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Foundation players enjoy anniversary

Roto-o-Rangi's finest 70-plus age group tennis players. Ross Riddell, Lawrence McDonnell,Colin Boyles, Colin Webber and ...

Roto-o-Rangi Tennis Club celebrates its 30th anniversary.

'More farmers need to talk'

Dairy farm manager Joshua Monks says more work needs to be done to encourage people to talk about depression.

Overcoming isolation of working on rural properties and businesses can help farmers deal with depression.

Outdoor cinema coming to Cambridge

Felix Murray helping raise money for his brother's school trip.

The Bloom Collective Market, will be hosting an open cinema on Saturday April 1.

Merits a 'big deal' for Roto-o-Rangi farmer

Dairy farm manager Joshua Monks won three merit awards and was named runner-up to Dairy Manager of the Year.

Focus on health and safety is paramount for Waikato dairy farmer.

Community hall the heartbeat of Roto-o-Rangi

Roto-o-Rangi Memorial Hall still remains a focal point for community gatherings.

Every community needs a hub, a place to meet and in 1938, Roto-o-Rangi was one of those places.

Georgia works to make rowing dream reality

Sisters Georgia and Brie Perry, from Cambridge, have both competed at Maadi Cup in previous years.

Elite rower remembers getting into the 'Maadi Cup' vibe.

New commercial development for Cambridge

Work on building this new complex in Wilson St is expected to start in June.

Removal of a house is a step in the right direction to provide land for commercial use in Cambridge.

Relief as council re-opens superloo

Cambridge superloo will flush back into action for Maadi Cup visitors.

The Cambridge superloo is to re-open its doors from next week.

Volunteers ready for Maadi Cup

The 2017 Aon Maadi Cup Regatta secretary Marg Thomas (and volunteer manager Lyn Allen at Lake Karapiro.

Volunteers making it work behind the scenes at Maadi Cup in Cambridge.

Libraries in the digital era

Dr Ursula Edgington recently visited a number of libraries in the South Island to see how well they were connected to ...

Opinion: Has there been enough investment to bring out libraries into the digital era?

St Peter's School atheletes perform well at champs

St Peter's School placed first for female and second for male at the Central Zone Athletics Championships.

Team environment produces results for young athletes.

Making the world a more civilised place

For those struggling with an obsessive coffee disorder there is always the Cambridge Latte Lady, Jaqui Misson.

From a small caravan parked on the outskirts of Cambridge, Jaqui Misson makes the world more civilised.

Cambridge rider at Mounted Games

The main arena at the Hawke's bay Showgrounds, hosting the Horse of the Year event.

A Cambridge equestrian rode to victory in mounted games at Horse of the Year 2017.

Cambridge girl youngest at HOY

Alisha Macfarlane at the Waikato Interschool Show Jumping Championships. Earlier she had competed at the Horse of the ...

Cambridge's Alisha Macfarlane was the youngest rider in her show hunter class at Horse of the Year.

Artist returns for festival

Artist Richard Adams is returning to Cambridge.

New Zealand abstract artist Richard Adams returns to Cambridge.

More access for disabled people needed

This car park outside the Cambridge police station is narrow, leaving little room either side for people to safely ...

Wheelchair user asks Cambridge to improve accessibility for disabled people.

Business hub sets up in Cambridge

Meraki Workspace partners Rachel O'Rielly, Susanne Lorenz and Emma Sinclair.

Working from home but need a professional space to meet clients?

Marlin will feed family for months

Mike Bell and his 104kg marlin that was caught in Kawhia.

Fisherman divides magic marlin catch to share with mates, family.

Spud results revealed

Peter Thissen had the job of weighing the spuds.

Matamata has plenty of people with green fingers. 

St Peters, HBHS on track for Maadi Cup success

St Peter's Cambridge rower Sydney Johnson, competing in the Girl's U18 1x heat on Saturday at Lake Karapiro.

A big haul of gold medals has set up a number of Waikato schools for strong showings later this month.

Demand for more public toilets in Cambridge

The Cambridge Superloo service will be discussed by Waipa District Council on March 21.

A Cambridge business owner is starting a petition to re-open the superloo.

Teen cycling to help those with Muscular Dystrophy

Nic Brockelbank trains for his fundraising ride at Cambridge Avantidrome.

'Nic has never being one to give up and accept his disability.'

Cambridge Arts Society's new president

Lindsay Muirhead working on a current painting.

From painting, to photography, and even bonsai, Cambridge man Lindsay Muirhead does it all.

Lots of fun had on the run

Children race head-to-head in the 2km school challenge at the REMAX Waipa Fun Run.

For the sixth year, St Peter's Catholic school hosted another successful REMAX Waipa Fun Run.

Crooks hammer Waipa district

The Karipiro Mobil Service Station is the third business to be ram-raided in the Waipa district this year.

UPDATED: Waikato police hubs are failing smaller towns - says Waipa mayor.

From road to track cycling

Cycling is in the Sardilich family with Nina, Rachael, and Aimee competing at the Avantidrome this week.

Mum and her two daughters aiming for cycling glory at Avantidrome.

Run, eat, sleep and repeat

Camille Buscomb.

Opinion: Mastering training, recovery and mental wellbeing is key to surviving as elite athlete.

Nick Ross Battles wet conditions at Hampton Downs

Nick Ross and his Total Lubricants Nissan Altima in action at Hampton Downs over the weekend.

Wet conditions hold back drivers in final round of championship.

Cambridge girls selected as circus dancers

Kiarnna Weber, Lauren Voyle,  Kira Morrison, Xanthe Mcharg and Rhiannon Thomas will be dancing for Weber Bros Circus.

A group of young Cambridge dancers has been selected to perform at an international circus in Hamilton.

Nordic walking moves Cambridge along

Sandrine Smith teaches Resthaven Foundation's Gaylene Callaghan Nordic walking.

Residents at a Cambridge retirement home got to experience a new type of walking last week.

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