A trim won't do, Old Man's Beard must be removed.
Landlords warned to increase inspections for methamphetamine.
Opinion: New Zealand turning into a national of craft beer advocates.
The Harcourts Kevin Deane Real Estate Bev May Women's Tour is the premier Waikato cycling tour for women of all ages and ability.
For Te Aroha resident Winnie Hannah, getting the naming rights to a race at Racing Te Aroha was the best birthday present of them all.
Back in the Day: Talk of changing New Zealand's flag hit a note with readers of the Piako Post in 2004.
The time has come for the dahlia to be Queen of the flowers.
The Yankee Haulers Morrinsville Motorama's catch phrase is "something for everyone", and organisers are promising that this will be the case at this year's event.
An exhibition showcasing the cataclysmic events of war will show at the Morrinsville Art Gallery.
Matt Gordon already setting new goals after returning from Oceania Powerlifting Championships.
Tourism is prompting more off-road cycling and generating new business.
The 10th Annual Oak Lane Lodge Charity Jazz Day is set to take place on Saturday February 25, starting at 11am and will be an event you won't want to miss.
The director of the Morrinsville Art Gallery is helping to make this year's Painting and Printmaking Awards a success.
Morrinsville church opens its doors to those who want to learn te reo Maori.
Five finalists from Matamata-Piako district will be among those to contest titles at the Brian Perry Waikato Regional Sports Awards.
Cutting and styling a person's hair is a responsibility Carly Vivian and Emma Mouat take extremely seriously.
One of the first accounting firms in New Zealand remains relevant in the modern era.
Sergeant Zhane Collinson's face lights up when she talks about being an officer for The Bograts.
Billboards featuring familiar faces are all part of a drive to stop family violence.
Morrinsville woman Jacqui Owen heads GM Legal's new Waikato branch in Morrinsville.
Countdown offers helping hand for food appeal.
On Monday February 6, 2017, William Hobson's famous quote "He iwi tahi tatou" will set the scene for a celebration of people from all ethnic backgrounds in the Matamata-Piako district.
Suzy Monds doesn't enter marathons to beat a personal best, in fact she doesn't even care about what her times are.
June Wyatt and Joan Whittingham can often be found in a nice quiet spot at Lawrence House.
She's been using the bank for 10 years, but a Matamata bank teller told her there was no exception to the rule.
Te Aroha Athletics Club will benefit from a fundraiser at the Waihou farmers' market.
Scott Jenkins first Morrinsville College to receive a Woolf Fisher Fellowship since 1996.
Swamp Foxes head coach looks for new challenges in Auckland club rugby.
Matamata-Piako comes out to celebrate its top sports people.
Te Aroha Little Theatre is getting in the Festive Spirit.