There are bats and batter alike in the hospitality-themed new production at the Meteor Theatre.
No one in the history of Frankton walked more kilometres on its main street than Vinod Bhikha.
New Zealand’s favourite equine showcase is back this weekend at Mystery Creek Events Centre in Hamilton
Hamilton music lovers can expect a "sonic adventure" when touring acoustic chamber-folk trio The String Contingent perform in the city on Saturday, October 17.
Repeated complaints about dangerous dogs frayed Talha Junaid's nerves and left him with a problem.
People around the world have pledged to read for Huntly on Wednesday.
Cambridge's Gary Mutton has grown up with the arts.
Donating all the profits from a business, even if there are none, might sound crazy. But that's what a Frankton cafe does.
They stand shoulder to shoulder, spilling into the foyer.
Live weather crossover from Cambridge plaza
Rising star Coral Pitcher will take a leading role in a big weekend of live music in Hamilton and Raglan.
Raglan-based songwriter Parabola West has a Game of Thrones twist to her new single, Fire.
Nature is one of the most effective – not to mention fun, free and beautiful – of class rooms.
Gary Roselli knew about the spectacular sights of Hamilton Gardens long before he stepped off his chartered coach.
Fresh calls are being made to put Hamilton's Claudelands Events Centre on the block.
Could Fairfield become the next Ponsonby?
Browsers bookshop owner Rachel Pope goes for a non-fiction oldie but goodie this week.
This year celebrates the 20th anniversary of the annual Home and Garden Ramble.
Summertime foodie market for Cambridge
Here's a tasty collection of dishes from 50 Kiwi cafes.
A move to introduce a one-way door policy in Hamilton would be "hammer blow" to the city's downtown.
Pockets of happiness have been coming into full bloom at Hamilton Gardens.
Hamilton theatre audiences will soon be able to experience new stories about drug trials, love, death and upper class excess.
Get your punk on at Steampunk The Thames festival this November.
Classic cars, all things home, a half marathon and horses. Here are this week's top five picks.
Megan Bevan joined Neighbourly to connect with her new community.
Punters who leave Hamilton bars and pubs an hour before closing time could find themselves shut out.
Cambridge's Bridge's Church extends hand to the community
Redundant digger driver awarded thousands for "hurt and humiliation".