A car fled the scene after it was involved in a crash in Cambridge on Sunday night.
Stephen Donald, the All Black who helped NZ win the 2011 World Cup, has been immortalised on toast.
It's been a weekend of wild weather but things should lighten up Monday.
Top marks for Tokoroa based Nga Manu Korero Waikato region winner with political aspirations.
The Hamilton Tweed Ride gives the more genteel an opportunity to look good on a bike.
It was one of those rare moments in sport. Trailing by three tries at the half Taupo United, a plucky club having an up-start season, crossed the painted line to tie the game and and force overtime with giants, Taupo Sports A.
Taupo Sports A halfback Zayn Tipping knows only too well the advantage a big crowd can have on a match result.
Te Tai Hauauru Maori Electorate MP hopes to better service the South Waikato by opening a new office.
The Graeme Dingle Foundation's latest Kiwi Can Champion has been named in Tokoroa.
An NZ first will be trialled when an official i-Site will be put into the DoC visitor centre in Whakapapa at Mt Ruapehu.
One of Moko Rangitoheriri's killers launches appeal, and argued at her sentencing she was driven to violence.
Rotorua needs to be pro-active and free up more land for housing, according to MP Todd McClay.
A new playgroup for preschoolers and their parents has been set up at Morrinsville's Community House.
Something's wrong with the giant dairy whip silo outside Tatua Co-operative.
An old painting on a Jesmond St shop in Ngaruawahia will be replaced with a mural representing the town and Matariki.
Part-time teacher Robyn Harris has said goodbye to the role of Kimihia School Board of Trustees chairperson.
A water filtration company have created a revolutionary system changing the way we utilise water.
Drivers can expect minor delays and detours as more work is carried out on Broadway.
Sailors Grave car park entrance and exit made safer.
Paeroa Lions Club has bestowed its most prestigious award to a long-standing member.
SPCA doubles down on cuteness with its fundraiser.
Singing students are using their voices for good with a fundraiser to help a Hamilton family this weekend.
Franklin mouth artist Grant Sharman is heading to Brisbane for the Royal Queensland show in August.