Cambridge Edition

Cambridge local's poignant reason for riding the REV

Cambridge’s Samantha Fairweather with be riding the REV with her late father in mind.

Cambridge local to ride the REV with her late father in mind.

Pedalling for the people

Paul Carrick is cycling to raise money for two charities.

A Cambridge man is doing his bit to support two health organisations by cycling 125 kilometres.

Cambridge course to bring families closer

A six-session course starting in Cambridge next week is aimed at making family life easier

Cambridge-based course aimed at helping families navigate parenthood

Popular Waikato bandsman mourned

Popular Waikato bandsman Barry Cope died last month.

Popular Waikato bandsman mourned

Filming begins at Tauwhare Museum

Tauwhare Museum owner Andy Moreland with Hertiage Rescue presenter Brigid Gallagher.

Tauwhare Museum became a film set for a week after it was chosen for a revamp as part of a television show.

Social media helping to nab the crims

Facebook moved quickly on Monday to close a New Zealand page featuring fight videos.

Cambridge is crime busting via social media

Defence force leaves live ammo in park

Gary Hampson-Tindale found live ammunition at a campsite in Kaimanawa Forest Park.

At least 28 live blanks have been left by the Defence Force in the Kaimanawa Forest Park

Cambridge turns a corner

Cambridge's economic foundation a launching pad.

Growth coming but Cambridge needs to maintain its charm.

Cambridge man helps Hamilton homeless

Kyle Marshall hands over $1000 to Authentic Church pastor Dennis McCaskill.

A Cambridge man is doing his bit to help Hamilton's homeless people.

Cambridge businesses divided on expressway

An upbeat Brian Purser from Colourplus Cambridge says business has improved since the expressway opened in mid-December.

Six weeks after the Cambridge section of the Waikato Expressway opened, local businesses have offered up a mixed report card.

Bakery loses business to expressway

Somaly Chea  of Hi Way Bakery in Cambridge saw business halve overnight when the Cambridge section of the Waikato Expressway opened.

Somaly Chea lost half her business in a day and the Hi Way Bakery's future is uncertain.

Cambridge's Christmas parade draws crowd

09122015 news photo: Viv Posselt/Fairfax NZ: BMX riders mingled with the Resthaven riders along one stretch of the parade.

Cambridge Parade rocks

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