A miniature marae built from matchsticks has piqued the interest of museum officials.
Town has no clear strategy to resolve parking problems.
The scheme would cost $100,000 per year, co-funded by Waipa and NZTA.
Cambridge La Leche League is hosting their annual Big Latch On.
Museum marks New Zealand's part in liberation of Le Quesnoy.
Waikato hip hop artist Diaz Grimm has released his long awaited single, Foreigners.
What happens when we use up the Earth's resources for the year?
Reporter Emma James was taught how to make beeswax wraps, an alternative to single-use plastics, for our Reporter Challenge series.
The Waikato town has a new logo, but the single colourful capital letter has left some people unimpressed.
Opinion: When should one enjoy a glass of bubbles?
An international hip hop dancer is on the hunt for three Cambridge dance crews.
A strategy to protect what makes Cambridge while the town continually expands.
Cycling champion pedals in the inaugural Pedat4Prostate event at Hampton Downs Motor Sport Park.
Women told to 'suck it up, put on your big girl pants and get out there' walking.
A resurrection of sorts for the Cambridge Floating Cross on the Lake Te Koo Utu Domain.
Could this be the leading platform for Kiwis to find tradespeople?
Student cracks school's 48-year shot put record.
Waikato's Sandro Thiara Mota placed 5th at Mr Universe in Brazil.
Two lucky teenagers will have the opportunity to board the Spirit of Adventure.
There will be 14,000 more people living in Cambridge by 2050.
The best in junior rugby contest the 2017 Gwynne Shield in Cambridge.
Baby boomers are selling up, gaining equity, and moving to retirement villages.
Cambridge BMX star aims for 2014 Olympic Games.
You can tell a lot by the smell of a town.
More than 2000 plants added to Waikato River banks.
I've always thought that knitters, quilters, and other crafty people were extremely talented.
Cambridge mum is putting the final touches to a school holiday show.
Waipa property owners should check their property's plumbing.
More than 12,000 New Zealand soldiers lost their lives on the Western Front in World War I.
A joinery company started four decades ago continues to grow and win awards.