1:49 PM When his mate didn't answer the phone, he went looking and found him in the river.
1:29 PM They came for a weekend away but couldn't get home.
Pair armed with knife tried their luck at a dairy but fled empty-handed through mist.
Roads in north Hamilton suburb closed on Sunday while cops negotiated with wanted person.
Someone left an old bomb on the station steps and the police response was typical Kiwi.
A 21-year-old man has been rescued following a cold, wet night on Mt Ruapehu.
1:28 PM Sunset Beach Lifeguard Service punches above its weight to claim Club of the Year title.
When the siren rang, David Horrox bolt out of school to fight fires. Forty years on, he's still doing it.
The site wasn't good enough to bury people in 14 years ago, but now 200 homes are planned for it.
"You can't touch, see and feel online. You can in your local bookstore," Paper Plus chief executive says.
The High Court says bankrupt developer Hamish Clarke was "fundamentally ignorant" of directors' duties.
Uber is ruffling feathers again as it muscles into the market with a Westpac discount scheme.
He was suppose to harvest his 25-year-old trees at Christmas. But the storm felled the pines for him.
Many of the players didn't know what lacrosse was three years ago. Now they're in the rep team.
The exuberance of wanting to run from anywhere is admirable, but some solid exit plays would do just fine for Colin Cooper.
Two games a week schedule doesn't faze EPL's All Whites forward.
Sam Sinclair thought her netball world had come crashing down. Then a text from an All Blacks coaching legend provided hope.
No option but playing the trump cards now, as quarterfinal matchup pits tasty rematch.
OPINION: The past few weeks have been fun, but we need song and dance too.
OPINION: Thanks to social media, free speech is everywhere. That's not necessarily good.
Is your rates money being spent wisely? A new group aims to tackle this question, spokesman Andrew Bydder writes.
Opinion: Richard Swainson wants to know why the Meteor car park has so many reserved spaces.
Opinion: Those who fail to act on abuse are also responsible for the mistreatment of the vulnerable, Tom O'Connor writes.
It's Shakespeare like you've never seen him.
Include a day off in your training programme, for recovery.
We've seen a lot of changes in our library since it moved to Wilson Street in 1998.
The gruelling 1349 steps were once a place to play, gather food and give birth, a new app will tell you.
Observe "amorous" rabbits or get computer savvy this weekend.
View marriage and birth notices from around the region
View obituaries from around the region
The easy way to put your Waikato Times delivery on hold or report a missed or damaged paper
In the market for a car
Art and other taonga open to view