Cambridge Edition

Fire crews fight for volunteers, water gallery video

The Oban volunteer fire brigade was still young when it the local Ferndale Guest House caught fire. At the time the ...

Rural volunteer brigades struggle to get the volunteers, hardware and even water they need to serve their communities.

The fire brigade with a waiting list gallery video

Winston Steen, deputy chief fire officer for Cambridge, has been a volunteer with the fire brigade for 52 years, ...

Most rural fire brigades are struggling for volunteers. But in Cambridge, they have a waiting list

Will the Pink Church change colour?

Cambridge's Pink Church has been sold.

Good George Brewery is taking over the Pink Church in Cambridge, but will they keep its iconic colour?

Third bridge study underway for Cambridge

Victoria Bridge, the main road-link between Leamington and Cambridge CBD. Plans for another bridge have been touted ...

More than $60,000 has been set aside for a scoping study of a third bridge for Cambridge.

Tauwhare Museum on TV

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

Tauwhare Museum is all set to be on television next month as the new show Heritage Rescue launches.

Cambridge teens to help Thai children

Teenagers from the Baptist Church, Bridges Church and Elim Church are heading to Thailand to help Thai children.

A group of Cambridge teenagers are travelling to Thailand to visit stateless children.

Future stars of rugby from Cambridge

Cambridge celebrates after winning the Gwynne Shield defeating Te Awamutu 12-5 at Hautapu Sports Park.

Cambridge rugby stars claim Gwynne Shield for 2016.

Cyber security challenge

A Cambridge High School student was named runner up in a Cyber Security Challenge.

New cop on the block

Senior Constable Dale Colmore-Williams is new to the Cambridge Police.

Senior Constable Dale Colmore-Williams is new to the Cambridge Police.

Trust goes into battle for trees

A concept plan of the Lakewood development, near Lake Te Ko Utu. An open day is planned to update the public on its progress.

Open day will reveal all about changes to Cambridge's town centre.

Cambridge teen wins cycling event

La'chlan Robertson has won the U17 Glass Cup at the Te Awamutu Handicap Club Race. It's the third year in a row he has ...

A Cambridge cyclist has won the U17 Glass Cup at the Te Awamutu Handicap Club Race at just 14-years-old.

Rural students receive Sir Peter Blake awards

Jacoba Gread with her Sir Peter Blake Award. She is pictured with parents Mark and Kylie Gread, and grandparents Stephen ...

Two students from rural Waikato schools have received awards for their leadership skills.

Students get insight to construction industry

Students from Cambridge High School and Morrinville, Matamata, Te Aroha and Putaruru colleges took part in BCITO's Big ...

Students from five different Waikato schools took part in a construction tour around Cambridge.

Public have say on water company

Waipa takes next step to form ratepayer-owned water company.

$7k stag shot in the dark

A fallow stag was shot on Stephanie and Ewan Hulse's Waikato French Pass Rd property.

Poachers looking to claim "a nice set of fallow antlers" shot a trophy stag, but failed to get away with the booty.

Don't be afraid of te reo Maori video

Students from Cambridge High School believe that Maori language and culture should be celebrated more. From left, ...

Come on Cambridge, it's time to learn te reo Maori. 

Waipa to discuss water proposal

Waipa District Council is considering joining with Waikato District and Hamilton City councils to manage water and ...

Waipa District Council is considering joining with Waikato and Hamilton councils to manage water.

Equipment donated to community garden

Mitre 10 and New World helped Rocky Teepa with the Leamington Community Garden. From left: Logan McKenzie, Nicola ...

Thousands of dollars were raised for the Leamington Community Garden after the rotary hoe was stolen.

Police 75th anniversary in Waikato

Prevention officer Holly Warner and constable Casey Gies from the Cambridge Police.

Waikato towns host activities marking Women in Police 75th anniversary.

Calling all Cambridge photographers

Jos Philip, owner of Cambridge Glass, wants local people to submit local photos for the glass splashback to go in this space.

If you've always wanted to see your photo featured in a showroom, now's your chance.

Opinion: Partnerships key to Waikato's future

Waikato Regional Council, Paula Southgate.

Opinion: Everyone in the Waikato has chance to shape their community.

Ranfurly Shield fever builds

The Ranfurly Shield match between Waikato and Thames Valley. Two more challenges loom for Waikato, against King Country ...

Interest building in coming Ranfurly Shield challenges.

$2m needed for Cambridge pool

Cambridge's 50m outdoor pool will be upgraded as part of a plan to improve the local pool complex.

Cambridge's pool saga looks to have turned a corner with firm plans for an indoor complex.

Council funds archeological work

200814 news supplied/Cambridge Edition: CHALLENGE:  Waipa Mayor Jim Mylchreest thinks the time is right for a Waipa ...

Council steps in to pay for archeological investigation over land tagged for development.

Cambridge volunteer group wins award

The Cambridge Cancer Society Volunteer Support Group. From left: Ros Macky, Bev Buchly, Richard Johnstone, Anita ...

The Cambridge Cancer Society Volunteer Support group received a Commendation Award.

Rates confirmed for Waipa

Waipa property owners face a 2.14 per cent rate increase.

Rate increase comes in below 10-Year-Plan forecast.

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.

Tamahere boy wins prize for best bantams

Tamahere boy Thomas Giltrap has won a national prize for his Australorp bantams.

A ten-year-old boy from Tamahere has won a national award for his poultry.

Ad Feedback
special offers