Health and safety practices at the forefront of business.
The Swamp Foxes open the Heartland Championship rugby season in Paeroa this weekend.
A plan to build a new reservoir will help Morrinsville prepare for projected population increase.
There were no gym sessions, no physio or player mod-cons when former rep Sylvia Smith started with Morrinsville netball 45 years ago.
Te Ara ki Angitū: Pathways to Excellence focuses on making university more accessible.
The Queen of Hearts, Crazy Crayones and the Cable Tie Fairy are all creations by Morrinsville students.
Kristie Baillie was one of four Hillary scholars to spend 16 days in Nepal
Regional Westpac branches facing closure include Te Aroha.
Returning councillors for the Morrinsville and Te Aroha wards of the Matamata District Council have expressed regret no one was standing against them.
Grant Holmes has been recognised for his outstanding efforts in Health and Safety at work.
Off peak fees available for organisations to give the new Te Aroha Events Centre a go to see if its a good fit for them.
Colts players the star attraction during the Piako versus Thames Valley encounter.
Feast Tae Kwon Do Te Aroha has plenty to celebrate.
Matamata-Piako District Council is looking to become an A Grade council as it takes part in a new programme that rates councils performances.
Che Orton has recently formed one of the top bands around the Waikato, and is quickly gaining a great reputation throughout the country.
Emma Taylor and Seren Stevens have had their work published in the Toitoi Journal.
The average Matamata-Piako home used 69GB of broadband data in June 2016 compared to 35GB in January 2015.
Someone in Te Aroha knows where Noel Hinge's flag is.
Few choices for voters when it comes to election of the Matamata-Piako District Council.
Chef wins big at New Zealand Chef Association Senior Lifestyle Cuisine competition.
Eleanor van Bysterveldt was announced the winner of a $6000 scholarship at the Waihou Piako catchment committee meeting last week.
Wayne Pamment comes to Harcourts after a three-year professional career at Tatua.
Sir Peter Snell among the treasures at Te Aroha Museum.
Morrinsville College students have made their choice for the New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults.
If you are aged between 18 and 39 years old you should be interested in local body politics.
Waihou Rugby Football and Sports Club defend premiership title.
Udderly Hot, the 42nd member of the herd, was unveiled in Morrinsville.
Jos Nielsen was an instigator of the Te Aroha Family Budgeting Services in 1991.
Toni Garson has moved from being in front of the camera to behind it.
A new playgroup for preschoolers and their parents has been set up at Morrinsville's Community House.