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As a child did you ever dream of picking up a guitar and forming a band with your brothers? Laurence, 12, Sam, 10, and Nate, 7, Frangos-Rhodes are living your dream. The band of brothers from Tauwhare formed Rhode Workz a year ago and have been
A recent survey carried out by realestate.co.nz and Homestar showed that the most preferred style of home among more than 5,000 Kiwis was a modern design, built in the 80s or later. It also found that the number of people wanting a brand new home had
Auckland [ change ] Thunder Max 26° Min 15° Hamilton woman stabbed in back NZ Newswire December 16, 2013, 7:13 am A Hamilton woman has been stabbed in the back in what police believe is a domestic violence attack. The woman was hospitalised with the
Thousands of vehicles that currently bustle down State Highway 1 and through the town will suddenly disappear as the ribbon is cut today on the $200 million Ngaruawahia section of the Waikato Expressway. The 12.3-kilometre road stretches from Taupiri
Waikato rugby supporters are not happy with the addition of Taranaki to the Chiefs catchment, concerned the deal will take games away from core supporters. It comes after an announcement on Tuesday that Taranaki has joined the Chiefs franchise, and
Waikato District Health Board (DHB) management met members of parliament and community representatives from the Waipa District Council, around what would be discussed at next week's Community Health Forums about Rhoda Read and Matariki maternity
Manager, said Forgotten World Adventures was an innovative operation that had a thorough understanding of its market. "A key issue for any new business is to really understand its target market. Forgotten World Adventures has a very different tourism
The positive identification was announced on Friday morning. "A post-mortem examination conducted since the recovery has indicated there are no suspicious circumstances in relation to Mr Arber's death and the matter has been reported to the coroner,"
As first days on the job go, Hamilton bus driver Marino Stoof's was eventful. The 54-year-old rookie driver had stopped to pick up passengers at Heaphy Tce, in Fairfield, on October 11. A couple tried to board but found they did not have enough money.
Heavy rain has been a blessing for those working the land but a burden for emergency services across the Waikato region this week. Firefighters rescued a woman after her car was trapped in rising floodwaters near Whitianga yesterday. Rain flooded the