Prepping is well underway for The Great NZ Food Show, showcasing the best in food, wine, delicious edibles and innovative products at Mystery Creek Events Centre Hamilton, April 30th and May 1st.
A Romanian orphan, who was helped by the late broadcaster Paul Holmes, will be collecting for Romanian orphans.
Walton School students had a cool fundraiser- iceskating.
Six Matamata artists are selling art in a pop up shop during the Festival of Flowers.
Matamata schools remember their fallen soldiers in their own ways.
Matamata Lions handed over another cheque to Pohlen hospital, to support their palliative wing.
Matamata is loving McDonalds' Create Your own Taste kiosks.
Matamata teenagers took awards, and life skills, away after attending a Blue Light course.
A domestic violence victim wants to thank their Matamata community for their generosity.
Speed changes could be coming for roads notoriously known as tourism hot spots in Matamata.
Elderly residents are treated with their very own Fashion Show in Matamata.
Pubs were not the only places celebrating St Patrick's Day in Matamata.
An annual Japanese cultural exchange is alive and well at Matamata Intermediate.
An artist, who is inspired by animals and nature, has her art on display in Westpac Bank.
ANZ workers from Morrinsville and Matamata Fran Hopkins, Steve Hunt, Amber Herbert, Lynley McKenzie, Linley Wharekawa (SPCA), Candice Bentham, Maureen Blackstock, Kieren Ross and Nacre Maiden get busy painting the walls of the Matamata SPCA Opportunity Shop.
Patience is wearing thin for Matamata residents dealing with further delays to Broadway roadworks.
Matamata firemen haul home a stack of trophies from competition season.
By September residents will have a better picture of the design for a rebuilt Matamata Memorial Centre.
Other Matamata buildings could face the same problem as Heathcotes Matamata.
Matamata Rotary's Spud in a Bucket judging brought and business and family rivalries.
A Relay for Life team, that includes a Matamata mother and daughter, are running for their loved ones.
Putaruru-Tirau- Matamata Dog Trial Club had two members place well at the club's annual dog trial.
More visitors might be great for Matamata's tourism but not its roads.
Bowling pair have more success.
In Matamata 16 people, including a three-year-old, were rescued by helicopter in 2015.
Staying in business for 30 years is no small feat but with quality clients and staff Peter Vossen Builders Limited has accomplished just that.
Starfish will use the Tower Run to push the 'It's not OK' campaign message.
Elderly Idol was more about singing tha winning for Matamata residents.