A game of cards is being used to help migrants learn English.
Waipa District Council is carrying out an accessability audit in the district in conjnction with CCS Disability Action
The popular Seniors Expo returns to Cambridge.
There's two new faces at the regional tourism organisation.
Opinion: Old-world wines of Esk Valley prove to be popular option for those looking for something new and different.
There's an army of people whose job it is to keep people safe on the road.
When it comes to dancing, a lot of people panic and think they have two left feet.
MG heads out on the road, destination: Cambridge.
More visitor accommodation is expected to come online for Cambridge in 2017.
Waikato school kids share big screen with their All Black hero.
She was just potting up succulents, but the homely task would nearly cost Susan Dromgool her life.
For the past 48 years, Sergeant Gordon Grantham has donned his blue uniform and served the community.
A trim won't do, Old Man's Beard must be removed.
A Cambridge accommodation lodge has won the Booking.com Guest Review Award.
Cookie the kaka is getting prepped for his return to the wildlife.
Opinion: New Zealand turning into a national of craft beer advocates.
Archaeologists make historical find after removing concrete slabs while working on the Cambridge roundabout.
It's powerboat action with speeds up to 300kmph and racers experiencing G-Force 5 while racing on Lake Arapuni.
New-part demon returns to spoil driver's chances of a top finish.
Defensive combat is just one part of Taekwon-Do.
Volunteers with a few hours to spare are needed for the Cambridge Community Patrol.
The only wheelchair swing in Cambridge is on the move due to lack of use.
The Cambridge Legends have reunited for their third New Zealand Masters Games.
Waikato is preparing to host the inaugural Chow and Tipple Festival.
OPINION: An elimination error spoils Waikato runner's chance to impress Usain Bolt.
Time has been called on an essential service to assist people in Cambridge.
The group working to restore kokako to Mt Pirongia is inviting people to be part of the plan.
A group of former Cambridge Edition staff members are tying their laces and walking for charity.
Life for the Hazelwood family has changed for the better - since moving from the US to Waipa.
Reporter Mike Bain takes a reflective look at Waipa public halls and the stories they hold in this series, Built to Last.