sockets. Then there are the injuries she hasn't caused.

HBHS vs Old Boys in final

Hamilton Boys' High give Old Boys something to stew over before they meet in Richard Dodunski Cup Twenty20 final.

Stallions fail to fire

Waikato manage win in wet

Jamie-Lee Price

Price the right choice

Jamie-Lee Price says there was never much doubt she would pick New Zealand over Australia.

Benefit fraud

Hamilton woman Sokha Ly, aka Sokha Singh, discusses her $224,961.01 predicament Stephen Bright has misunderstood the research of Lisa Marriott from Victoria University

Take a bow, Narelle

God bless, Narelle Henson, your occasional columnist. She has a lovely, kind manner of expression, even when exposing the hypocrisy of the Green misanthropists. I find myself unable to disguise my contempt for them, and tend to express myself accordingly.

Oil support a tragic folly

Chilling truth about water safety


Editorial | Government secrecy appals

Official advice to the Government on poverty was bound to raise hackles, once the documents were flushed into the open.

500 accidents in a day

Truck billboards featuring a woman's naked breasts have caused over 500 vehicle accidents in a single day. Truck billboards featuring a woman's naked breasts have caused over 500 vehicle accidents in a single day.

Weather-activated speed signs trial

NZ's first weather-activated road signs with variable speed limits are to be trialled in the Kaimai Range.

Jeremy Clarkson: They got me

Lack of speed worries racer

Self-driving Audi RS7.

Driverless at 200 kmh

What's it like to do a fast lap around a racetrack with nobody behind the wheel?

Life & Style
Arts  |  Fashion  |  People  |  Food

Vintage Reads: A Handful of Dust

Book stack Rachel Pope, owner of Browsers bookshop, visits an old friend.

Curtain's down on movies as an art form

Classic films no longer "live on" and the impact of current films is "ephemeral", like other forms of performance art.

Retro a-go-go at the Atomic Market

Big piano to get a workout


Top five things to do this weekend

Atomic market goodness, Diwali celebrations and horse mania. Here are this week's top five.

A tale of two duchesses

While the Duchess of Cambridge is struggling to keep her food down, the Duchess of York has made it back in the Queen's good books.

You're Beautiful 'annoying'

British singer-songwriter James Blunt has described the song that made his name "annoying".

Lorde banned in San Fran

Channing Tatum: Teen stripper

Courtney and Dave

Nirvana feud finally over?

Courtney Love and Dave Grohl appear to have ended their feud, after making a bet over who could get the most strippers.

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RTB Join more than 4,500 runners and walkers of all ages who are set to take part in the 70th Anniversary of the infamous Round the Bridges on Sunday November 16. With participants ranging from athletes to first-timers, super heroes to furry friends, everyone's doing it!

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Elton John and his band will take to the stage on November 21, 2015 at Wellington’s Westpac Stadium to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.

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