It was Carwyn May's first time competing in the World Masters Games but that didn't stop the Taupo local claiming second place in his age group.
Sing for strength. That's what a group of Turangi seniors is told every week.
The Great Lake Taupo region is in the running for the top spot in several categories of the just-launched NZ's Favourite Places to Ride 2017 competition.
The annual Great Lake Taupo Business Awards returns in 2017 – revamped and reinvigorated.
Talk of a tax on property values perked up a Taupo crowd on Tuesday evening.
How often does the Great Lake Centre have flying cats, a mermaid, a sea monster, an invasion of monkeys, and a giant gorilla on stage?
Hosting large scale events has boosted Taupo's economy to the tune of $32.7 million over the last twelve months.
A restaurateur-turned-business advisor is calling for local business owners to consider taking on a mentee and sharing their knowledge.
Our reporter Steph Rangi takes a ride to find out why people love doing burn outs.
Ahead of setting the upcoming budget Finance Minister Steven Joyce visited Taupo to see what the region could benefit from
More than 1000 people were at the Great Lake Centre at 5.45am for Taupo's Anzac Day Dawn Service.
The dangerous asbestos cladding wasn't fenced off after council staff were evacuated - and someone stole it.
Shawn Vennell has 1500 native trees to plant on Saturday, and he's calling on Taupo families to give him a hand.
It was broad daylight when Rosalie Davidson saw the drunk girls, but when she went to help, it turned nasty.
Councillor calls foul over the proposed $15 million rebuild of the Taupo District Council offices.
A man accused of killing in Taupo at Easter has appeared in court.
A German tourist responsible for a head on crash last month was sentenced in Taupo's District Court last Thursday.
An anonymous tip-off, men with machetes 'reeking' of cannabis and a drone led police to 'significant' drug bust.
We'd like to stay here, councillors say, but what does the community think?
The Taupo Harbourmaster's office is warning boaties to check their moorings and prepare for 130kmh winds as Cyclone Cook sweeps across the country.
Malcolm Fergus Gillanders-Ryan, 77, died in a crash in wet conditions on the outskirts of Taupo on Wednesday.
Sensing her days are numbered a Tokoroa woman has decided to sell almost everything she owns.
Most of Tuwharetoa are happy to proceed with a settlement agreement, vote shows.
A new Te Papa-esque learning centre opens in Taupo this Easter.
Being a GP just isn't what it used to be, says retiring doctor.
Turangi and Twizel share many similarities but where one town is starting to thrive the other is in still struggling to forge its identity.
The Waikato's best young farmer comes from the Reporoa, last weekend's competition showed.
Two junior dart players have put Mangakino on the map after taking the top two places at a darts tournament.
New floodlights for Crown Park has been a big boost for football players, but has made the Rugby League squad feel, literally, left in the dark.