If Santa ran his own workshop, you would possibly find him at the Matamata Men's Shed.
Matamata is bearing the brunt of rural burglaries.
The Matamata community has been a generous supporter of Rotary International's polio eradication programme for three decades.
Not into Halloween? Here's a light option.
Five of the Matamata College students have proven they are business savvy.
Waikato Weed Watch: Tussling with tutsan.
People are being urged to detect the signs of elder abuse and seek help.
As the new athletics season starts, the hunt is on for a coach to develop our athletes.
Suzanne Laws is enjoying the transition from Waikato Hospital to Pohlen Hospital.
Shaydene Begovich Yr 12
For the Wood family, wine is a family affair, and Simon Wood is continuing that legacy.
Cold weather caused the damage to the tiles in the outdoor swimming pool at the Swim Zone in Matamata.
The Lady Killers are the headline act for the Rotary 2017 Concert by the Lake.
No-one is immune from family violence, people are being asked to make a stand.
The challenge is on once again to see who can grow the biggest spud in Matamata.
Cricket players eager to get cracking into new Valley-City competition
Pallet Girl is nailing the latest trend in creating furniture from recycled goods.
If you have ever wanted to be a good samaritan, here is a great opportunity.
Hinuera Bowling Club finds its Men's and Ladies' Fours Champions.
Opinion: Cancer is a word often spoken among people in my family.
Is it time to go to electronic voting for the next local government elections?
A stunning collection of works by a well known Matamata artist is available to view and purchase at Westpac this month.
It's a project that's been waiting nine years for someone to pick up and champion.
Debut season in Heartland rugby opening up opportunities for former Matamata man.
Sports complex concept offers chance for football to expand in Matamata.
There's just over a week left to get your voting papers in!
BMX track needs a project manager to see it through to completion.
Do you like to get lost in a good book, or how about thousands of books?
Matamata Swifts players have been voted the second best in their respective football leagues.
For Janet Bycroft, someone else's trash is a treasure.