Our supposed healthy choices might not always be as good for us as we think.
Waikato man Roger McLay will wield an instrument he crafted at a Hamilton music festival this weekend.
Plans to erect a 15m cell tower in Tairua have neighbours believing technology now outweighs their health.
Nearly 500 mammalian pests near Ōhaupō have been eliminated.
A designer for the $2.6m discovery centre in Te Awamutu has been confirmed.
A door-to-door helicopter service and luxury lodges show another side to the redbands-and-swannies event.
Sophie Beck's mushroom crepe at Punnet uses three types of 'shrooms.
Gourmet toast, reggae and textiles are on the cards this weekend.
Morgan Hands said hailing from the Hauraki District was a point of difference during the pageant.
Ballet tends to attract 'perfectionist and theatrical personalities' and the Woolf sisters fit the bill.
The chime of birdsong is resplendent on Mt Pirongia, and soon kōkako will make up more of it.
Cambridge Tree Trust gave away free trees to supporters.
Coromandel teen headed to university that's educated seven of the past eight French presidents.
The dish celebrates the strawberries the cafe is named for.
Plenty to do in rain or shine this weekend in Waikato.
The museum is making its collection available online.
An equestrian academy is hoping to nab council land that has sat unused for 19 years.
'Typical Kiwi bloke' takes up not so typical craft following near fatal farming incident.
The name fits and its sister town's embrace of sexual diversity has brought tourism dollars - could a big gay rainbow shine on Te Aroha?
She went from flat lining on a surgical hospital bed to being able to walk 8km post surgery.
Another wad of cash will be thrown at Cambridge Museum, but there's a worry it's becoming 'burdensome'.
Lots of ways to celebrate with your mum in Waikato this weekend.
More than 60 creators of "labour of love" publications will gather at the Meteor Theatre this weekend.
Hans-Leo Peters hopes his design will come to life in time for the next transit of Mercury.
A school that sits along the country's 14th worst road corridor is pleased work has been done to increase safety.
This award-winning holiday home makes the most of the great outdoors.
Brotherhood and benevolence are the keys to Freemasonry, Master says.
Cancer forces volunteer firefighter to hang up his helmet – but not before being awarded the highest honour a volunteer can receive.
The million-dollar playground in Hamilton features a scooter track, social swings and sensory play.
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