The ring hexed with a 100-year-old curse has claimed its first victim: the guy who allegedly stole it.
An Irish surfer has shared her passion with women in Iran and Papua New Guinea.
It seems a phoenix could be pulled from the ashes if the retailing giant closes.
Dan Steele has a vision for the future, and it doesn't look like its past.
At least one conservative MP wants to ditch the Union Jack flag.
It might not be able to fly but the new Toyota Hilux will contribute to saving lives by assisting the Greenlea Rescue Helicopter team respond to emergencies.
Tuwharetoa relies on DOC advice, resource consent hearings ahead.
A fashion show to raise money for the South Waikato SPCA is needed at a critical time.
Customers to McDonald's in Tokoroa now have the option to experience a new form of service by being able to create their own burgers that comes with table service.
Sparks from a train are thought to have started a forest fire in the central North Island.
Daniel Te Ahuru was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia almost two years ago. Kim Marshall made it her mission to achieve all his wishes.
Meet three Kiwis who found new heart and courage to overcome their fears in 2015.
The birth of Rainbow Springs' 1500th kiwi chick has been labelled "extra special".
Te Aroha's Youth Empowerment Service has launched two initiatives to address high unemployment among youth in the town.
Students, teachers and family members enjoyed a family picnic at Kiwitahi School on February 12.
Thanks to swimsuit donations and the new school principal, kids at decile one Pukemiro Primary School are learning how to swim again.
Menzshed New Zealand has come to Huntly, to offer the community a workshop space. But the hunt is on to find an appropriate location.
Matamata's Eddie Davies counts himself lucky to be alive.
Death and failure crossed Mike Boston's mind many times on his hike up Aconcagua.
A former Waihi College head prefect has received an honorary doctorate from the Stockholm University.
A pair of cousins are continuing the family tradition of school leadership at a Ngatea school.
A film produced by Hamilton's Fiona Jackson is having its home town screening on February 17.
The first three special shapes have been announced for Balloons over Waikato next month.
Poppy the goat, Counties Manukau Steelers' unofficial mascot, has passed away.
FAST members tore up the pool at the recent three-day Counties Manuaku Swimming Age Group Championships at Papatoetoe.
Cambridge local to ride the REV with her late father in mind.
A Cambridge man is doing his bit to support two health organisations by cycling 125 kilometres.