Hamilton is full and those seeking emergency housing are struggling for a place to go.
7:34 AM Small twister throws a schoolboy in the air and buckles a shed.
A hectic weekend at Waikato Hospital has staff urging people to think twice before seeking emergency care.
Paeroa Domain users are busting to get their public loos reopened.
Rotorua Police believe gang associates were involved, and are asking for information.
Reports of a mini-tornado in the Piakoiti Road, Richmond Downs area.
We'll be able to jump on any bus, train or ferry in the country and pay by phone or bank card.
Police need more information and want to talk to a man photographed walking his dog at the time.
Hydro stations on the Waikato River in need of TLC.
The woman thought she was transferring a home deposit to her real estate agent. She was wrong.
Hamilton property guru predicts the median house price will rise to $600,000 by the end of the year.
Forty per cent of aggregate from the Whitehall quarry, Cambridge goes to Tauranga
Postal service needs more branches in Hamilton.
There's more than meets the eye in the racing industry, female jockey says.
The Flying Mullets managed to edge past former premiership leaders at the weekend.
Joelle King and Paul Coll cruise to national squash titles with straight sets wins.
Central Pulse beat Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic for the third time in 2018.
A Sarah Ulmer speech and a derogatory comment from a coach spurred Suzie Bates to the top of her sport.
OPINION: Plans to charge visitors a $35 tourist tax seem a sensible approach.
OPINION: Jacinda struggles to calm the farm as ministers keep stepping in cowpats.
OPINION: Gen X has found a welcome voice in Wellington's te reo policy.
OPINION: We had a good dental system once, so why can't we get back to a nation of gleaming teeth?
OPINION: These days the University of Waikato academic needs to be all things to all people.
Rejoice beer lovers, the greatest beer fest in the world in coming to New Zealand.
Waharoa is set to get a new playground with council signing off financial support for one.
Pottery class at Hamilton Boys' High School wraps up after 38 years.
Some made his tongue numb. Others tasted like acid. One resembled lemongrass and kaffir lime.
A change to food destined for the landfill will soon be available to be redistributed in Cambridge soon.
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