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Town's expansion provides business opportunity

Twins Vikki Cooper and Jayne Dahlberg are opening a childcare centre in St Kilda, Cambridge.

Twin sisters are opening a new childcare centre in the developing St Kilda area.

Cambridge sailor prepares for Boxing Day race

Cambridge sailor Anthony Merrington at the helm of Green Dragon during the Volvo Ocean Race.

Cambridge real estate agent ready to set sail, from Sydney to Hobart.

Boasting rights goes to Cambridge Middle School

The Goodwood Italian Pursuit Team won their ride off for 7th place and their Team Pursuit team was the only year 1-6 ...

Schools battle it out on the track at the Avantidrome.

New Trustees for Resthaven

Resthaven Trustees: Brent Nielsen, Marc Scott, Kevin Burgess, Lisa Ware and Dana McDonald. Seated: Sarah Barns Graham ...

Four new appointments have been confirmed as trustees for Cambridge's $36 million aged care Resthaven facility.

SPCA closure puts pressure on other organisations

The closure of the Waikato SPCA has put pressure on New Lives Animal Rescue.

The recent closer of the Waikato SPCA has put the pressure on other charities, including New Lives Animal Rescue.

Rent hikes prompt more calls for food parcels

Salvation Army captain Shaun Baker is excited about the renovations at the church.

The Cambridge Salvation Army keeps up with demand for food parcels after undergoing major renovations.

Buy one, give one catches on

Nick Thomas and Gina Veloz, owners of online company Little Givers.

A new business has a point of difference - it is making the difference to people in need.

Aspiring football players to benefit from technical director

Cambridge High School New Football Technical Director is Paul Norfolk.

Aspiring football players have  been given another boost to assist with their future careers in the game.

Hamilton Airport industrial location proving popular with business

Keewee Group Ltd commercial property manager outside Stage 1 of the new commercial development at Rayne's Precinct.

Hamilton Airport industrial location proving popular with business.

Cake of a different kind for birthday celebration video

The finished masterpiece, a cheese tower.

Artisan shop Over The Moon Deli is celebrating their first birthday in style - with a cheese tower that looks like a birthday cake.

Water helps young minds soak up knowledge

Leamington School pupils Mitch Chilcott, Roman Stewart, and Nicholas Grawler, enjoy a glass of water each.

More students from Leamington Primary School are filling up their drink bottles and slurping from drinking fountains.

Society plans for return of kokako to Mt Pirongia

There was a great response from the Pirongia Te Aroaro o Kahu Restoration Society's call for volunteers to take part at ...

Pirongia Te Aroaro o Kahu Restoration Society is gearing up for a momentous year in 2017 and it is all about kokako.

Cambridge players make Waikato U-17s softball team

Cambridge High School softball team's Cody Makuch has been selected for the Waikato Under-17s team.

Two players from the newly-formed Cambridge High School softball team have been selected for the Waikato Under-17s.

River rescue remains mystery after 36 years

Graeme and Kate Jacobsen. Graeme was presented with a certificate recognising his 40 years as a member of the ...

Graeme Jacobsen's police work as a photographer, diver and search and rescue team member recognised.

Sports lodge approved for Cambridge

Concept drawing on the new Podium Athletes Lodge to be built on the site occupied by the Cambridge Country Lodge on ...

An application to redevelop and expand existing accommodation on Peake Road in Cambridge has been approved.

Reporter nails velodrome challenge

All smiles before the reporter challenge as Mike Bain heads to the track

Cambridge Edition reporter Mike Bain was challenged to ride around the Avantidrome.

Waipa's 'wait and see' Easter trading plan

Waipa Mayor Jim Mylchreest wants a  "wait and see" approach to Easter trading hours.

Waipa District Council deferred making a decision on a policy for Easter trading.

Cambridge boy No.1 in motocross

The Pluck boys - Oscar, William and Harry. William is No.1 in New Zealand for his age in motocross.

A Cambridge youngster is number one in New Zealand for his age group in motocross.

Cambridge artist's work in global exhibition video

Faith Thomas artwork has been selected for an overseas exhibition.

Hard work and a passion for what she does has landed Faith Thomas a chance to exhibit her art in Portugal.

Stragglers with big hearts

Ready for this weekend's car show with his 1329 Ford Model A Roadster pick up is Jim Hanham.

Giving up your weekend to raise money for families who need assistance - priceless.

Tidd looking for the NZ sprint car title

Waikato Speedway Sprint Car Champion Jarvis Tidd holds the trophy he wants to retain this year.

Cambridge sprint car driver is looking for more trophies for the cabinet early in the season as he looks to defend his Waikato title.

Jumble Around grant benefits children

Children from The Pagoda - Cambridge Early Learning Centre in their new rain coats. Jesse Bannercrease, Alex Taylor, ...

Children from Cambridge Early Learning Centre can now experience all the weather elements without getting too wet, thanks to Jumble Around.

Freeskier qualifies for world cup

Cambridge freeskier Dane Kirk has qualified for the World Cup Tour.

Following a successful New Zealand winter season at Wanaka, Cambridge freeskier Dane Kirk has qualified for the World Cup Tour.

ITO graduates on the road to success

Dianna Barker has aspirations of managing her own store in the future.

A Cambridge woman had a plan to succeed and has grasped every opportunity.

New signs pledged to stop large vehicles using bridge

Waipa District Council has been asked to provide better signage to show motorists the vehicle height and size restrictions.

Cambridge Community Board has asked for new signage to stop large vehicles crossing the high bridge to Leamington.

Not all equine sports are the same

Emma James driving Lacey, with trainer Arna Donnelley on the right.

Reporter Emma James is a horse lover, but here she tries her hand at a different equine sport.

War babies can now call Cambridge 'home"

Happy to call themselves New Zealand citizens are Colin and Val Nixon after taking the oath of allegience during the ...

Brits officially become Kiwis and call Cambridge home.

School kids still love books

Wheres Wally? Find him among these Tamahere Model Country School pupils who dressed as their favourite story characters.

Reading momentum has been maintained amongst young people who still enjoy holding a book

Waipa district property values increase

Increases in property value does not mean a corresponding increase in rates, warns Waipa District Council.

Residential properties in Waipa have increased in value by an average of 38 per cent.

Hamblin's personality earns praise

Nikki Hamblin and Waipa mayor Jim Mylchreest. Nikki was the recipient of the Sporting Personality of the Year Award, at ...

Waipa comes out to celebrate its top sports people for 2016.

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