5:56 PM Person with disease may have been exposed near a McDonald's restaurant.
Fire, police and ambulance were called to The Point on Wednesday morning.
Alcohol and a disagreement with her dad saw a Morrinsville woman knock him out with a garden implement.
For some partners, getting the money back for their semi-autos is the first time they've known how much their other half had spent.
It's been labelled a "snake-oil cancer cure" by experts and the doctor behind it has been struck off but Te Kiri Gold is still available.
Matamata iwi are having their say on the names of new streets in their town.
Accidental slam leaves staff cleaning up the mess at a Ohaupo Rd dairy.
A person is in serious condition after a vehicle rolled on State Highway 3, 1km south of Otorohanga Tuesday night.
The Te Arikinui Pullman Auckland Airport Hotel is the iwi's second at the airport and is set for completion by 2022.
Troy Mudford pursued and beat a couple after first racially abusing them.
Waikato DHB's review says numbers should drop, the union has a different view.
The rāhui is in place from Huka Falls to Atiamuri.
Police still want to hear from anyone who has any information about Stian Solberg or his whereabouts.
Outgoing cop calls on towns to take a stand against drug pushers in their communities.
Lover of the skies speechless after receiving international accolade.
The cost of throwing a party just got a lot more expensive thanks to a helium shortage.
A drug dealer died in the back of a car, now the person who owned it is a key witness in the case.
Government is considering requiring energy-efficiency ratings for the many buildings it leases.
Two hotels in Auckland and one in Christchurch are being bought to help pay for pensions in the future.
The Government is proposing people building a new house or doing a significant reno have to buy insurance to cover problems and defects.
The under utilised hall near Thames is looking for a new story to tell.
Game entrepreneurs smash fundraising target and prepare for the launch of Tākaro.
Waikato man becomes first internationally certified Māori taekwondo referee.
Waikato say no to Zac Guildford but former All Black is happy in Hamilton after struggling in France.
Otago recover from awful first half to retain the Ranfurly Shield after Thames Valley run them mighty close.
The Chiefs had a rollercoaster season, ending at the quarterfinals for the second year in a row.
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The simple act of ordering a coffee in te reo is what's needed to bring the language into the lives of more Kiwis.
A school that had no dress or piupiu has started from the bottom to clinch success.
Steve and Val Horne signed up to buy their 55 sqm home within an hour of first viewing it.
Naan is a simple flatbread of flour, yeast, water and salt made throughout the Middle East, India and beyond.
Coromandel residents said a bus service connected to main centres was a social necessity.
New playgrounds in Hamilton are proving a boon for the community in more ways than one.
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