Amended road safety measures for busy state highway.
Candidates for the Waikato electorate reflect on their campaigns.
Morrinsville traffic lights cost out by $105,000.
People over the age of 50 should not put vision problems down to growing old.
Check out what the Waikato has to offer this weekend.
A burger and beer is a meal in itself, and now the search is on to find the perfect pairing. Denise Irvine checks out one of the contestants.
Opinion: Lip-smackingly delicious, packed full of exciting, vibrant and racy citrus flavours.
The quartet are on the road to 14 theaters across NZ, where they expect to meet a lot of aunties.
The cafe located next to Anglesea Clinic was full of mystery and lovely old ladies.
The 80th birthday celebrations of Te Omeka Marae will see the return of a farm machinery icon.
At Jennifer Taylor's 20-week pregnancy scan, she received news no parent ever wants to hear.
Centenary of Māori parliament a timely reminder of the political past.
Reporter Mike Bain takes a lunch time break - with Winston Peters.
Kingi Tuheitia's influence over his people will be tested on election day.
What are our community leaders looking for in the next government?
It's "achievement unlocked" for the young Cambridge singer with the soaring voice.
Dr Greg Dunn loves acting, but the Matamata GP is more passionate about his patients and registrars.
A project aims to provide fruit for the community.
Vinyl collectors say records are not just for old music.
An open day on electric cars is informative and, perhaps surprisingly, thrilling.
Homeschool Dramatix have been putting on shows for the past six years.
For Te Kōpuku High School students, Māori language isn't just a one-week thing.
Caitlyn Barrell hasn't heard from her father in eight years. His brothers and sisters haven't heard from him in 15.
Foods many of us indulge in, Dr Libby has never touched.
Forget cards, wrapped presents, Sue Delarue plans to climb a mountain for her birthday.
Too many Kiwis are living with potential rabies after receiving poor treatment of animal bites, travel doctors say.
People will walk around the Cambridge racetrack in support of senior citizens.
Almost $15,000 has been raised by Cambridge for Daffodil Day.
Women in Cambridge have created a quilt to signify 100 years since World War I.
A primary school teacher believes a cultural shift has helped te reo become more accepted in schools.