A rugby league 13 made up of players who have played in the Waikato as well as in the NRL.
The Waikato has put forward a multimillion-dollar list of projects to boost the economy.
Rugby players who have played in Te Awamutu and internationally, past and present.
Walking to Pak'nSave barefoot one day inspired Alton Melville to run a marathon barefoot.
Lockdown has meant Te Awamutu Community Health Transport Trust cannot use their new van.
A bit of kindness was shown in Ōhaupō with hundreds of mushrooms donated to a food cart
Te Awamutu woman with genetic kidney disease inspires life-saving donation to a stranger.
Former Constable Stan Williams lived in the Kihikihi Police house over 50 years ago.
NZRA wants to honour veterans by making sure that their graves are clean and visible.
Owner of Te Awamutu's Regent Theatre has served over 50 years as a movie exhibitor.
Megan Stanbridge spent four weeks in Nepal helping build an orphanage.
Forty years on from Erebus - the impact it had on one family and the memories that remain.
After a public open day on February 15 the new Huntly bypass opens to traffic.
Within three years motorists will be able to drive 200km by motorway on SH1.
Jobs on the line as major transport projects wind down, says contracting boss.
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Bunnings also negotiated with landlords to cut its rent
Select number of Waikato dairy farms testing cow collars to keep an eye on their herds.
Rukumoana Farms wins top regional spot at Taranaki Ballance Farm Environment Awards.
Farmers in some parts of Bay of Plenty are starting to feel the strain of the dry weather.
Streamcare Group and agencies working to control invasive weed with help of public.
Kiwi research has found the temperature of a sheep's eye is linked to its stress level.
Water storage does not need to be labelled an atrocity, argues Fletcher Tabuteau.
Long weekend of Queen's Birthday provides another opportunity to get into the garden.
Wastewater engineer says planned wetland would attract wildlife, restore mauri of water.