Western world showed "high level of arrogance" in response to outbreak
Waihi community shares in achievement of Benny Jones
It's time we take people out of the cities and bring them back again: Haere Mikaere
Seaweed replaces petroleum based polymers in gels for burn wound dressings, drug delivery
Bigger boats, utes, trailers, pressure rapidly growing with development of Whitianga
Coromandel based owners hope kiwis support little guys as Covid-19 grant helps big players
Councillors debate what to tell the public about approving or not approving mayor signing.
Treasury houses important archive of community newspapers now including Waihi Leader
Police are investigating the cause of death of a 63yo woman who died in Waihī fire
Alter egos come out to parade as steampunkers paint the town of Thames red in festival
An artist has gained an income stream and therapy through charcoal realism.
A Vietnam veteran shunned on returning from war was moved by students' thank-you gesture.
Residents turn out to demonstrate wish for tsunami sirens to be upgraded on Coromandel.
Board of trustees called on to persuade teacher not to resign.
Opoutere artist finds space for creative flow and showcases in Whangamata Easter Art Trail
Repco Beach Hop 21 began yesterday and runs until Sunday, with a record 1000 participants.
Volunteering from willing hunters, hikers and pet lovers of Pauanui and Tairua finds pups.
Barrier installed after gentle but persistent lobbying over years by Kopuarahi School
The dog daycare and grooming firm was prepared but is already reviewing plans to improve.
Shayne Johnson to run 74km over 48 hours to fundraise for Ronald McDonald House.
Eight guys pulled on a jersey to contest in the Over 60s at the NZ Surfing Nationals.
"This was our piece of paradise."
Noddy Watts: It sounds selfish but we got this country all to ourselves
Judge: Council's decision not to sign ''was not unreasonable', but it did not consult
Record turnouts continue as the Onemana Thunder Cruise roars at Repco Beach Hop.
Organisers do it all again in March after record turnouts, a few burnouts and rock n roll
Thousands rev into town for Beach Hop warm up party in Waihi.
Dog Charles doesn't associate sheep Graham with chasing sheep, says unlikely duo's owner.
Customers vulnerable to fraud won't be able to visit local bank Whangamata, Waihi, Coro.
Prices jump 10 per cent in a month as auction events see more than 80 people turning up.
Win spent long days at Takapuna Beach, says son Bruce, as his mum marks 100 years.
They tend to show up at the last minute and want to organise their own trips.
Former hospital orderly, gib stopper, chef, landscaper says arguing best done by lawyers.
Meeting will confirm community-fundraised hangar and accommodation won't lie empty
Paeroa potter immortalised with award in show at Waihi, featuring more than 20 potters
Project doubles to almost $2 million and still won't be finished before end of summer.
Twelve appliances, helicopter, police and ambulance at fire on outskirts of Whangamata
Waihi mourns motorcyclist Mike Bainbridge, who died in a crash near the town.