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Tairua skate park nears funding goal after 30 year wait
Tairua is getting its skate park after a 30 year wait.
Matamata-Piako district council proposes 11.8 per cent rates increase
Existing ratepayers would fund 10.3 per cent of the total rates increase.
Future of Founders Theatre bleak despite late heritage move
Council voted to demolish Founders Theatre, replacing it with a multipurpose park.
Celebration for K'aute Pasifika for Pan Pasifika Hub
The Pan Pasifika Hub will be built next year.
Celebration event of unity for Pasifika community with celebration for new hub
The centre will include an integrated health centre, an early childhood learning facility
Disability advocate nominated for community champion award
Young was nominated for his disability advocacy work.
Concrete 3D printers could be key to solving growing housing crisis
3D Printing could be saviour to New Zealand's housing market.
Waikato and Coromandel hit by a spate of illegal dumping
The threat from Thames-Coromandel council comes after a spree of dumping in Waipa.
Hamilton Wanderers go top with 2-0 win over Auckland City
Wanderers notched their first victory over the Auckland side to break a four-year hoodoo.
Sailing trust helping build communication skills for youth
Mayne said the experience helped build communication skills for students.
Hamilton City Council looks to future proof Rotokauri
Councillor Mark Bunting said future planning is what council is here to do.
Waikato home buyers frustrated amidst competitive housing market
Lodge Real Estate Managing Director Jeremy O'Rourke says many buyers are being frustrated.
Tokoroa couple rewarded for helping local youth community
A Tokoroa couple is running a project to provide a support network for local youth.
Sacred Heart Girls college opens new learning block
On Thursday the officially opened their new $5 million learning block
Coalmine project to turn Huntly into tourism destination
A former coalmine project will transform Huntly into a tourism destination.
Special Te Huia train trip in January to promote new commuter service
A weekend charter service using Te Huia rail carriages will operate in January.
Hamilton water taxi service moves closer to reality
The water taxi could be running by early next year.
Hamiltonian eyeing up overseas esport opportunities
After the disestablishment of the Oceania League scene, players must now go abroad.
Whirlwind opening days to life as MP for Hamilton's newly elected members
Labour MPs Jamie Strange and Gaurav Sharma have won over Hamilton.
Originair launches new route between Hamilton and Palmerston North
The first of Originair new regional flights arrived in Hamilton on Monday.
Sky Garden tower could be missing X-factor for Hamilton tourism
The timber Sky Garden tower could be over 100 metres high.
Waikato voters set to take part in two referendums
The two referendums could be a defining moment in New Zealand's history.
Two millionth tree planted at Raglan restoration project
Whaingaroa Harbour Care's early work began at Wainui Reserve
Act Party on track to have Waikato list candidate in Parliament
McDowell is focusing on raise the awareness for Act rather than his own electorate.
Taranaki King Country benefiting from National leadership
The electorate's current MP said the electorate has benefited hugely from National.
Hamilton landmarks to light up for awareness campaigns
The city will light up both red and pink over the next month for awareness campaigns.
Life Unlimited unveils new book Life in a Pandemic
The book provides an insight into the 2020 lockdown for those with disabilities.
Hamilton East Green party candidate standing for diverse communities
Rimu Bhooi is looking for better representation in the community.
Prime Minister receives rock star welcome to Hamilton
The Labour Party leader arrived in Hamilton for her election campaign.
Waikato region back to business as usual in alert level 1
Moving between Covid-19 alert levels is part of the new normal for the Waikato region.
Pan Pasifika Community Hub a step closer to reality
The hub is also intended to breathe life into a large part of the city's West Town Belt.
Taupō candidates eye boost for infrastructure in region
The Taupō candidates are eyeing up more infrastructure for the electorate.
International flights on the horizon for Hamilton Airport
Hamilton Airport is eyeing up the return of international flights.
Alternative travel routes key to connecting Waikato
Originair will operate regional air travel service between Hamilton and Palmerston North
Shovel ready projects announcement no where to be seen
A majority of shovel ready project for the Waikato have yet to be announced.
Te Huia carriages arrive in Hamilton before service launch
The Te Huia commuter rail service carriages arrived in Hamilton on Saturday.
Cambridge pool delays means lack of swim space for summer
Hamilton councillor is calling the lack of swim space in the region a disappointment.
Hamilton to Auckland commuter rail service hit with delays
The Hamilton to Auckland commuter rail service has been delayed again.
Successful rollout for Hamilton's new kerbside collection
Hamilton's new kerbside collection service began on Monday.
Rapid rail to transform Hamilton to Auckland corridor
The Government released an initial rapid rail business case between Hamilton and Auckland
Regions farmers still feeling impact of summer drought
Adam said the Ministry for Primary Industries responded to a plea for help.
Campaigning on hold in Waikato as election rescheduled
Campaigning is on hold in the Waikato with the election date pushed back.
Hamilton City Council unable to recycle certain plastics under new service
Hamilton City Council will be unable to recycle certain grades of plastics.
Waikato and Coromandel prepare for heightened alert levels
Hamilton mayor Paula Southgate is encouraging residents to simply do what's right.
Environment and health key concerns for Grey Power
Hamilton's labour candidates met with members of Grey Power.