5:55 PM Skine Lalich was cooking a pork and lamb roast when the barbecue exploded, burning his face and arms. "It just went - boof."
Two of them 'could be from tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars to fix'.
Police struggle to find new information in murder investigation.
The 60-year-old had been pulled from a ute which disappeared beneath the surface of the Waikato River.
Petrol station staff resort to parking car in front of doors to stop ram raiders.
Billions of dollars' worth of roads will not help ease congestion - but rail will, Labour says.
6:58 PM People can be fined for keeping a wallaby as a pet.
6:34 PM Hakopa Ngoronoa, 26, and his friend Vincent Taumira, 21, have been missing in Tongariro National Park since Saturday, August 12.
Booming motorhome rentals at home and abroad have contributed to Tourism Holdings Ltd's record $30m annual profit.
If Jacinda Ardern wants to do something for her hometown, this is it.
Judges praise businesses for their focus on customer satisfaction.
Four Hamilton stores nominated for Retail NZ's Top Shop awards share their secrets.
The auction of a four-bedroom Hamilton house will help a charity find role models for boys with no dads.
Yardarm returns home as one of Great Northern Hurdles favourites.
Ariana Cable-Dixon is returning to the Waikato-BOP Magic in 2018, and this time she's contracted from the start.
Horse racing was a great passion for Sir Colin Meads. On Wednesday one of his horses gave him a final win.
Former All Black and television personality head fundraiser for injured rugby player.
A 16-year-old powerlifter says it's important to know strength and size are not the same thing.
OPINION: If there's a time and place for inappropriate language, a council meeting is not it.
OPINION: It's difficult to fathom how a CEO of a small city is paid almost as much as the prime minister.
OPINION: In my day there was no need for barriers. Local schools were our patch, and we looked after them.
OBITUARY: Jeff Coulshed was huge for women's football, especially in the Waikato.
OPINION: In the end, it all boils down to dollars and cents.
Skine Lalich was cooking a pork and lamb roast when the barbecue exploded, burning his face and arms. "It just went - boof."
'You just have to make time and do something you love.'
What makes Ann put her hand up for Daffodil Day year after year?
Lapel daffodils have been taking on a whole new look in Matamata thanks to a dedicated group of knitters.
What is the connection between activist Elsie Locke, a Moa and a Matamata Intermediate student?
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