It's less about age and more about how much you may have thrashed your body.
Lots of people - some who arrived on buses - were turned away after tickets sold fast.
It's rich, raw, creamy white milk, and it's torn the nation in two.
This small-batch pasta maker is focused on nailing his ravioli, every time.
The fear of being found out was always in the back of the mind of a family which hid others during World War II.
Certainly the harder you make it for criminals, the less crime.
Population increase means there has to be one more councillor and community board member.
Gorge on home-made dumplings and bask in blooming cherry trees on your days off.
Dorothy Margaret (Dollie) Swarbrick
Seventy years ago, Cambridge was in a frenzy getting ready for George VI's visit.
Waikato has more than its fair share of historic pubs. This one's in Paeroa.
A reader from Matamata compliments Perry Rice, so he returns the favour with a historic shot of the town.
Children speaking te reo at school motivates grandparents to learn the language too.
The Matamata-Piako district is the amoung the last six districts to go smokefree in parks.
Council will invest $240,000 in a video monitoring system for Cambridge and Te Awamutu.
It's just not cool to litter the environment any more.
The screening rates amongst women in the Waikato is the lowest in the country.
Arts reviewer Sam Edwards has stern words for arts organisations and praise for musicians.
The Waharoa tennis club could be the council's next playground.
The Matamata-Piako District Council is looking to upgrade its three event centers.
Historically, adventurous passers-by snuck down the manor's 125m drive to take photos of the 40 cherry trees.
Pirongia not-for-profit provides help for maths students from lower socio-economic backgrounds.
San Francis estimates she's created over 250 paintings over her lifetime.
Tapering strategies may improve competition performance by about 3 per cent.
Elizabeth Ann Boyden was pregnant with her ninth child when she signed the suffrage petition in 1893.
The Wooden Farmer in Putāruru has a cabinet of home-baked goodies, and quirky light-fittings made from milking cups.
Charles Riddle tells the life story of a famed actor and sign-language illustrator who has died of cancer.
Around 100 traps in the backyards of the Waikato town have put an end to around 300 rats.
Scope out some bats or build a motel for a wētā this weekend.
The governance committee for the planned Waipā discovery centre has agreed it should be named Te Ara Wai.