Boy racer invasion riles residents

'Get off the road and onto the track'

Organised through social media, hundreds of car enthusiasts are making life hell for some Waikato residents.
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Development stalls

Tamahere residents are concerned about unsightly constructions that seem to have stalled.

Prince Harry to visit NZ

Reports that Prince Harry will come to NZ after quitting the British army were welcomed by John Key.

Horse killed in highway crash

A horse was killed this morning after it was hit by a vehicle on State Highway 41 at Tokaanu, near Turangi.

Miss Ferguson ready to roll

Former dairy farmer all set to tackle a 1700km trip through the country on vintage Massey Ferguson tractor.

Grey nomads create growing industry

More Kiwis are turning their backs on the bach and hitting the road in a motorhome.

One dead in Waikato crash

One person has died after a crash in Matamata, Waikato.

Milk forecast still at $4.70/kg

Farmers and rural operators still optimistic Fonterra will increase this season's payout.

4-year-old girl dies suddenly

Footpath riders 'ignorant'

Hauraki cycle trail lauded

Cyclists say the Hauraki Rail Trail is among their favourite places to pedal.

Rototuna rates richly in new rent report

Rototuna is the Hamilton suburb with the highest average return, and Whitiora is the suburb to look in if you want cheap rent.

Nuts and bolts of renovating

Knowing the value is the key to renovating and selling, says full-time property trader Rachel Ward.

Kiwi set to fly - yet again

Shearing legend David Fagan about to hang up clippers

Mystery shopping grows

Steve Howells has a network of informers who gather information.

Sport
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Serious injury concern for All Black lock Brodie Retallick

All Blacks lock Brodie Retallick suffers suspected AC shoulder joint injury in Chiefs win over Crusaders.

Phoenix reserves come from behind to beat WaiBop

Wellington Phoenix came from two goals down to record a 3-2 ASB Premiership win over WaiBOP United.

Higher expectations drive Chiefs in NZ derby

Half centuries do trick for Northern Districts

Chiefs teach the Crusaders a lesson

The Chiefs ran inĀ five tries to thump the Crusaders 40-16 at Waikato Stadium.

Online vileness is modern sport

I'm wedded to digital technology but there's a dark side of internet life.

No Iraq vote necessary

Not all troop commitments have been put to a vote, and there is no legal requirement for Government to obtain Parliament's consent.

Making the headlines

Pension age a tough call

Blunder will cost NZ

Helped by the Kiwi dollar's decline against the greenback, the US becoming a major export market.

Audi's new R8 supercar bows early

Audi's new R8 supercar has broken cover, getting a head start on its global debut at next week's Geneva Motor Show.

Superbike roots ensure street cred

BMW's first sporting street bike is sharpened by its Superbike roots.

Ranging in Amarok

C-Class Estate is a right Cracker

Mercedes-AMG creates racing version of GT supercar

The Geneva Motor Show is shaping up as more of a Grand Prix or LeMans starting grid rather than a forum for showing models that average people will embrace.

Life & Style
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Top five things to do this weekend

Rugby, RVs, the Rev and a rail trail - here's what you can look forward to this weekend.

City needs to 'step up'

It's the flagship arts event in Hamilton and it is simply not sustainable.

Good cast battle through the cliches

Gifted artists bring folk flavour

Musical craft a labour of love

Cambridge's Rodney Stedall has just completed a special order for a seven-string classical guitar commissioned by the New Zealand Guitar Quartet.

Getting funky with Mark Ronson

Mark Ronson's song 'Uptown Funk' has been at the top of the New Zealand music charts for much of summer.

Henry's co-host not just decorative

Paul Henry's new sidekick may be a TV virgin but she's smart and capable of putting him in his place.

The creature creator

On the road with Ele, Witi and Joy

The next Eleanor Catton?

New Zealander Anna Smaill's debut novel is garnering international praise.

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