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Long fight heading to court

Gavel A four-year leadership battle has reared its head again after a lawsuit was filed against tribal parliament Te Kauhanganui.

Science adventure beckons

Jayke Hopa When it comes to science Jayke Hopa knows the subject in a different manner than most others.

School woven with headmaster's life

Susan Hassall Susan Hassall started at Hamilton Boys' High as a first-year teacher. Now she's headmaster.

Funeral home to donate memorial

A local funeral company has promised to donate a memorial for the 500-plus dead buried in unmarked graves in southern Waikato.

Census shows iwi growth

Te Tii marae Waitangi Day The Maori renaissance continues to chug along as the growth in the number of people who identify to an iwi increased.

Graeme Timlin

Mother still weeps for lost son

It has been 49 years since Ursula Purchase last saw her son's face, heard his voice, felt his touch.

City celebrates in style

Woodstock Primary School A walk back in time and a capsule buried for future generations helped Hamilton kick off the first of many events to mark the city's 150th birthday.

Richard O’Brien: A love letter to Hamilton

The musician and performer of Rocky Horror fame came here first as a lad.

Anna Coddington: A love letter to Hamilton

Love letters to Hamilton

I remember when...

The Waikato Times' celebrates Hamilton's 150th by looking back at the early days.

Snapper cutbacks 'unfair'

Recreational anglers pan Government decision to cut bag limits in NZ's most prized snapper fishery.

Snapper quota

Recreational fishers will now be able to catch seven snapper a day, after the Govt abandoned plans to slash the quota to three.

Shearer's snapper stunt

Snapper backdown?

Baby snapper selling overseas

On a good day the view from Brian Hart's workplace is hard to beat.