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Symposium targets 'climate justice'

A prestigious grant is allowing two Waikato professors to organise an international climate justice debate.

Flasher gets name suppression

A central North Island medical worker found guilty of twice flashing at a female cyclist has avoided a conviction.

City tree removal upsets some

Residents are mourning the loss of trees around Hamilton city to make way for new developments.

Two fatal bike crashes

Two people are dead, one aged 15, and another is in a serious condition after two motorcycle crashes.

Man falls through roof

Late-night fall from a roof onto concrete has left a man critically injured.

Last wharf standing

Seagulls line up in the afternoon sun at Shortland Wharf, Thames.

Cultural desert? Not Hamilton

You could fill a book with what's wrong with Hamilton but the city's sesquicentennial is not one.

Dress to impress at Time Warp

Dressing for this weekend's mass Time Warp performance is serious business.

Musical high flyer diverted to Cambridge

What will future generations think?

'#Amazing' birthday bash

The birthday hangover is still being felt after Hamiltonians threw one hell of a party.

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.