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'A mockery of the language'

Matamata kaumatua claims victory after roading authorities agree to change Kaimai signs.

St John sorry for delay

St John apologises to a grieving family for their delayed response to a road crash that later turned fatal.

Camping laws 'overkill'

Thames-Coromandel District Council bats off claims that its camping restrictions infringe human rights.

Tyre thieves 'gutless'

Thames woman's tyres stolen while her husband went into life-saving surgery.

Fitting tribute

Volunteers will pour onto streets today for Poppy Day, in 100th year since outbreak of WWI.

Trio flee police

A trio who allegedly fled police at high speed and then crashed are lucky to be alive, police say.

TAB gang robbery

tab Police are on the hunt for a gang of robbers caught on CCTV wielding a firearm and a knife as they brazenly held up a TAB in Hamilton.

Bus driver at fault

Huntly woman admits causing the death of a Hamilton woman after running a red light.

Mural to stop graffiti

Drug charges upheld


Kimbra and 'Electric Lady'

Hamilton-born pop star Kimbra is set to co-headline Auckland's Vector Arena with Janelle Monae.

Garden waste company liquidated

Chasing money A Hamilton garden waste disposal company has gone into liquidation.

Rototuna expansion booming

Retail development in Rototuna is well under way with yesterday's opening of a new McDonald's.

Job scammer jailed

Passenger downturn hits airport's profit

	 Old Les Mills gym

Plan for new 'Barton St Lane'

The old Les Mills gym on Victoria St will be demolished to make room for a new retail development.

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Forsyth enjoying the Magic ride

Netball generic strap Margaret Forsyth knows there's some sacrifices in order to steer the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic to a trans-Tasman league title.

Calm approach not wanted

The WaiCoa Bay Stallions have dumped Morgan Kutia for the coming national premiership because of his quiet demeanour.

Marshall on his way to China

Boys' High off to Sanix invitational

Junior White Sox and Black Sox

Waikato players make squads

There's a rare breed of softballer coming through the ranks in Waikato - four youngsters have made the New Zealand junior teams to travel to Canada later this year.

Bittersweet memories of A&P show

Alpacas, Waikato Winter Show Paul Barlow remembers as a kid going to the Waikato Winter Show - we'd travel over from Pirongia.

Wake-up call mortally disturbing

I've always found about 2am to 3am a bad time to wake up at night.

Here comes the film-maker

Abusing voters' trust can be fatal

Bill english

Fiddling with the figures

Prime Minister John Key, in a recent speech foreshadowing his government's sixth budget, credited Finance Minister Bill English with doing a great job of steering the country through the recession, the global financial crisis and the aftermath of the Canterbury earthquakes.

Grieving boy's tourist driver petition

Sean Roberts Government to look at driving tests for tourists following a petition from a 9-year-old boy after his dad was killed in smash.

Unregistered sellers convicted

Four people operating unregistered vehicle sales businesses have been prosecuted in the past month.

200 new speed cameras

Flyover design 'incoherent'

Tired driver

Staying alive over Easter

There's plenty you can do to reduce the accident odds and keep yourself alive on the roads this Easter aside from just obeying the road rules.

Life & Style
Food  |  Fashion  |  People  |  Arts

One perfect Sunday in Hamilton

Perfect Sunday in Hamilton Nicola Inglis has great fun imagining a perfect way to spend an autumn Sunday in Hamilton.

Aaron Brunet is cooking with gas

The transformation of former MasterChef winner Aaron Brunet from IT consultant to fulltime foodie is complete.

Caffiend: Joe's Garage

Top five things to do this weekend

blue springs

11 Waikato walking tracks to do

Operation Spring was a bona fide failure.

A trip down memory lane

Jarred Christmas Jarred Christmas reminisces about those heady days when Georgie Pie still had its own stores and Michael J Fox was working in Lyttelton.

Lorde splits winning prize

More success for Lorde as she wins the Taite Music Prize for Pure Heroine - and splits winnings.

Young 'suffering dementia'

Family flock to ill Columbus


Lorde's 'wild experiences'

Lorde thinks her life is "so wild right now".

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