People with cross-leased properties may no longer have to worry about sharing water costs with their neighbours.
Imagine having a gold medalist working for you? Well you can, they are available and ready to work.
For anyone who is waiting for a knock on the door it can be a nervous time.
Cambridge's book exchange made out of an old telephone booth is just one of Waipa's waste minimisation activities.
Look out kids the super nanny has arrived in town.
A Cambridge woman and her three talented daughters have opened a new art gallery.
Police successfully opposed the Alcohol Licence application for the Kihikihi Rugby Club.
The former cambridge Maternity Hospital in Taylor St is still going strong.
The Waipa region has been told to expect good times as it's potential for growth comes to fruition.
Proposed regional council rates rise stays under 3 per cent.
More than a month on from the Edgecumbe flood residents are still trying to pick up the pieces.
Dedication to athletics at St Peter's School has earned Ange Russek the title of Coach of the Year.
The DHB will to decide whether Waipa needs fluoride in its water supply.
There's been plenty of events but how have we benefited?
Cambridge ticked all the boxes for elite track cyclist when he decided to further his career.
Cambridge Rowing Club performed well at the World Masters Games.
Opinion: It was the greatest feeling, I wanted to savor every step out there.
Make decisions based on care and planning, not market volatility.
Sandro Mota will represent NZ in Brazil at the World Fitness Federation Pro Athlete Competition.
Fashion event highlights work of Hospice Waikato.
A further 25,000 people are expected to live in the Waipa by 2050.
For Hads Te Huia, jumping off cliffs and bridges is more than just a summer activity.
Fred Dagg and the Trevs lobby Government for National Dagg Day in honour of John Clarke.
Hamilton Hawks coach heads to US to help coach American football.
Technology can't replace experience when it comes to travel.
Cambridge student ready for road cycling champs.
Review: Jazz concert delivered as promised.
Cambridge's Tom O'Hanlon entered five events in the World Masters Games.
From operating out of a garage to becoming one of the largest suppliers of disability products.
Waipa will formally be asked to have their say on the revised plans for Cambridge pool.