10 min ago More than a dozen plaques have been targeted for scrap.
Mark Stewart was last seen in Paeroa on Anzac Day, now his family have concerns for his safety.
Prime Minister Bill English speaks to members of the Waikato Chamber of Commerce and the Hamilton Central Business Association.
A cyclist is in a critical condition, following a crash in Morrinsville on Thursday.
Columnist says make your own sanitary items, internet says get real.
The annual Great Lake Taupo Business Awards returns in 2017 – revamped and reinvigorated.
Talk of a tax on property values perked up a Taupo crowd on Tuesday evening.
A 1980s movie prop tower has become a landmark at the Tokoroa Airfield but it could soon fade into oblivion like the movie it was made for.
The Labour Party's new Taupo Electorate candidate is standing for everyday New Zealanders.
She moved halfway around the world, at the age of 96, to be closer to her daughter in Taumarunui.
Raetihi residents will get the chance to have their say as plans for the town centre are revealed this week.
Learning shortcut for hairdressing students.
Rotorua housing issues taken seriously, says Associate Social Housing Minister.
Waikato students reflect on Anzac Day commemorations.
Morrinsville people turn out to pay tribute to those who died in major conflicts.
Huntly resident Livi Mitchell will live her dream of performing at the International Comedy Gala with Amanda Kennedy as The Fan Brigade.
Labour police spokesperson Stuart Nash addresses policing needs in Huntly.
In the dark, cold morning air of dawn, Lt Tim van de Molen acts as the New Zealand Army escort for the Matamata Anzac service.
OPINION: Financial impact of weather event yet to be felt.
Years ago they called the surf lifeguard Mr Goodie. But after 38 years on the beach, most just call him granddad.
She put off her wedding to lay a wreath, but the birth of her seventh daughter put a spanner in her 76 year record.
Ecologist leads work to catch kokako which will eventually return to Mt Pirongia in the Waikato.
Quarter-century tenure ends for Screen and Media Studies lecturer Geoff Lealand.
Franklin writer Elaine Blick's new novel Hearts Set Free will be launched at Chapters Bookshop in Pukekohe.
Jet-powered cars, drag cars, emergency service displays and more at Waiuku Steel 'n' Wheels festival.