I am disappointed the Waikato Times published the full-page piece by Shane Cowlishaw headlined "Deadly pursuits of fleeing drivers". It is not the pursuit that is deadly, it is the mindset of these drivers which can cost not only their own life, but that of others as well.
The emptiness of the House on 95 per cent of the sitting time is painful to watch.
I have been following with interest the Frankton Market stoush.
Lots of work is being done behind the scenes to bring domestic and international visitors to Hamilton Gardens.
I write in reference to your article, "Financial interests of councillors to be revealed" - This is fantastic news.
As a volunteer in the Information Centre, I am constantly surprised at the number of overseas visitors who pass through the Hamilton Gardens.
Why is it that every time I watch the Chiefs play on TV I only ever see the old WEL Networks stand?
Pregnancy is not a guarantee of a happy outcome, I am sorry to say.
Although a proclaimed unbeliever, Joshua Drummond shows an interest for various divinities I wish I could see among believers.
I object to the locking of the car park access gate at Lake Kainui, while duck shooting season is in progress.
Park plantings of trees shrubs in the grounds of University of Waikato are a valuable feature and a gem for Hamilton and Waikato.
A story that presents the Ministry of Education as showing a lack of empathy in its decision making is far from the truth.
Narelle Henson fails completely to indicate why complex and reasoned alternatives are, in fact, being proposed for our system of supplying power.
Quite predictably, the whingers have come out in force to bag Fonterra's light-proof, milk bottle innovation.
Good service really is alive and well in the Waikato, as one shopper was delighted to find out.
We are a nationwide charitable trust of hundreds of maternity consumers and their supporters, who believe that the current maternity service can be improved.
Hamilton City Council has no choice but to appear before the court because that is what Terry Forlong has issued, says Cr Angela O'Leary.
The solution to the Frankton markets v Forlongs Saturday trading debate seems fairly clear.
I have been very interested in the debate between Forlongs and the Frankton Market.
Ruakura residents who will be for the first time casting their votes at the October Hamilton City Council elections.