Fatal motorcycle crash

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3 min ago  The motorcyclist became trapped beneath the car and died at the scene.

Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge finishes in dramatic fashion

Dion Smith from Auckland wins the men's 160km race.

After 160 kilometres, the men's Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge became a race of inches.

Farmer injured in quad bike accident

A Roto-o-rangi man was flown to Waikato Hospital with chest injuries after a quad bike accident.

A Waikato man is flown to hospital after suffering chest injuries in a quad bike accident.

Missing swimmer presumed dead

Police are looking at the tides and currents to work out what to do next in the search and recovery phase.

Emergency services have called off the search for a teen who was swept out to sea while swimming off Raglan beach.

Men at work

Cecilie Rushton just after she had been admitted as a barrister of the Supreme Court, with Registrar Jack Gerkin

There were jobs aplenty in 1965, as long as you were a bloke aged 18 to 25.

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Hamilton's 150th

Donation to help dialysis patients

Morrinsville Lions Club members chop firewood to raise funds for a modified van for dialysis patients. Photo: SUPPLIED

Dialysis patients will soon be able to take a much-needed holiday after a $110,000 donation towards a modified campervan.

Massive costume sale

Gwen Lyon, chairperson of the Hamilton Operatic Youth Council, and society member Jonathan Eyers check out costumes on offer at their giant garage sale on  May 2.

The chaos seen last at Hamilton Operatic's giant garage sale in 2011 could be replicated on May 2 as the society cleans thousands of retro and fashion items from its wardrobe, says business manager Jason Wade.

Time behind bars for mum

The Coroners Court of Victoria has found methamphetamine deaths are soaring.

Mother who made and distributed P from her Hamilton home jailed for six years, seven months.

'#Amazing' birthday bash gallery

PARTY: Louise Racliffe and Gabrielle de Bruijn celebrate Hamilton's 150th birthday and the 10th anniversary of the Riff Raff statute.

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

Cultural desert? Not Hamilton

The Meteor Theatre is listed at No 4, where theatre is now enjoyed week in and week out.

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

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