It's not what most Hamiltonians want, according to submissions to council.
Fisherman found dead at the entrance to the Kaituna River in the western Bay of Plenty.
A 13-year-old girl was taken to Waikato Hospital after a crash in Chartwell.
Louis de Quaasteniet has been found after earlier going missing.
The car was found upside down in a creek, then the police got a call from Matamata.
Bribery, sweet treats, racism and guilt trips were dished out to Waikato police during a Saturday night drink-driving blitz.
8:22 PM Police bomb squad have been called out to an object found at a Huntly roundabout just off State Highway One.
Waikato rest homes could cut staff in the wake of increased wages for aged care workers.
The wave of Chinese investment may have peaked but there is still strong international interest in New Zealand property.
Horticultural company failed to pay seasonal workers properly, or give them employment contracts.
Hamilton City Council has drafted one, but wants to know what the people think.
The small fire required a large response because of chemicals at the site.
Migrant labour is propping up our tourism industry which needs thousands of new workers to service the international visitor boom.
With a 7-1 win over Franklin United, Melville United advanced in the Chatham Cup, but they were the only Waikato team to do so.
Jumps racing at Te Aroha unveils promising hurdlers.
Four bonus point wins in as many weeks for Hamilton Marist, while Fraser Tech's season looks done.
Still unbeaten after 10 games, Taniwharau are closing in on securing top spot for the playoffs.
Former Kiwi proves too good in his first start for Australian trainer at Randwick.
OPINION: The campaign to save and restore the WSU cowshed starts here, writes Max Christoffersen.
OBITUARY: Dr Linda Wilson will be remembered for setting up occupational therapy schools in Hamilton and Dunedin, but she had many other talents and interests.
OPINION: The Waikato is blessed with three great movie theatres, writes Richard Swainson.
OPINION: It can be hard to get riled up about climate change, or see how it will impact our lives, when the most obvious effects of climate change won't be seen or felt for many years.
OPINION: Cat lovers recognise and obey few rules when protecting their pets, writes Tom O'Connor.
Ivan Muir is the main man behind a push to get touring bands to come and play in Hamilton.
REVIEW: Sam Edwards goes to the opening of the latest Hamilton Operatic production and is spellbound.
Feeding those less fortunate, helping refugees settle in NZ and raising puppies to assist those with disabilities.
Blind in one eye, and with part of his brain dead, Jordan Hicks continues to astonish doctors.
Six $1m-winning Lotto tickets have been sold in the Waikato in as many weeks.
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