8 min ago He has suffered a head injury when his mini motorbike crashed into a tree.
Mother says she had no help from the school after horrific incident at a school camp.
The former Pink Church in Cambridge is about to restart its life - as a bar.
Her 10-year-old boy may never be the same after he was sexually assaulted by another child.
Her father's killer has been sentenced to life in prison, but George Taiaroa's daughter says the pieces of her family will never fit right again.
With New Zealand's blue duck/whio classified as nationally vulnerable, a release of six baby ducks has high hopes of re-population.
Taking full advantage of a predator proof fence, three New Zealand Falcon chicks are growing up quickly.
Tokoroa extended family take in cycle challenge to bring awareness to platelet disorder that affects for generations of them.
Rural property market watch: market waiting for weather to improve
The future looks bright for the region with visitor numbers continuing to grow.
Sprucing up the old Taumarunui railway station with a mural is one of many projects designed to lift the towns image.
Over two nights, police from Hamilton, Tauranga and Rotorua stopped more than 8000 motorists and tested them for drink driving.
Last year it closed due to debt and declining membership. But now things are looking up.
Suzy Monds doesn't enter marathons to beat a personal best, in fact she doesn't even care about what her times are.
June Wyatt and Joan Whittingham can often be found in a nice quiet spot at Lawrence House.
Exciting plans of a multi-purpose community centre are in the works for Ngaruawahia.
It will be a town meets country affair at this weekend's Te Kauwhata A&P Show.
Junior A volleyball team score second division win in the capital.
Opinion: Waikato writer and film-maker Claire Ashton gives readers an insight into New Zealand's movie industry.
Going to Hawaii to represent New Zealand at inline hockey has led Max Vesper to represent Canada.
The Interislander Summer Festival is galloping into town again on on January 3.
There is the occasional hair singe off the arms and legs but that's only normal when you're playing with fire.
A new Pita Pit menu may ease problems for customers dealing with diabetes
A person who was trapped in a vehicle after a crash in Auckland's south is in a serious condition.
It's a long way to the top in Taekwon-Do, but 16-year-old Gabby Lambert is determined to make it.