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History has taught us nothing

More than 1000 people arrived at the Cambridge Town Hall at 6am for the Anzac Day Dawn Service.

Reverend delivers sobering dawn service message as politicians rattle their sabres.

Kokako preparations continue for Mt Pirongia

Peter Smits, Dave Bryden and Beckie Trigg, working on sites in Pureora forest.

Ecologist leads work to catch kokako which will eventually return to Mt Pirongia in the Waikato.

Night of leprosy and waste reduction

Nicola Turner from Mainstream Green speaks about living as waste free as possible at the Cambridge Pecha Kucha, held as ...

REVIEW: Pecha Kucha proves to be a learning experience for festival guests.

Setting the pace in mini motocross

The Lang siblings Penny, Percy and Hazel are making their marks in the Mini Motocross champs across the North Island.

Matamata motocross champ winning stacks of trophies and accolades.

BMXers claim top eight spots in nationals

Two wheels is the preferred mode of transport for three young racers.

Economics research proves a winner

Former Cambridge High School student Dr Leo Krippner has won a prestigious international economics award.

Reserve Bank senior adviser has won an international economics award.

Students 'raced their hearts out' video

The quest for gold for St Peter's Cambridge was epitomised in the hard fight to the finish for U16 single sculler Jason Nell.

Schools rowing success breeds an interest in more students wanting to be involved.

Short story competition winner revealed

Short story competition winner Melanie Dixon with David Cooney at the Cambridge Autumn Festival Gala Opening.

Short story competition theme generates 101 entries.

War left its mark on those at home

Four types of military uniform were paraded for Anzac Day in  Cambridge, 1985.

Citizens reacted to the reports of carnage in Turkey with shock and disbelief.

52 pumpkins from one plant video

Adrian Holmes grew 52 pumpkins from one plant, which could be a record.

One pumpkin plant produces 52 pumpkins - believe it or not.

Waipa's $16m revamped pool plan

Waipa Mayor Jim Mylchreest says the public will have a say on whether to upgrade plans for Cambridge Swimming Pool's ...

A proposed $16.5 million revamp of the Cambridge Swimming complex is on the cards.

Battling age, remembering war

19042017 News Photo: TOM LEE/FAIRFAX NZ - Anzac - Waikato Focus - Cambridge RSA has the most members aged over 90 in the ...

Many of them are in their nineties, but their memories of service are as vivid as ever.

More investment in community police needed

Cambridge Chamber of Commerce chief executive Tania Witheford says businesses are demanding higher police presense in town.

Low police profile compromises safety, says business community.

Kittens need your help

A newborn kitten at New Lives Animal Rescue.

New Lives Animal Rescue sends out request for foster homes.

Are you rejection proof?

Ange Wilcock challenged reporter Emma James to her 14 Day Challenge about rejection proofing.

What happens when you offer to help someone else?

Ohaupo fundraising for centre

Chris Gatenby standing in front of the existing Ohaupo Rugby and Sports Club which will make way for a new complex to ...

Plans to create a home for sporting, community, and recreation groups are in the pipeline.

More police, but where will they be deployed?

Rural community leaders are hoping to speak with police commander Bruce Bird about where the 101 new police staff will ...

Extra police numbers good but 24/7 police base the ultimate goal.

98-year-old vet we nearly forgot

Corporal Dennis Warner, middle, is looking forward to attending the Anzac Day dawn service in Cambridge, with RSA ...

Families urged to inform the RSA where war veterans are living in New Zealand, after case of man who moved to rest home.

Waipa ready to host Masters

Reg Rye is ready for the World Masters Games in Cambridge.

Waipa prepares to host the World Masters Games.

Historic grandstand's makeover

Keith Parsons looks satisfied with work to refurbish a piece of sporting history, the Memorial Park grandstand.

New life breathed into Cambridge's historic Memorial Park grandstand.

Taupo fatal victim named

Police have named the man who died when two utes collided on Taupo's Broadlands Rd on Wednesday. He was Malcolm Fergus ...

Malcolm Fergus Gillanders-Ryan, 77, died in a crash in wet conditions on the outskirts of Taupo on Wednesday.

Cambridge boy wins Hard Enduro series

Beau Taylor with the bike he used for the New Zealand Hard Enduro Series.

Cambridge's Beau Taylor has won a national title in the Enduro Series.

How to be an entrepreneur

Entrepreneur Diana Harrington told St Peter's School students she would like to see more women at the top of businesses.

A Kiwi entrepreneur shares her business experience with Cambridge students.

All that was needed boats and wine

Laszlo Boats owners Vera Bucsu and Laszlo Kertesz, when they bought Kiwi International Rowing Skiffs in 2015.

She loved Kiwi wine, he loved rowing. Next minute they're in NZ operating an award winning business.

Paula promises more police

Deputy Prime Minister and Police Minister, Paula Bennett. How many new police staff, if any, will she give Waipa?

Waipa waits to see how many new police staff it will be assigned.

Trek of discovery at 1818m above sea

Runner Camille Buscomb competing at the New Zealand Track and Field Championships held in Hamilton in March. Buscomb ...

OPINION: Mount Laguna training camp offers trail of discovery for body and mind.

Diabetes research earns award

Cambridge's Susie Ryan with her Honorary Master of Nursing Award.

Waikato nurse's research helped people understand diabetes.

Plea for historic Cambridge photographs

A photograph showing caravans heading around the Cambridge Town Clock in 1934. Do you have any old photographs of ...

The Cambridge Camera Club is looking for early photographs of Cambridge.

Offering animals new chance in life

A newborn kitten at New Lives Animal Rescue.

Money made from new shop will help sick animals.

Sport looks different when you study biomechanics

Sian Potter takes part in the vertical jump as part of the first Biomechanics Day was held at the Avantidrome.

Students learn how biomechanics fits into sport and their daily lives.

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