Road safety top of NZTA agenda

Waikato expressway

0 min ago  $400 million will be┬áspent on improving safety and reducing deaths and serious injury crashes on Waikato roads.

Mayor's animated self promotes Plan

Animated Waipa mayor Jim Mylchreest looks official in a suit and mayoral chains.

13 min ago  Council communications team show why they're up for LGNZ award

Pressed into action once more

Chris Rickards applies a crow bar to help lift the press and ease it through the door.

19 min ago  How many retired printers does it take to get a vintage printing press into a shed? The answer is five, plus a tractor

City councillor unapologetic for putting family first

Hamilton City councillor Dave Macpherson, left, said criticism in the media of his non-attendance at some meetings marked a "new low" in council politics.

4:50 PM  A senior city councillor has accused some colleagues of inflicting a political low blow.

Roller slips off truck, injures man in Pukekawa

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4:28 PM  A man is recovering in hospital after the roller he was driving slipped off the side of a truck.

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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.

Time behind bars for mum

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

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.

Massive costume sale

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.

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