4:04 PM Seven of the 10 street artists at theTaupō festival this year are women.
Police have released images of one of the suspected robbers of a Belgian hitchhiker.
3:13 PM Labour Day Weekend is the perfect time to get your vege patch set for summer.
Armed pair each wore a balaclava and a hoodie. They escaped in a waiting car driven by a third person.
Obsessive compulsive disorder ... some cats can get it, too - especially the smart ones.
You can recognise them from the gang-like patch, and the fact they're doing wheelies in traffic.
The tourism industry is fairly relaxed about the change of Government, but remains nervous about any cuts in temporary migrant labour and will continue to push for more infrastructure funding.
Annual net migration has taken a dip while tourism continues to grow.
I know what it's like to have a boss that picks on you, or constantly tells you that you're useless or, even sexually harasses you.
Hamilton and Waikato Tourism looking to establish a regional brand for the Waikato.
Waiting for a tenant doesn't work any more, Hamilton commercial real estate leader says.
He's part of New Zealand racing history and this Australian jockey believes another Kiwi star can deliver at Caulfield.
Battling for fast bowling firepower, Northern Districts come to Canterbury's aid.
Hamilton Raiders baseball team gets some key additions ahead of Auckland club season.
The Waikato women's rugby team have a point to prove against Canterbury in their semifinal.
After finishing ninth in their first national league campaign, Hamilton Wanderers will be looking to move up the ladder second time around.
OPINION: Helping Hamilton's homeless into homes and saving elephants in Thailand - two special projects instigated by people who refuse to give up.
OPINION: We’ve just gone through the most exciting election in years yet the silence from Waikato University has been deafening.
OPINION: Richard Swainson proposes a new cultural criteria for determining city status.
OPINION: Sexual harassment of men is one of the great, untold stories of our time, writes Narelle Henson.
OPINION: If your body is treated as a mere, grabbable thing, what are you?
Labour Day Weekend is the perfect time to get your vege patch set for summer.
The girl from Morrinsville, who once worked at the local chippie, will be our second youngest PM.
When Roy Woolerton decided to build a catamaran, life got in the way. Sixteen years later - aged 80 - he's ready for adventure.
Before you know it, The Great Pumpkin Carnival will be right around the corner.
A Wintec student's first solo show unites years of work with aesthetic discovery.
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Art and other taonga open to view