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Pilates takes woman to ultra marathons

Mimi Robbins watches over Jenni Hoogeveen as she works out.

One Cambridge woman knows more about reforming her health and fitness levels than most.

Free comic book day

Mark 1 owner, Chris Lander, is getting ready for Free Comic Book day on Saturday.

Darth Vader is coming to Hamilton on Saturday.

Cat show comes to Ngaruawahia

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Purring pussies of every colour and size, both long and short haired, will be putting their best paw forward at Ngaruawahia's first cat show.

Avantidrome, Wintec win architecture awards

Wintec's Engineering & Trades Facility won the education category at the awards.

A sporting facility and a learning environment were among the big winners at the  Waikato/Bay of Plenty Architecture Awards.

Top five things to do this weekend

Gwen Lyon, chairperson of the Hamilton Operatic Youth Council, and society member Jonathan Eyers check out costumes on offer at their giant garage sale on May 2.

A massive garage sale, a short piece of bilingual theatre and vintage wares. Here are this week's top five picks.

Alice joins gardens family

Friends of Hamilton Gardens unveil the new bronze Alice in Wonderland sculpture.

There was no hint of lateness from the Friends of Hamilton Gardens who gathered for the unveiling of the latest Lewis Carroll-inspired bronze work.

Hamilton: Living in an uncool city

Hamilton is home to Aimie Cronin and she's standing by it.

It may bear the brunt of many a joke, but there's a lot to love about Hamilton.

Bowling the last bowl

Vice president Bill Fullerton, right, and green keeper Richard Death are saying goodbye to their bowling club.

They've met rain or shine and through a war, but come May the Ohaupo Bowling Club will be no more.

Top five things to do this weekend

Hundreds of Hamilton residents are expected to attend's this year's Anzac Day Dawn Service at Memorial Park.

Anzac Day commemorations, rugby and a harvest festival. Here are this week's top five.

King brings humour to hard topic

Mike King talks about his Key to Life charity, through which he speaks to high school students about how he beat depression, at the Catholic Women's League conference in Matamata.

Former comedian discusses lifelong battle with depression but still manages to keep the crowd in stitches.

Doco sheds light on rural life

Farmer, rugby coach and dad Kelvin Thomas with his two 8-year-old boys Troy and Luke at his farm in Reporoa.

A new documentary looks at three pillars of men's lives in Reporoa – rugby, farming and mateship.

A bovine fairy tale

Peter Addison with champion ayrshire cow Talsen Danish on his Otorohanga farm.

Danish the Waikato ayrshire cow's life was turning to custard. But she's landed in a sweet spot.

On a distant rocky shore

Mass burial in 1919 at Chunuk Bair of New Zealand soldiers’ bones, gathered at Gallipoli.

Hamilton historian Richard Stowers heads back in time to tell the story of the Waikato Anzacs on Gallipoli.

Resistance to war revealed in doco

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Waikato's resistance to war and the conscription that followed will be revealed in Anzac Day documentary.

Bilingual theatre at Waikato Uni

The Waikato University production is accessible for both deaf and hearing audiences.

A short piece of bilingual theatre, using NZ Sign Language, has been created and developed in Hamilton.

Waikato WWI Memorial of Fallen Soldiers

Waikato's roll of honour, commemorating the Anzac Gallipoli Landing Centenary.

This list has been created from consolidating information from five websites.

Remembering New Zealand's fight

George Bridgewater's great grandfather was a medic in WWI.

Olympic medallist not sure if he had the would have had the guts his great granddad showed.

What's On in the South Waikato

A range of events will be held in the South Waikato this Anzac day.

Find out what's happening in the South Waikato this week.

WWI artist's work on display

WWI artist Sapper Horace Moore-Jones, who taught and died in Hamilton.

Sapper Horace Moore-Jones is regarded as one of NZ's most influential wartime artists.

Romance a reporter video

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Reporter Kirsty Lawrence decided it was time to spice up her life, so she was sent on a series of dates.

Top five things to do this weekend

Knowing how to swim is important in Raglan and this weekend's bridge to bridge aims to highlight that.

Are you willing to brave the cold snap in search of weekend activities? Look no further - here are this weekend's top five picks.

Health apps may misdiagnose

An increase in smartphone health apps has health professionals worried.

An increase in smartphone health apps is worrying health professionals.

Agent escapes penalty for termite house

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A real estate agent's conduct in the sale of a home infested with termites has been ruled unsatisfactory by the Real Estate Agents Authority (REAA).

Greatest wedding venue ever? video

Kiwi couples are lining up to get married in this living, green church in the Waikato.

Kiwi couples are lining up to get married in this living, green church in the Waikato.

Fifty Shades of Grey read at live wake video

Glennis du Chatenier and life-long friend Pam Lawson-Wilde wade through the Waikato River as part of the send-off

A very-much alive Waikato woman listened as a page from Fifty Shades of Grey was read aloud at her own wake.

From hard times to Miss World NZ

Ceri McVinnie is a contestant in the Miss World New Zealand pageant - and she has an important message.

"I've been in an abusive relationship and I'd like to inspire other girls who were in the same situation."

Meet the new Miss Pinup NZ

Anjelique Jones was named Miss Pinup NZ 2015 at The Very Vintage Day Out on Saturday.

Retro beauty Anjelique Jones has been named Miss Pinup NZ.

The Monastery closes its doors

The Monastery retreat offered treatment to people who had suffered in the Christchurch earthquake.

A wellness centre that has been the lifeline for men and women across New Zealand has closed its doors.

Jess's wish comes true

Ed Sheeran takes a mega selfie with leukaemia sufferer Jess Knight (bottom middle) and her friends.

Ed Sheeran makes a young leukaemia sufferer's dreams a reality.

A path to well-being

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Danielle Heyns finds out what tai chi is all about.

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