For 13 years it sat empty and derelict. Now, the school - with a rateable value of $2.54 million dollars - will be demolished.
Colleagues blew the whistle on referee who swiped $13K and a video camera.
Growing inmate numbers and a new bill will test Waikato's health services.
Highway between Hamilton and Raglan is in line for $9m in safety improvements.
A silver Mazda or similar vehicle was seen leaving the area around the liquor store.
OPINION: It's time to talk about how cars fit in with a modern and vibrant city, write Rowena Hay and Aaron Wong.
A lot of well known Waikato and Bay of Plenty buildings - and spaces - have earned accolades.
Waikato-Tainui chief executive Donna Flavell has a vision - and she just wants to get things done.
From operating out of a garage to becoming one of the largest suppliers of disability products.
As Waipa grows, so does its accommodation offering for visitors.
How a kid from a small NZ city came to lead a 300-year-old insurance giant in Europe's finance capital.
Hosting large scale events has boosted Taupo's economy to the tune of $32.7 million over the last twelve months.
Reserve Bank senior adviser has won an international economics award.
Chiefs midfielder set for third match in a week after returning from concussion issues that threatened his career.
Former Chiefs centre cops three-week ban after abusing a referee during and after a Pro12 match in Ireland.
The Magic are fighting three other teams for a place in the playoffs, and they're the next three teams on their schedule.
Royally-bred Legramor one to watch if she makes Breeders Stakes field.
Back at home and up against the lowly Sunwolves, the Chiefs are desperate to get back to their dynamic best.
OPINION: The old boys have failed to fix New Zealand's doctor shortage, now it's our turn.
OPINION: It's time to have a conversation about how cars fit in with plans for a modern and vibrant city, writes Rowena Hay and Aaron Wong.
OPINION: Since the twin weather bombs did their worst, attention has shifted to Hamilton’s earthquake risk, writes Richard Swainson.
OPINION: Television is little more than a mirror reflecting back at us, with dreadful accuracy, who we really are, writes Narelle Henson.
OBITUARY: Mike Leach had an incredible thirst for knowledge which stood him in good stead as a school teacher.
Waipa will formally be asked to have their say on the revised plans for Cambridge pool.
Moving from conservative Ireland 30 years ago, Celtic Kitchen's Meg Daly loves Hamilton and wouldn't live anywhere else.
If you're looking for the best butter chicken spot, this is your place.
Waikato students reflect on Anzac Day commemorations.
Reverend delivers sobering dawn service message as politicians rattle their sabres.
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