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Water meters 'on hold' in Waipa

David Payne has concerns about water meters coming to Cambridge.

People with cross-leased properties may no longer have to worry about sharing water costs with their neighbours.

Getting ready when the glitter fades

Working to keep our top athletes like Ben Langton Burnell sustainable with work is Cambridge Chamber of Commerce Tania ...

Imagine having a gold medalist working for you? Well you can, they are available and ready to work.

Nervous wait for builder

Sentinel Homes directors Nate Alley and Del Hart relax on the deck of their entry in the  Registered Master Builders ...

For anyone who is waiting for a knock on the door it can be a nervous time.

Normalising waste minimisation

Waipa Mayor Jim Mylchreest at the Cambridge Book Exchange.

Cambridge's book exchange made out of an old telephone booth is just one of Waipa's waste minimisation activities.

Super Nanny in Cambridge

New Zealand Super Nanny Jessica Buttons ready to save families from themselves.

Look out kids the super nanny has arrived in town.

New art studio for family

One of Chrissy Taylor's paintings.

A Cambridge woman and her three talented daughters have opened a new art gallery.

No liquor licence for rugby club

Inspectors found buckets overflowing with empty beer bottles and cans at the club who didn't have a licence to sell ...

Police successfully opposed the Alcohol Licence application for the Kihikihi Rugby Club.

Still delivering to the community

Cambridge Health and Community Centre Trust Board members,
Back row Rob Feisst, Bruce Morrison, Middle Row; Lloyd ...

The former cambridge Maternity Hospital in Taylor St is still going strong.

More good times on the way

Chief executive of Fieldays Peter Nation explains  the economic benefits the event brings to the Waipa and greater Waikato.

The Waipa region has been told to expect good times as it's potential for growth comes to fruition.

Rates rise on the way

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Newly elected Waikato Regional Council chairman Alan Livingston.

Proposed regional council rates rise stays under 3 per cent.

More help for flood victims

Aerial view of major flooding in Edgecomb in April.

More than a month on from the Edgecumbe flood residents are still trying to pick up the pieces.

Cambridge woman named coach of the year

Dedication to athletics at St Peter's School has earned Ange Russek the title of Coach of the Year.

Dedication to athletics at St Peter's School has earned Ange Russek the title of Coach of the Year.

Council cops it over fluoridation

The DHB will to decide whether Waipa needs fluoride in its water supply.

The DHB will to decide whether Waipa needs fluoride in its water supply.

Where's the economic benefit?

Waipa District Council contributed $2,500 to this year's Maadi Cup .

There's been plenty of events but how have we benefited?

Cambridge move positive for track cyclist

Nick Kergozou De La Boessiere, Dylan Kennett, Piet Bulling and Regan Gough of New Zealand won the silver medal in the ...

Cambridge ticked all the boxes for elite track cyclist when he decided to further his career.

Cambridge club commends Masters

The Cambridge Rowing Club at the World Masters Games 2017.

Cambridge Rowing Club performed well at the World Masters Games.

World Athletics Champs next on to-do list

Camille Buscomb recorded a personal best time in the 10,000m race at the Payton Jordan Invitational track and field ...

Opinion: It was the greatest feeling, I wanted to savor every step out there.

Rural economy on the improve

Andrew Giltrap has based the head office of his business in Cambridge.

Make decisions based on care and planning, not market volatility.

Muscle man's Mr Universe dream

Sandro Mota is off to his home country of Brazil to compete for New Zealand at the Word Fitness Federation Pro Athlete ...

Sandro Mota will represent NZ in Brazil at the World Fitness Federation Pro Athlete Competition.

Fashion from 1960s relived video

Monique Webb took a break from her work as Hospice Waikato fundraising and events co-ordinator, to model some garments ...

Fashion event highlights work of Hospice Waikato.

Cambridge grows towards city status

190413 NEWS - Photo: Chris Hillock /  Waikato Times.  Cambridge substation had an explosion and fire last night cutting ...

A further 25,000 people are expected to live in the Waipa by 2050.

Bombing fanatic wins social media comp

204052016 News Photo Andy Jackson/Fairfax NZ.   Walkabout, school holidays at the Aquatic centre in New Plymouth.  Koby ...

For Hads Te Huia, jumping off cliffs and bridges is more than just a summer activity.

Kick 'em in the guts Trev video

The Roto-o-rangi farmers at the end of their inaugural Dagg Day Afternoon holiday, get ready to head into town to let ...

Fred Dagg and the Trevs lobby Government for National Dagg Day in honour of John Clarke.

Coaching experience leads to US

Shaye Morris joins the coaching staff for the Kenyon College football team.

Hamilton Hawks coach heads to US to help coach American football.

Travel agents remain viable

Peter and Bernice Sherry say booking holidays through travel agents remains popular with people in Cambridge.

Technology can't replace experience when it comes to travel.

Jack is ready for the win

Cambridge cyclist Jack Carswell, left, in the Secondary Schools Nationals, is in good form going into the Age Group ...

Cambridge student ready for road cycling champs.

Talent abounded in Cambridge concert

Ian Parsons Quartet with Kat Parsons performing during the Cambridge Autumn Festival .

Review: Jazz concert delivered as promised.

Never regretted entering the Masters Games

Competing in the World Masters Games was an experience Tom O'Hanlon won't forget.

Cambridge's Tom O'Hanlon entered five events in the World Masters Games.

From redundancy to award winner

Tania Bowkett's initiative has provided disabled people more choice in equipment to assist them.

From operating out of a garage to becoming one of the largest suppliers of disability products.

Pool plan heads for public feedback

Waipa District Council is asking the public for feedback on a revised plan to upgrade Cambridge Swimming Pool.

Waipa will formally be asked to have their say on the revised plans for Cambridge pool.

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