Junior A volleyball team score second division win in the capital.
Waikato writer and film-maker Claire Ashton gives readers an insight into New Zealand's movie industry.
Enterprising primary school students' project helps family into business in India.
Hazel Lang is racing ahead in the national motocross rankings.
After more than three decades of keeping Matamata rolling along, Janice and Peter Howland have decided to sell up.
Honey, cocoa and food colouring are the best ingredients to fake a cut to the arm.
Matamata mum's ready to step into the ring again, after surviving first exhibition boxing match.
A woman who dedicated her life to dance taught many aspiring students over the decades.
Post Section of the Open Men and Women's provides exciting bowls action.
Firth Primary School is preparing to launch its school cycle track.
Matamata Backpackers accommodation opens doors in time to catch busy summer tourism season.
Matamata cubs got the party mood last week, celebrating 100 years of Cubbing worldwide.
Chronicle Reporter Rexine Hawes discovers what it takes to be a glamour model in our Reporter Challenge series.
How can a shoe boxed sized present make a difference to a child in poverty?
Hundreds of chins will be sticky with juice after one rural school won over 4000 oranges.
Two friends are working on a very special collaboration.
A well known and talented musical family will be performing at this months Country Music Club night.
Hinuera looks to third round to claim its first win of the one-day cricket competition.
Mum steps into the ring for boxing battle.
Boxer Zep Clarke-Lynn took a step closer to becoming a New Zealand champion.
One service group relies on your recycling abilities to be able to support others fundraising efforts.
A Matamata College student has launched her own small business.
Rock and roll classes are being held in Matamata, in the hopes it will rekindle the rock and roll club.
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.