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Cambridge Brass Band to head to France

The Cambridge Brass Band, directed by Malcolm Gapes, is heading to Cambridge's sister city Le Quesnoy in 2018.

The Cambridge Brass Band Le Quesnoy to join the 100th anniversary of its liberation.

Going green in Cambridge

Mainstream Green Co-director Nicola Turner from Cambridge.

Local sustainability duo Mainstream Green are offering events and workshops in Waipa in July.

Helping women exit sex industry

Cambridge's Aaron Kraakman is raising money to help women get out of the sex industry in India.

Cambridge man Aaron Kraakman is heading to India to help women get out of the sex industry.

Progress being made on Cambridge netball courts

Onyx Hautapu premier vs Five Stags in last year's final at the Cambridge Netball Centre. This year, the courts have been ...

The Cambridge netball courts have been closed for the past few weeks due to surface issues.

Sam's gaze falls on Rio

Cambridge mountain biker Sam Gaze, pictured at Cardrona Bike Park, has been selected for the Rio Olympics.

Cambridge mountain biker Sam Gaze selected for Rio.

Off to the world mountain running championships

Emerson Deverell has been selected to compete in the World Mountain Running Championships in Bulgaria.

Cambridge teenager Emerson Deverell is off to the World Mountain Running Championships in Bulgaria later this year.

New portico for theatre

Godfrey Saddler and Michael Cole building the portico at the Cambridge Gaslight Theatre.

After some 30 years in the planning, Cambridge's Gaslight Theatre finally has a portico.

SuperGold Card meeting set to attract hundreds

Wellington-based SuperGold Card specialist Tim Bryers will address the June 23 meeting in Cambridge.

SuperGold Card meeting in Cambridge likely to attract hundreds.

Cambridge teen's goal of Olympics

Cambridge's Dane Kirk has a big freeskiing future ahead of him.

Cambridge teenager Dane Kirk has a goal to become a professional freeskier​ and making it to the Olympics.

Finding a way with Alzheimers

Graeme and Kate Jacobsen with their dog Si at last year's Christmas celebrations at Raeburn.

It's a special kind of caring that shapes those who look after loved ones with Alzheimers.

St Peter's student off to Space Camp

Nicole Allen from St Peter's School is heading to America to visit Alabama's Space Camp.

Nicole Allen from St Peter's School is heading to America to visit Alabama's Space Camp.

Double celebration planned for Tree Trust

Tree Trust head Don Willoughby points to some of the plants grown on site.

Cambridge Tree Trust planning a double celebration.

Cambridge comments on Budget 2016

Cambridge Grey Power head Val Massey.

Cambridge organisations comment on Budget 2016.

Cambridge's call for bellringers

St Andrew's Church's bells need some new bellringers. Here, a much younger church verger Ian Dunn is pictured checking ...

Cambridge's St Andrew's Church is in need of more bellringers.

The rocky road to Rio

Former Olympic gold medal rower, Team NZ sailor and now Olympic Chef de Mission Rob Waddell.

Olympic Chef de Mission Rob Waddell on Rio's troubles, an old rivalry and that sailing choke

St Peter's wins gold

Holly Blakely, Ally Wollaston and Jess Clarke from St Peter's School all won gold at the Waikato/Bay of Plenty Secondary ...

Three St Peter's students won gold medals at the Waikato Secondary School School Road Cycling Championships.

Cambridge man's efforts to save the rhinos

Tauwhare man Marc Herrmann is trying to help save rhinos.

A Waikato man is passionate about rhinos and is doing his bit to save them.

Cambridge gated village sparks buyer interest

11112015 news photo: Viv Posselt/Fairfax NZ: Deb Banyard says the many good views from the site are a big draw-card.

Gated village development planned for Cambridge creating buyer interest.

Local trio attain Queen's Guide Award

New Queen's Guides – the first through the Cambridge unit – are from left Georgina Walker, Stacey McNickle and Laura Pulman.

Cambridge girls attain coveted Queen's Guide Award.

CHS student wins top award

CHS senior Freddie Dillon, recipient of the top Youth Spirit Award.

A swathe of awards given out in recognition of Waipa's community groups.

Cambridge team comes 5th in Oxfam Trailwalker

Cambridge Resthaven's walkers, from left, David Hall, Debbie McGregor, Rachel Jones and Dawn Mienie, have raised almost ...

Cambridge Resthaven workmates come a credible 5th in Oxfam Trailwalker.

New part of Heritage Village open at Mystery Creek

New Zealand National Fieldays Society heritage co-ordinator Alan Reilly and chief executive Peter Nation at the official ...

A new section of the Heritage Village at Mystery Creek was officially opened last weeek.

Cambridge travellers luck out in national competition

Pictured are travel winners Mark Boggiss and his partner Veronica Trent, and Pat Bergemann, flanked by helloworld ...

Lucky travel genie drops in to Cambridge outlet.

Richard Vaughan's train hobby

Richard Vaughan's model train station takes up nearly all of the space in his garage.

Well known Cambridge man has a lesser-known hobby going on in his garage.

Convincing liars rewarded at gala

David Cooney presents Amy Martin with her award as the second place getter in the 2016 Cooney Insurance Short Story ...

 Tellers of the best 'convincing lies' are rewarded for their efforts in Cambridge-based short story competition.

Karapiro wakeboarder aims for worlds

Nick Beale had a nasty wakeboarding accident, but that hasn't stopped him from aiming for world championships next year.

After a gnarly wakeboarding accident last year, Karapiro Water Ski Club member Nick Beale is back on the water and aiming for a world title.

Waipa launches its annual business awards

Cambridge Chamber of Commerce chief executive Tania Witheford and Jono McCullough of Rob May Builders at the 2016 awards ...

Waipa launches its annual business awards amid a raft of success stories from previous winners.

Cambridge symbolist artist holding special exhibition to mark a change in direction

Artist Santie Cronje describes this work as symbolic of her new journey. She will leave The Storyteller Art Studio next ...

Exhibition by Cambridge symbolist artist Santie Cronjie launches a change in direction.

First a lawnmower, now a motorbike

Erin Hampson-Tindale with the motorbike he will carry while doing the Rotorua Marathon. It will then be given to ...

He carried a lawnmower around the base of Mt Ruapehu for charity, and now he's carrying a motorbike in a marathon for the same cause.

Another AED swells the number in Cambridge

Seen at the presentation of the AED at Leamington Primary School were, from left, Cambridge Rotary Club president David ...

Leamington Primary becomes the latest among a growing number of Cambridge sites equipped to save a life.

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