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The world's top professional darts players are in New Zealand for the fifth round of the World Series of Darts being held in Hamilton.
The days of stray cats roaming free and causing havoc in Hamilton are numbered with the launching of a $100,000 fund to desex and rehome them.
The government has come under harsh criticism at a hui in Hamilton called to help plan the terms of reference for a Māori independent inquiry into Oranga Tamariki. Audio
Three members of the family of the Australian man shot and killed near Raglan yesterday have attended today's court appearance of the man accused, to show that their brother is not forgotten.
A fast train service between Hamilton and Auckland that could complete the trip in half the current time is to be investigated by the government.
New Zealand's first urban growth agreement between central government, local councils and mana whenua has been signed to manage development in the area between Hamilton and Auckland.
The Waikato region has benefited from the Provincial Growth Fund by nearly $1.5 million which was announced today in Hamilton.
Residents living near a major Waikato intersection say it is like living in a war zone. Since March this year there have been 11 crashes, while their front fence has been hit at least 15 times in the…
As dairy giant Fonterra forecasts another big loss, farmers say it will hit them hard.
Waikato Hospital has put out a plea for only people with real emergencies to go to the emergency department, as the hospital copes with an influx of patients.
Bad winter cropping practices can leave animals unable to move or sleep freely, and can cause significant damage to the environment, groups say. Video
The jury in the trial of three people accused of playing a part in the death of a Ngāruawāhia man have been told to put aside any prejudice they may have towards gang members and drug dealers.
Seventy-five years after D-Day started the battle for Europe in World War Two, Kiwi veterans can still remember the chaos after the landings.
New Zealand Vietnam War veterans are calling for more help as they face health issues they say are related to their war service.
The first known dog to serve this country in war will be honoured at a ceremony at the National Army Museum in Waiouru today.
The Battles of Cassino in 1944 were the last significant fights involving New Zealanders in World War II and are being commemorated in Italy today.
A grandmother convicted of the manslaughter of her eight-month-old grandson has been told that while she is not a bad person, she's someone who has made very bad choices.
Vietnam War veterans are today being flown to a reunion in the same airforce C-130 Hercules they flew to Vietnam in 50 years ago.
Police say that while there's no specific threat to Anzac Day on Thursday, security will be tight.
More than a thousand New Zealanders and Australians are expected to attend this year's Anzac Day commemorations at Gallipoli in Turkey. As with previous years, security will be very tight.
An Auckland-based company has taken a 25 percent stake in a $1 billion project for a mixed use development in central Queenstown.
The ubiquitous barcode has hit middle age, celebrating 40-years next week since its introduction in this country.
Waikato University is taking a proactive approach to consent and sexual violence on its Hamilton campus, asking students to complete modules to understand healthy relationships.
A Rotorua resident wants there to be more help for people installing new wood burners so they comply with the city's new air quality regulations that take effect next year. Video
A Rotorua exterminator is battling through the biggest job of his career as he destroys a giant German wasp nest estimated to hold up to 1 million wasps.