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Local in the running to become NZ Woman of Influence
Carla McNeil is being recognised for her work to help children with learning differences.
Covid-19: 90 per cent is the target, where are we at?
A new framework to manage Covid-19 will come into play with better vaccination rates.
Covid 19: Top vaccination rates in region for Waipā
Nearly 70 per cent of Waipā's eligible population is fully vaccinated.
Charities fundraiser to contribute to eradicating poverty
A Loving Arms fundraiser will coincide with International Day of Eradicating Poverty.
Te Awamutu Toy Library needs help from the community
Just two people are left on the Te Awamutu Toy Library committee.
The first Te Awamutu Taste Trail gets under way next month
Three of Te Awamutu's eateries are the founding participants of the culinary event.
Lockdown Heroes: Young siblings tidy up Waikato road
Corban and Charlotte Mitchell used some of their lockdown time to collect rubbish
Covid-19: Local businesses gear up to get back to business
Under alert level 3 some businesses can begin operating again, these are some of them.
Covid-19: The impacts of lockdown on local small businesses
Small business owners have yet again had to shut their doors to customers.
Life Education Trust receives donation from local business
Local business gives generous donation to Waipā King Country Life Education Trust auction
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Petch through to the semifinals
Te Awamutu's Rebecca Petch was outstanding today in her quarter-final races in Tokyo.
Bowel cancer patient urges people to get off their butts
Graeme Muir wants people to realise the seriousness of bowel cancer in New Zealand.
Local pharmacy wins top award at primary health sector awards
Sanders Pharmacy were recognised for their Covid-19 response.
Kihikihi man played polo against Duke of Edinburgh
In 1956, Kihikihi man Tony Kay in played the first Gold Cup - and so did Prince Philip.
Local country schools spoilt by the Trek Fundraiser team
In its 31 years, the Trek Fundraiser has donated over $14 million to Kiwi kids.
Regional councillors plea for support of Māori wards
Tipa Mahuta gave a strong speech in support of Maori wards at a recent council meeting.
Lockdown layoff a blessing in disguise for business newbie
Courtney Allen started her own gardening business after she was laid off due to Covid-19.
Review: Six60 put on a mighty final show in Hamilton
Hamilton was the last stop on the Six60 Saturdays tour.
Chris Mac of Six60 shares his favourite Hamilton spots ahead of concert
Six60 will be the first to headline and perform at Claudelands Oval.
Ministry of Education preparing Ōhaupō School for predicted roll growth
The new block includes two classrooms, withdraw spaces and a kitchen.
Osteoporosis prevention technology now available locally
The DEXA bone density scanner is a low radiation machine that measures bone density.
Māori cuisine enjoyed by thousands at Kawhia kai festival
Around 5000 people headed out to for the Kāwhia Kai Festival.
Denied, denied, denied: Wesley Jones has not seen his wife and daughter for over a year
Wesley Jones has made 24 visa applications in efforts to get his family here.
National Party MP Barbara Kuriger calls for justice
National MP hopes prison rioters get justice.
Holiday spirit high in Kāwhia with the town's first ever Christmas Parade
There were nine floats in the first ever Kāwhia Christmas Parade this week.
Two in custody following incident near Waikeria Prison
Armed Offenders Squad seen on Waikeria Rd.