As a young lad Simon Tong used to pick up the bread and the Waikato Times and then read only the sports section.
A Hamilton company is flying high over a collaboration with Air New Zealand ahead of the release of The Hobbit trilogy, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
A Waikato business fuelling high performance athletes is heading towards a healthy bank account.
Partnership between CTC Aviation and a Japanese university pumps millions into Waikato's economy.
A prominent four-level building in Hamilton's central city has sold for $3.5 million.
A growing number of commercial property tenants are calling for landlords to conform to higher seismic-safety benchmarks, according a new report.
Xero chief executive and New Zealand's entrepreneur of the year Rod Drury is the keynote speaker at the sold-out ‘Biz in the Cloud' event in Hamilton tonight.
Cambridge pair's guide to NZ craft brews
From stouts to smoky ales, Cambridge men Jamie Moore and Jeremy Suisted have downed it all in the name of entrepreneurship.
A seven-year project that aimed to develop precision fertiliser applications for hill country has begun on a remote station in Western Waikato.
Fonterra faces court battle with French dairy giant over botulism scare, after a $331m compensation claim.
Mighty River Power has temporarily shut its geothermal power station near Taupo to repair its steam turbine.
A Hamilton business is scanning around for new international opportunities
Sir Stephen Tindall is hoping Waikato residents will open their hearts and their pockets.
Hamilton company Hunter Filling Systems has celebrated its 50th year in business by investing in a $1.5 million new building.
Hamilton Airport-based airline pilot training provider CTC Aviation has appointed RNZAF chief Air Vice-Marshal Peter Stockwell as its new managing director.
Waipa District Council has been named one of New Zealand's top businesses.
Waikato businesses are optimistic, despite struggling to find skilled staff and worrying about interest-rate rises.
Fonterra is now an even bigger cheese in Tasmania after purchasing Tamar Valley Dairy.
Protest against Anadarko's deep sea drilling steps out of the water and into court.
Chris Caldwell has resigned for what the global dairy giant says are personal reasons.
Property values in Waipa have been marked up, by as much as 9 per cent is some areas.
A Hamilton City Council property that was until recently home to the Citizens' Advice Bureau is for sale in Frankton.
Battle to stop deep-sea oil drilling heads to court as protest flotilla heads back to shore.
Asia's burgeoning middle classes are making agriculture a compelling sector for investors, says KPMG's global head of agribusiness.
Farm building consents growth is claimed to be a pointer to how the NZ economy is standing out from the global crowd.
Fonterra's newest director is Waikato dairy farmer and businessman Michael Spaans.
Hauraki Maori have bought the largest dairy operation on the Hauraki Plains after the Crown agreed to pay $53 million from their Treaty claim.
Waikato's economic confidence has lifted over the September quarter.
An eco-friendly cloth nappy delivery service is starting in the Waikato.
The country's housing shortage has fuelled a construction industry dogfight.
If you're looking for some deep-sea oil drilling common sense, a Raglan woman has bottled some and put it up for auction.
Waikato tourism has scooped the hosting rights to one of New Zealand's biggest tourism industry events.
The woman behind Hamilton's business incubator Soda Inc has been appointed as the first chief executive of new Waikato community fund Momentum Foundation.
$20,000 toothache for Candyland's owner after losing an appeal against an ERA ruling.
Stainless Design founder and managing director John Cook is appointing a replacement for himself.
Clare Mataira, manager of Hamilton's budget advisory service, shares her top tips on getting into financial shape ahead of retirement.
Anger as another government sale leaves investors nursing short-term losses.
Thinking about retirement is a luxury Steve and Sharon Jamieson can't afford.
The prospect of softer international commodity prices and rising interest rates next year means farmers are wise to be cautious about borrowing, says economist.
Gareth Morgan says govt enthusiasm for economic bounty from deep-sea oil is understandable and unacceptable.
Hamilton's Peachgrove Rd is to get a new generation Countdown supermarket.
A prominent building with a 1950s facade in Hamilton's Garden Place is for sale.
Information is being offered to people planning to make a submission on a plan to allow for a major development at Ruakura.
The land on which Te Rapa's Countdown supermarket sits has been sold for $11.5 million.
Waikato consumers are the most optimistic in the country for the second quarter in a row, survey shows.
Big Waikato employer Silver Fern Farms is not planning any plant closures or "reconfigurations" to combat loss.
Waikato was the second-biggest contributor to a 36 per cent national increase in farm sales in the three months ending October.
Farmers fear Fonterra dividend payout will cut into their falling profits.
Glitch in new software means Fonterra is struggling to get dairy products delivered to supermarkets.
The banker appointed to chair the Waikato Chamber of Commerce isn't interested in leaving a legacy.