Tourists and a lack of rubbish bins are leaving a bad taste at a popular ice-cream pit stop.
Police release CCTV images of people at supermarket when shoplifters' toilet paper diversion fire lit.
Staff allowed back in after police remove a bag.
Installation of water meters in Cambridge and Te Awamutu is progressing well.
He stood on some toes so he removed parts of a pipe caliper to turn it into a weapon after receiving threats.
Capital slips into Waikato District's shadow as golden triangle shimmers.
Stolen car veers head on into car behind police officer, injuring three in Waikato.
Politicians argue over police staffing levels while crooks raid Hamilton's dairies looking for cigarettes.
The campers were spotted dumping grey water in wrong drain. Since then, they say they've been harassed by other park users.
"We had to get something like twelve copies of Big Momma's House 2. That became the prime example of the madness of the way the system worked."
A Facebook page set up to encourage responsible freedom camping has outed a couple seen dumping effluent into a camp ground drain.
Jandals, shorts, singlets stay in the wardrobe as road construction workers face their busiest time of year.
Businesses cock-a-hoop for Year of the Rooster as up to 33,000 Chinese prepare to descend on NZ shores.
New Zealand's top rowers will compete on Lake Karapiro for future places in the New Zealand squad.
Twenty20 club competition to take place on Tuesday evenings this season.
The country's top road cyclist will compete for line honours in this weekend's Cambridge Classic.
OPINION: Cash or career? An All White's conundrum as the Chinese Super League calls.
Cambridge race car driver Nick Ross had a great weekend at Teretonga and now sets his sights on Manfield.
OPINION: With more than half of all waka ama competitors still in their teens the Karapiro event has the potential to remedy a serious problem facing many of today’s young people.
Opinion: Pre-election offers chance for Waikato to influence decision makers.
OPINION: While the landscape has become gentrified, the people are becoming more feral in the Waikato.
OPINION: As the years have gone by NZ has never stopped amazing me, never stopped giving me reasons to be proud.
OPINION: Just how does Oxfam define poverty? Because, if you look closely, it's not how it should be defined.
Alex Williams is pouring his heart and soul into his cocktail bar, Wonder Horse.
A new market is coming to the Waikato, and Cambridge stall-holders will feature.
Dambusters: Boffins, Bravery and Bouncing Bombs, heading towards Te Awamutu.
A Hamilton City Councillor was called out for walking her jack russell on a bush track where dogs are not allowed.
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