Foodie heaven, family bike fun, surfing and football. Here are this week's top five picks.
Danielle Heyns and Pietie Janse van Rensburg visit South Africa, where they’re both from, for the first time in years. Danielle shares their experiences.
What makes an award-winning home stand out above the rest?
With the Budget coming up on Thursday we ask people in the Waikato what they think of the way the government manages their money.
Maggy's Catering make 300 sandwiches a day for hungry kids, and they need some help.
Thursday's NZ Symphony Orchestra concert Into The Storm will be a homecoming for violinist Anna van der Zee.
Here are five dishes at $14 and under that are easy on the palate and the budget.
Kapa haka, Zinefest, medieval warriors. Here are this week's top five things to do this weekend.
Denise Irvine reports from a road trip where food is the focus.
After beating cancer once, Matamata resident Kate Diprose, 7, has cancer again.
Reporter Emma James learns it's not as easy as it looks to shoot a straight arrow.
While some folk are thanking god it's Friday, thousands of Waikato parents are gearing up for a sport-filled Saturday.
When you've fostered children for 27 years, you'll have stories to tell.
Denise Irvine remembers the woman who introduced her to the pleasures of soy sauce, paprika, a particularly good egg custard, and a lot more.
Need some ideas for Mother's Day?
Rotorua fishery was an eye opener for its quality and management but it was Michael, Harvey, Gordon and my thrill-seeking buddy Emily who made it a great family escape.
New Zealand designer Brooke Tyson’s Winter 2015 collection, ‘‘Rambling’’, is inspired by a collaboration with southwest style artist Floyd Perry.
People wondering who the Waikato's next musical luminary might be have a chance to find out this month with a series of events helping mark New Zealand Music Month.
Chamber Music New Zealand is celebrating New Zealand Music Month with three events in Hamilton.
Looking for something to do this weekend to celebrate Mother's Day? Check out this week's top picks.
Two of New Zealand's best singer-songwriters are on their way to the Waikato.
An array of events will be held in the South Waikato over May.
South Waikato News journalist will soon take on motherhood and in the process has found a greater appreciation for her own Mum.
Always a shy girl at school, Natasha Galvin even surprised herself when she stepped on stage and sing in front of a crowd.
REVIEW: Student performers deliver a polished concert.
Gone are the days of signing up to a local club as a means of getting involved in the community.
What's happening in Hamilton during May.
Even an anxious novice cyclist can meet the challenges of terrain and elements on the Rimutaka Rail Trail and beyond.
One Cambridge woman knows more about reforming her health and fitness levels than most.
Darth Vader is coming to Hamilton on Saturday.