Kiwi Can: Learning life skills

Values programme reduces playground fights

Integrity is a big word for a primary school pupil, but it's one Waikato youngsters are examining in a values programme.
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Masked gunmen sought

	 Thames shooting Police had previously visited the property where three people were held at gunpoint by masked trio, says neighbour.

GP moves on after 38 years

Ralph Wiles experienced it all during his 38 years in medicine in Tokoroa and now it is time to clock off.

Singer hopes to jazz up Hamilton

Raewyn Watkins is aiming to become an expert in all that jazz - literally.

Virtual moa on the move

A propotype project to create a roaming 3D digital moa is taking shape in Otorohanga.

Speak out about workplace bullying

OPINION: In public, it was all sweetness and light but, behind closed doors, there were arguments, lying and threats.

Judge's order stopped milking

Dairy Thames farming company hit with $47,000 fine and ordered to stop milking until it fixed the overflowing effluent system.

Bags of skill required for giant beams

Construction workers lift huge beams into position on the Pickering Road underbridge with the help of a 200-tonne crane.

15 falls in 15 months

Payout cut expected

virtual moa

Virtual moa on the move

A propotype project to create a roaming 3D digital moa is taking shape in Otorohanga.

Evolving key to growing business

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

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.

Tauranga campus gets go

'Borrowed time'


Judge's order stopped milking

Thames farming company hit with $47,000 fine and ordered to stop milking until it fixed the overflowing effluent system.

Chiefs  |  Magic  |  School Sport  |  Racing

Twins tale fit for a film

Jake Robertson The true tale of how two skinny kids from Hamilton became world class runners defies belief, writes Phil Gifford.

Hammer-throw silver 'unreal'

Just turned 21, little-known Julia Ratcliffe from Hamilton can't believe Games success is hers.

Glasgow atmosphere fantastic

Chiefs sign Skelton's brother

Norm Hawthorne

Hawthorne a big loss

The thoroughbred industry has lost one of it's characters with the passing of Norm Hawthorne.

Mining an election issue

Drilling Chris Wilkes, Taranaki KASM co-ordinator, believes people are fundamentally opposed to seabed mining.

Waikato cycling hopes and dreams

Games provide inspiration Waikato must build on for world championships.

Nothing sexy about Motion 30

Bigotry not the way forward


Labour fails to fire up

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

Gully link gets green

Transmission Gully The cost of Wellington's Transmission Gully motorway is $25m less than expected.

Jaguar buys huge collection

Jaguar has probably parted with nearly NZ$200m for the world's largest-known privately owned collection of British classic cars.

The last Aussie Territory

P1 track teaser

Ford's 2015 Mustang F-35 Lightning II Edition

One-of-a-kind Mustang

Ford has unveiled its latest one-of-a-kind US Air Force-inspired Mustang.

Life & Style
Fashion  |  Food  |  People  |  Arts

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.

Tiger Lily to inherit 'very little'

Tiger Lily On her 18th birthday here was no sign of much inheritance from Tiger Lily's late father Michael Hutchence.

Hashtag prompts death threats

Zayn Malik had 13 million followers and usually tweets music. Then he tweeted one of the most controversial hashtags.

'Most unprofessional dude'

Why Queen refused Iron Throne

Naked and Afraid

Naked TV a new trend

Reality television's newest trend: Nudity is hot and no longer confined to late-night premium cable.

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