In the dark, cold morning air of dawn, Lt Tim van de Molen acts as the New Zealand Army escort for the Matamata Anzac service.
OPINION: Financial impact of weather event yet to be felt.
A stabbing and smash and grab were two major incidents for Matamata police.
Matamata motocross champ winning stacks of trophies and accolades.
Community halls well past their use-by date in Matamata-Piako.
Feds inject some young blood into rural leadership role.
Even experienced thespians need training in how to fine tune their stage skills.
Neighbours have become friends, as the rural community strives to move forward after floods.
Rare arthritis condition no barrier for young student winning track and field medals.
Swifts score two wins over West Hamilton United in wet conditions.
'There are things I saw that are burned in my memory forever.'
The Senior A Volleyball team has shown a few injuries won't prevent them from playing at their best.
Reporter finds her niche in cake decorating - but remains in journalism.
Visiting the World Holocaust Remembrance Center has changed a teacher's life.
After two years of fundraising, the Matamata College rugby tour side makes its way to Argentina.
Young Matamata singer is heading to the NZ Country Music Awards.
Hard day at the office for Hinuera over in Leamington.
Wardville/Wairere School and District celebrated 100 years.
A good lawn adds greatly to the visual appearance to a house, but it needs tender loving care.
Agriculture is more than getting your "hands dirty".
Totara Springs has been hosting Kiwi kids on camp for half a century.
Paula Bennett makes first visit to Hobbiton Movie Set.
What was started as an engineering workshop in 1947 has grown to be a multi-million dollar player in the dairy industry.
Students past and present celebrated Hinuera School's 125th birthday.
Michelle Montague takes gold at wrestling champs bringing Commonwealth Games step closer.
A tractor which needs a shotgun shell to start it is among a massive vintage machinery collection going to auction.
OPINION: More than 1000 submissions received for Health Rivers plan.
Will there be a resolution over the future of the Petersen water fountain in Matamata?
An increase in home CCTV and solid reporting has helped police in identifying offenders.
It came to New Zealand as a garden ornamental but is now strangling our trees.