Mystery soldier gets headstone

A tramp's death but a soldier's funeral

After decades in an unmarked grave, a WWI veteran who met a tragic end gets a headstone.
firing salute, Joseph Skelly

Theatre deadline

Arts body has three months to firm up a proposal to transform Clarence Street Theatre into a performing arts centre.

Boxer chops down Forrest

David Nyika David Nyika is through to the quarterfinals in Glasgow after a dominant victory over hometown hero Scott Forrest.

Roaming horse collides with car

Rural residents urged to secure their stock at all times after another serious Waikato road crash involving a horse.

Gambling habit fuels robberies

A Hamilton man robbed a bank and Subway restaurant so he could feed his gambling habit.

Man admits causing death

Man admits crashing car while drunk, killing his female passenger.

Waikato burglars take day off

Burglar The Waikato experienced no burglaries in 24 hours after the execution of a two-month investigation.

Park's wings clipped by council

A bid to build a model park has been denied funding despite hundreds of pledges of support.

Commissioner apologises for raids

King of the screens

Fireworks light up the sky over Lake Te Anau

No ball for city's 150th

Hamilton must find some other way to celebrate its 150th anniversary after a ball was cancelled, a Waikato-raised historian says.

Evolving key to growing business

Peter Webb Hitting $3 million turnover signalled it was time for a Hamilton business to change.

Tauranga campus gets go

Waikato University has been given the go-ahead for a multimillion dollar campus in Tauranga.

'Borrowed time'

First scares, now tears

Hamilton's Mystery Creek Pavilion is filled with the latest in agribusiness offerings for the Fieldays.

Bigger plans on the way for Fieldays

Planning is already well underway for next year's Fieldays, as the team celebrates the success of the most recent event.

Sport
Chiefs  |  Magic  |  School Sport  |  Racing

Long, emotional journey

Jason Koster A Christchurch couple have proved their family's mettle with two medals in judo at the Commonwealth Games.

Judokas prove worth

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.

Waikato cycling hopes and dreams

Marist extend reign

Susan Curran

Golden oldie's hope

Lawn bowls rookie Susan Curran has set a new mark as New Zealand's oldest ever competitor at the Games.

Nothing sexy about Motion 30

couple holding hands Sex is a funny thing. It doesn't matter what your opinion is on the topic, you're likely to offend somebody.

Bigotry not the way forward

The section of the church that Michael Hewat has now aligned himself with has turned the Bible into a paper pope.

Waikato loses more jobs

Once were Anglicans

Cunliffe

Labour fails to fire up

Labour Party politicians and supporters will find plenty of cause for disquiet in the latest poll figures.

Beautiful racing sports cars

Most beautiful racing sports cars German powerhouses Audi, Porsche, BMW and Mercedes-Benz miss out on our top five most beautiful racing sports cars.

It's quite easy being green

Honda's NC750X is rebel that actually has a cause.

Audi S3 due a medal?

Cayenne goes hybrid

Mercedes-Benz GLA and CLA

Deceptive Benzes

Mercedes-Benz's ultimate GLA and CLA 4Motion versions both have more talent than you expect.

Life & Style
Food  |  Fashion  |  Arts  |  People

Cooking in the 'real Italy'

Cooking in Italy In Italian cooking everything must be made from scratch, and everything must be authentic

To chew or not to chew

If you can't handle the responsibility that comes with chewing gum, stop now. Switch to mints.

Why do we wear bras?

Cafe delivers country comfort

	 Cameron Farmilo

A winning formula

Cameron Farmilo's mother is still surprised that her son is a chef, and a top-notch one at that.

Homer meets Peter Griffin

Simpson/Family Guy Producers of Family Guy reveal how the Griffin family will go to Springfield in a crossover episode.

Shane and Sophie 'kiss'

Shane Warne has denied kissing Sophie Monk, but the radio DJ says she doesn't lie.

Gossip mags show united front

Kanye's bizarre order to Kim

Lily Allen

Lily Allen police prank backfires

Australian police in hot water after handcuffing British singer Lily Allen at Gold Coast Airport.

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