Theft and vandalism has put a dampener on the Huntly Christmas Parade for organisers.
6:25 PM A truck and trailer unit left the road and hit a tree, hurling the driver 40 metres down a bank near Tuakau in Waikato.
German motorcyclist unwittingly videoed his own death when another rider crashed into him.
As far as alleys go, it may boast the best view in the country, possibly the world.
Failure to consult with iwi causes partial withdrawal of Waikato river plan change to annoyance of farmers.
Cops want to know how girl suffered knife wound that left her in a serious condition.
Up to 180 maintenance staff could lose their jobs at a South Waikato mill next year.
Enterprising primary school students' project helps family into business in India.
It all started in 1978 with one carton of toys and a little blue Volkswagen.
An application to redevelop and expand existing accommodation on Peake Road in Cambridge has been approved.
Accommodation website Travelbug and online booking engine BookIt have gone to a Hamilton firm.
A Hawke Cup challenge and the Brian Dunning Cup meant it was a fine trip to Taupo for Counties Manukau.
Otago Boys' High School proved far too strong for Hamilton Boys' on the second day of the national tournament.
Hurricanes prop Loni Uhila cashes in on a big 2016 in Super Rugby by signing with a French club.
Hamilton Boys' High School went six from six to win the Condor sevens for a second successive year.
Two players from the newly-formed Cambridge High School softball team have been selected for the Waikato Under-17s.
OPINION: Human beings have stuffed up, and whether we have 10 or 100 years left on the planet, we need to act now to correct the damage, Tom O'Connor writes.
OPINION: The cult of the child is alive and well up and down New Zealand, writes Peter Dornauf.
OPINION: Denise Irvine salutes a Hamilton bookstore which has notched up a remarkable milestone in a precarious niche market.
OPINION: It started with the Chiefs and stripper-gate, writes Max Christoffersen. And then it just kept getting worse for NZ Rugby.
OPINION: Trump, Brexit – the media's been off the mark with the big stuff lately but, as Richard Swainson recently discovered, it's the small things like missing mail that seem to matter most to readers.
Water conservation measures loom as the summer weather heats up.
Haylee Mickleson is helping people battle mental health, one step at a time.
A University of Waikato student is looking at why certain Māori traditions exists and how colonisation has influenced tikanga.
Graeme Jacobsen's police work as a photographer, diver and search and rescue team member recognised.
What's it like being an immigrant, a woman, and a racial minority in Trump's America?
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