A farmer is thanking his lucky stars after a cattle truck rolled in the King Country.
A teenage girl stole two pies while her 23-year-old accomplice pulled a knife on the storekeeper after he chased them down the street.
Driving is treacherous through on State Highway 2 and there are reports of flooding in Nawton.
Ambulance officers had to remove a young girl travelling with her dad in a stock truck after cattle were shot dead from injuries.
Police are investigating a suspicious fire that ripped through a single storey home in Tokoroa.
Former Taupo racehorse to showcase life as a sporthorse during Equidays Beyond the Barriers New Zealand challenge.
Taupo's derby divas are ready to rumble this weekend for their first bout of the season this Saturday.
Helpers from the Tokoroa community pulled together to help make cancer patients look and feel good while going through tough times.
Two Tokoroa rugby players selected for the NZ Deaf Blacks may still be nursing injuries but the battle was worth the struggle.
A daring night time rescue on the slopes of Mt Ngauruhoe last year is being recognised at the New Zealand Search and Rescue awards.
What does one do with pumpkin too big for a pot?
Sean Mitchell told a friend he was boarding a yacht last week. No-one's seen him since.
150 icons from piupiu, to hangi, poi to taiaha are represented in a distinctly Kiwi keyboard.
Two Morrinsville College bands have been selected to go to the Waikato regional Smokefreerockquest final.
Age is no barrier for Margaret Hunter, who has just published her first book at 78.
Gin the cat was found lifeless on his owner's front lawn, with paw marks indented into the grass "as big as a horse's".
History has been made - and revived - all in one day at Huntly College.
Pohlen Hospital's palliative care wing was officially opened on May 13.
Matamata students who have reached the grand final of the Agrikids competition need your help.
Donated gear makes sports-crazy Hauraki school students happy.
The Coromandel Players production deals with a family losing their mum to Alzheimer's.
"It could be us. At the moment it's them."
Heather Moore is a Hamilton boss braving the four-story Deloitte building as part of this year's Drop Your Boss event.
Three Pukekohe High School bands are set to rock the stage at the Smokefreerockquest Manukau regional final on June 17.
Eye disease has led to a Pukekohe man making the most of his vision.