Morrinsville College student Liam Gilroy has been awarded a grant from the Royal Society of New Zealand to attend a science conference in Australia.
This month's photo to gain honours at Te Aroha Camera Club is Wairere Stream taken by Peter Kamenhiout.
Knights in shining armour, minions, fairies and even the Hulk put in an appearance at Springdale school on Friday.
Nine-year-old Olivia Kelsey was flying high recently as part of a special scenic tour of New Zealand from the air in a 787-9 Dreamliner.
Former Piako musician Jackie Luke will perform with her Australian group Springtide to raise funds for Wallace Gallery.
According to Mapuna Turner, playing the ukulele is addictive.
A huge mess has been made on the field at St Joseph's School in Te Aroha.
Vandals have ruined freshly-laid concrete behind the Morrinsville i-SITE and visitor information centre.
Piako hockey players have made history as part of the The University of Waikato Midlands U21 Women's team.
Kiwitahi School students had a visit from Matamata-Piako district mayor on May 17 as part of an inquiry into the school's community.
Future Te Aroha is presenting The Vagina Monologues, a play that shares the tales of women's vastly different experiences in life.
New hope has been found for a friendly cat that was found shot and malnourished.
Baking and breakfast fundraisers were held in the Piako district on May 13 to raise funds for the Westpac Chopper Appeal.
Australian trio Springtide were popular guests at Folk Under The Mountain last weekend as part of the Te Aroha Arts in May Festival.
Matamata country music duo Kay and Kevin Tappin are the guest artists at the Te Aroha Country Music Club on May 22.
Te Aroha Women's Golf team win national club teams championship district final.
Australian singer Michael Mangan entertained children from five catholic schools on May 10.
Te Aroha Tennis Club life member Owen Passau prepares the grass courts for the winter season.
Morrinsville College has six acts entered in the Smokefreerockquest heats on May 20 at the Clarence Street Theatre in Hamilton.
The Silver Fern Farms Event Centre in Te Aroha will be completed on time despite a $200,000 shortfall.
Joan has been a member of the Morrinsville Country Music Club since 2001.
The Te Aroha Croquet Club has won the Midland League Croquet competition, beating Matamata in the finals on May 3.
A Chopper Breakfast is being held in Morrinsville on May 13 to raise funds for the Westpac Chopper Appeal.
A lifetime of helping others has earned Ra Stucki the Te Aroha Community Spirit of the Year award.
A month ago, Te Aroha & Districts Riding for the Disabled only had $1000 in its bank account.
Junior squash players are giving the game of squash a go at Morrinsville Squash Club.
Burmese cat breeder Karen Letcher has the purr-fect puss to take to her first cat show.
Elstow Playschool held its first Mums' Market at St Joseph's Church Hall, Te Aroha, on Saturday.
The Morrinsville Horticultural Society faces an uncertain future as it struggles to find younger members.
Artist Jackie Luke will be coming back to her home town of Te Aroha this month to perform with Australian musical group Springtide.