'Enjoy it - have fun' is Olympic rower Eric Murray's advice to this year's Maadi Cup competitors.
Browsers bookshop owner Rachel Pope finds the original of an old TV show.
OPINION: Good George locks down the Masters Games, cementing its place as a household name, writes Simon Wood.
Roto-o-Rangi Tennis Club celebrates its 30th anniversary.
Overcoming isolation of working on rural properties and businesses can help farmers deal with depression.
Focus on health and safety is paramount for Waikato dairy farmer.
Every community needs a hub, a place to meet and in 1938, Roto-o-Rangi was one of those places.
It appears there may be a lack of competitive men in the Waikato.
Changing a car tyre in under 15 minutes, how hard can it be?
Hamilton's next major public artwork will be located in the heart of the city.
Old school cars, balloons glowing and medieval jousting - this is your Top 5 for the weekend.
When Hamilton couple Kate and Allan Wilson decided to swap their long-established careers to run a cafe, it was predictable that many people thought they'd gone bonkers.
Balloons dazzle onlookers.
The Cambridge superloo is to re-open its doors from next week.
Mat McLean 'couldn't boil water' when he went to chose to do a hospitality course at polytech. The passionate Hamilton chef now owns and runs Palate.
After a filling meal with great views the cafe at Hamilton Lake ticks the boxes.
Trillian Trek uses Matamata home to launch its 2017 campaign.
Kurtis Pertab is a living, breathing cowboy from Matamata.
Council heads to public consultation over the future of Matamata's memorial fountain.
Hikoi from Waitangi to Waikanae follows the path of Te Rongopai a Ruka.
Wheelchair user asks Cambridge to improve accessibility for disabled people.
Hamilton could revisit the plan to introduce a one-way door for pubs and restaurants.
Arts for Health will celebrate their 30th birthday in style this April.
One of the oldest performing dance forms will be showcased in Hamilton.
What vegetable piqued the interest of lemurs, meerkats and kea at Hamilton Zoo?
There will be no stunt doubles descending the four story Deloitte building next month, just bosses.
A positive community policing event has been pulled from Hamilton schools' calendars due to lack of police numbers.
Mark Brown is gearing up for the annual Balloons Over Waikato, which begins on Wednesday.
For those familiar with Beethoven and Dvorak, there was enlightenment and creative astonishment.
When you walk into Waldorf School next weekend you will be transported to another world.