Hunter, bow-maker and bush-craftsman Owen Boynton will make is debut as Toa Hunter Gatherer on Maori Television in September.
Keep track of business progress made easy via Teletrac Navman.
A man who was worked tirelessly for a school for over 40 years has a field named in his honour.
Education on restoring and protecting wetlands starts at school.
Forty children grasped the opportunity to see first hand how dairy farming and natural environments can co-exist.
Waikato Weed Watch: It grows over water and land, choking waterways and competing with crops.
Agricultural days at school are always popular among children, but finding judges can be hard.
Cambridge High School dominates lacrosse final to retain national secondary schools title at home.
For the second year in a row, the lifestyle/rural sales team at PGG Wrightson Real Estate in Cambridge have received top awards.
The official list of candidates for the Waipa District Council elections have been released.
Opinion: Renting a property can be a tricky business. Here's some tips that may help from the Citizens Advice Bureau.
A $20 million dollar resortation project of Waikato's endangered pear lakes funded by dairy giant Fonterra is paying dividends.
Four years into his policing career, constable Karl Harrison has made his way to the Cambridge Police Station.
A Cambridge girl has been selected for a Ranger Advocacy Panel run by GirlGuiding New Zealand.
According to a recent survey, Waipa residents are hugely proud of their district.
A Cambridge op shop has more than $100,000 to distribute between local not-for-profit organisations.
A gym in Leamington is hoping to be a prominent supporter of people with Parkinson's disease.
Free dental care is being offered to low income adults in Cambridge in August.
Exchange students from the Japanese town of Bihoro receive the official welcome treatment from Waipa Mayor Jim Mylchrest.
The finalists for the Waipa Networks 2016 Business Awards have been announced.
Connor McClunie has won Countdown's People's Choice Award for Checkout Operator of the Year.
Some competitive wheelchair basketball will be played in Cambridge on Saturday.
Areas in Cambridge could be looking at a speed reduction.
Twin sisters at St Peter's School are helping to provide Zimbabwe's rural school children with reading material.
Constable Tim Sittauer returns home to Cambridge.
Matangi equestrian Clarke Johnstone has been selected for the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Most rural fire brigades are struggling for volunteers. But in Cambridge, they have a waiting list
Good George Brewery is taking over the Pink Church in Cambridge, but will they keep its iconic colour?
More than $60,000 has been set aside for a scoping study of a third bridge for Cambridge.