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Waikato's $2.875 billion plan for post-Covid 19 future
The Waikato has put forward a multimillion-dollar list of projects to boost the economy.
Remote working likely the future for many more companies
Before the Industrial Revolution, professions and trades would operate out of their homes.
Injured jockey's gritty drive to walk again, and then some
Vance says climbing a mountain is symbolic of her journey to be able to walk again.
Trying out Hamilton's new self-drive car share service
Self-drive option promoted as providing a cheaper alternative to using your own car.
Call to fix 'broken' local government electoral system
Hamilton council boss and candidate say the current system outdated and needs to change.
River of dreams: Water taxi plan floated for Waikato
Meet the man who wants to see Waikato River return to being a bustling transport route.
Traffic chaos concerns as part of busy Waikato expressway closes for six weeks
Commuters should expect delays during morning and evening peak traffic periods.
Waikato council candidate's nomination rejected as invalid
Huntly mum misses out on election chance after last-minute nomination ruled invalid.
Should Hamilton keep its system of Māori representation?
What do this year's council candidates think about whether the model should continue?
What's driving Huntly: The town that's fighting back
The future is bright for Huntly according to local residents.
What's wrong with Huntly? The NZ town fighting its reputation
What does the future hold for Huntly as the Waikato Expressway nears completion?
Outspoken Hamilton councillor apologises to Muslim community
Mayor says he has no doubt the councillor has 'learned a lot' in the past few days.
Dangerous footpaths being fixed after 28,000 faults found
Innovative survey scooters prove invaluable, covering 1000km of footpaths in a month.
Kiwi dream of owning home 'impossible', even in Hamilton
Former byelection candidate Deborah Fisher said the city needs more homes.
Trains for $40 a day between Hamilton and Auckland
The total trip time from Frankton would be 88 minutes.
Hamilton's 10-year plan signed off after 18-month debate
Hamilton's 10-year plan was given the final tick of approval, with rates rise of 9.7%.