Te Awamutu's Rebecca Petch was outstanding today in her quarter-final races in Tokyo.
Graeme Muir wants people to realise the seriousness of bowel cancer in New Zealand.
Sanders Pharmacy were recognised for their Covid-19 response.
In 1956, Kihikihi man Tony Kay in played the first Gold Cup - and so did Prince Philip.
In its 31 years, the Trek Fundraiser has donated over $14 million to Kiwi kids.
Tipa Mahuta gave a strong speech in support of Maori wards at a recent council meeting.
Courtney Allen started her own gardening business after she was laid off due to Covid-19.
Hamilton was the last stop on the Six60 Saturdays tour.
Six60 will be the first to headline and perform at Claudelands Oval.
The new block includes two classrooms, withdraw spaces and a kitchen.
The DEXA bone density scanner is a low radiation machine that measures bone density.
Around 5000 people headed out to for the Kāwhia Kai Festival.
Wesley Jones has made 24 visa applications in efforts to get his family here.
National MP hopes prison rioters get justice.
There were nine floats in the first ever Kāwhia Christmas Parade this week.
Armed Offenders Squad seen on Waikeria Rd.
Skin Day and Beauty Spa's old location was hidden behind another business.
Of the 53 that attended the day at Mahoe Medical, 18 were classed as high needs.
Judith Collins attended a farmers' meeting in Te Mawhai to announce a health policy.
Pickle, Peach & Plum has been started by three sisters who all strive to be waste-free.