The 11 year old is the youngest exhibitor at the Model Railway Exhibition at Hamilton Gardens.
The $1.8 million underpass caters for walkers, runners, mobility scooters and cyclists.
Labour Day Weekend is the perfect time to get your vege patch set for summer.
The girl from Morrinsville, who once worked at the local chippie, will be our second youngest PM.
When Roy Woolerton decided to build a catamaran, life got in the way. Sixteen years later - aged 80 - he's ready for adventure.
Before you know it, The Great Pumpkin Carnival will be right around the corner.
A Wintec student's first solo show unites years of work with aesthetic discovery.
Crowds of people dressed in pink will flood Hamilton's Lake Rotoroa on Thursday for the annual Pink Walk.
Health Hub succeeds in putting the spotlight on rural health at Fieldays.
From scones to squid, panna cotta to pulled pork rolls, Denise Irvine has some recommendations for you.
If our language and our protocols are taught to our tamariki, our people will thrive.
Honeybee lover Emma Pike is one of 10 finalists for the annual Miss Pinup NZ competition.
Punnet Cafe in Tamahere reflects its wealthy, country neighbours. But don't dismiss the decadent plates.
It's never been easier to eat well and support fellow Hamilton locals, with plenty of hot spots owned and operated by clever people who call the city home.
Woman comes up with special way to help others who've gone through a miscarriage.
The last few generations have just been leaving us a mess to clean up and I think it's time to start trying to do something about it.
The forecast is for sun, so get out and enjoy the springtime weather.
Cambridge Town Hall is undergoing a feasibility study on how maximise its use.
OPINION: His story of becoming homeless in Hamilton struck a chord with Kiwis.
After a sobering visit to the newly restored Rangiriri Pā, Denise Irvine is heartened by an old-fashioned pub lunch.
Parents have busy lives, but one Matamata mother proves career, sport and parenting can co-exist.
An inaugural event will celebrate youth who are making a positive impact in the Matamata-Piako district.
Neighbourhood gardens around the country are spurring community meals.
A Waikato woman leased her horse out for breeding but it was accidentally killed in a euthanisation mix up.
It's like having the bloody Waikato River in your backyard.
The intricate bracelet features 10 regal-looking goblets made from 9 carat white gold.
Two US county administrators are heading home with a suitcase of ideas from Waipa.
Waikato team finished top of the leader board at the Perth tournament.
Reporter Mike Bain joined 70-plus elderly people for the Global Walk.
New to the 2018 competition, there will be a People's Choice Award.