Some exhibitors drive trains by day and make train models by night.
Hayes Common bills itself as a "neighbourhood eatery". But it's much better than that.
Check out some graffiti in the works or plant some summer veges this weekend.
Scotty MacLachlan's deafness had cut him off from family and friends. Now, he's able to hear at his wedding.
Classic crafts are updated for the 21st century and transform this rural Waikato home into a happy, colourful place.
Tim Harris's pumpkin passion has literally grown to the point he now holds Southern Hemisphere records.
Opinion: Some cockies getting ahead of regulations have formed an incorporated society – King Country River Care.
Research published just last month proved that young female gymnasts have stronger bones.
When foodwriter Jan Bilton moved to Cambridge from Marlborough two and a half years ago, she was delighted by all the good things she found to eat. Now she's gathered them into a new book.
Five large cranes will be in Cambridge, including one weighing 400 tonnes.
This event is great because we're finding new uses for our waste, keeping material out of landfill.
Curl up with a book or try your hand at trout fishing for your days off.
The Hamilton City Libraries' annual calendar is now on sale at all library branches.
Heritage consultant Ann McEwan finds Thames' historic convent still stands.
In 19th century New Zealand, it was illegal for a widower to marry the sister of his wife. It didn't stop many from trying.
Historian Lyn Williams stumbles across the story of a Raglan eccentric, one of the first Pākehā settlers in the Waikato.
Flesh coloured tattoos mean those who have self-harmed or undergone surgery can feel normal again.
A father duo-daughter will be bringing both old school meals and raw vegan baking to MKR.
Robyn Wilson started working at Thames Hospital as a ward maid when she was 16-years-old and never left.
Specialists from the University of Waikato weigh in on the problems with Cambridge's Lake Te Kō Utu.
The highlight of Sam Edwards' week was a bit of magic onstage at the Meteor.
Cheryl Davies said cancer was a "rich man's game" but she's not done fighting yet.
Eion Kemp endured around 1000kms of mountains, deserts and river crossings.
It was a high school art class that inspired Heather Leonard to turn painting into her full time job.
The old graves of nuns, flu victims and babies all have a story to tell, Waikato historian Lyn Williams says.
Residents of Cambridge and other Waipā towns are being encouraged to have a digital say in town planning.
Dinner at The Chilli House was delicious, no-frills fun... exactly as we were expecting.
Bringing a date home? You can use your phone to switch on some romantic mood lighting on your way back. Learn about it at the home show this weekend at Claudelands.
A tumour left David Candy partially blind, but he doesn't let that hinder his love of art.
Cemeteries in the Waipā district will be brought under new regulations, including around eco-burials.