Pick it up and you're ready for lunch in the Hamilton Gardens.
A kind-hearted Cambridge couple has bought the local St John unit a brand new ambulance.
Take your kids to the Santa Parade, your workmates to the races, or your partner to the comedy show.
Fancy smashing a shuttlecock? Your heart will thank you.
Christmas trees and stockings are going up around the world, waiting for presents.
She didn't hate the player and she didn't hate the game.
Taking back Santa: One man's mission to bring down Hamilton's Coca-Cola Christmas display.
Prospective attendees are advised to don their best space uniforms for special event.
Artisan shop Over The Moon Deli is celebrating their first birthday in style - with a cheese tower that looks like a birthday cake.
Suzy Monds doesn't enter marathons to beat a personal best, in fact she doesn't even care about what her times are.
Opinion: Waikato writer and film-maker Claire Ashton gives readers an insight into New Zealand's movie industry.
Tyson Downing is not a magician, although a cup of Manuka Brothers' coffee might lead you to suspect otherwise.
This reviewer doesn't utter such a word lightly, but there it is: "perfection".
Water conservation measures loom as the summer weather heats up.
Haylee Mickleson is helping people battle mental health, one step at a time.
A University of Waikato student is looking at why certain Māori traditions exists and how colonisation has influenced tikanga.
Graeme Jacobsen's police work as a photographer, diver and search and rescue team member recognised.
What's it like being an immigrant, a woman, and a racial minority in Trump's America?
The future of the inner-city theatre is now ensured, National MP Tim Macindoe said at the reception where the grant was announced.
Don't freak out: It's December already. That means summer, Christmas soon and the end of another year. I'll let that sink in.
People in Hamilton can have alcohol delivered within an hour to their front door.
Music, arts and culture aficionados in the Waikato are advised to clear their diaries from February 17 to 26.
Oliver's Bakery in Whangamata will donate their day's takings to Kaikoura Bakery on Friday.
Cambridge Edition reporter Mike Bain was challenged to ride around the Avantidrome.
The entertainment at the teppanyaki restaurant was a big part of the lunch experience.
Through blood, sweat, tears, and love, Nelda Nooyen enjoys the best of two worlds.
Hamilton's Christmas Parade kicks off at 3pm on Sunday, December 11, on Anglesea Street.
Get your tickets for a four course meal, with proceeds going to the Red Cross Kaikoura Earthquake Appeal.
Haylee Mickleson will climb more than 21,000 steps in 24 hours for mental health awareness.
Hamilton Combined Christian Food Bank aims to make Christmas a little brighter for Hamilton people experiencing hardship.