Dean Taylor is editor of the Te Awamutu Courier and Waikato Herald
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Taranaki-King Country MP returns to her VW roots with an electric twist
Taranaki-King Country MP Barbara Kuriger goes EV to get around her large electorate.
'Stubborn optimism': How the Raglan 'vibe' has helped this yoghurt company build success
Meet a Raglan entrepreneur bringing a surfie-speak vibe to her endeavours.
Success on the cards: Student inventor's hopes for new game
Liquidation is 17-year-old Jacob’s third company.
Guerilla Surgeon’s legacy continues: Te Awamutu College dairy farm to be sold
Bequeathed farm for sale by Te Awamutu College, but legacy continues.
Amateur rocketeers set new standards for Kiwi flights
Team Nike take Kiwi amateur rocketry to new heights.
Marae o Taarewaanga launch Ōrākau book and documentary
Attack on Ōrākau documented in book and documentary by descendants.
The students of Ōtorohanga College ensured their history would never be forgotten or repeated
Ōtorohanga College celebrates Ōrākau: E Whawhai Tonu Ana Tātou We Continue The Fight.
Going keto: Why we're sticking with low-carb lifestyle
OPINION: "We don't feel deprived and we enjoy good, tasty food."
Siblings use own experiences to push for whanau to get the jab
Polio victims sharing story to boost Kāwhia vaccination rates.
Three Sisters next book from Tattooist of Auschwitz author
Story of three sisters who survive Auschwitz about to hit the bookshelves.
Jailed for manslaughter as a teen, he's now the future of farming
Skills learnt in Waikeria Prison used to turn life around for Awhenua Trophy finalist.
Finn-fan looks back at 40+ years of a musical dynasty
Te Awamutu Courier editor nostalgic over 40th anniversary of True Colours album.
Kidney donor tried to help a friend but saved a stranger
Te Awamutu woman with genetic kidney disease inspires life-saving donation to a stranger.
What a blast! Countdown on for amateur rocket launch
"It really is rocket science," say team who built the NASA replica in a shed.
Multiple fire crews tackle large Te Awamutu rubbish blaze
Water tankers from other centres needed to help firefighters.