May 4, 2018

Senior Constables Jay Ferguson and Winiata Leonard didn't get out as often as expected in summer.

Sun and safety are to blame for a failed attempt at forming a police bike patrol in Huntly.
Senior Constables Winiata Leonard and Jay Ferguson started the town's first bike...

April 24, 2018

Pupils from Taupiri School show off their camouflage net. From back left: Waikato District Council placemaking team member Betty Connolly, Mayor Allan Sanson, former pupil Mackenzie Butler, placemaking team member Lianne van den Bemd. Pupils from left: Poutu Cheyne, Ny...

April 22, 2018

Huntly Countdown checkout operator Judy Mahuta helped a customer with her grocery bill.

Manuella Andersen was waiting in line at the Huntly Countdown when she noticed the woman in front of her was tentatively putting items through the checkout.

"She was picking her groce...

April 13, 2018

Points replacement work has been done at the Ngaruawahia Rail Bridge. This is a safety measure used across KiwiRail's network.

Work is being done on the Ngāruawāhia Rail Bridge, as part of KiwiRail's ongoing efforts to deter vandalism and increase safety.

In March, an 11...

April 13, 2018

Edwin McKinnon his wife Lorraine Silbery-McKinnon and their son Lucas McKinnon are stoked to be bringing the nationals to Huntly.

Preparations are already underway for the 2018 Kyokushin Karate Nationals.

This year Huntly has been selected to host the tournament, which w...

April 13, 2018

Joshua Steward has ended his 13 years at Huntly College on a high, after the U19 boys took out gold at the National Secondary School Waka Ama Championships.

A gold at the National Secondary School Waka Ama Championships, was the perfect way to end coach Joshua Steward's...

April 5, 2018

Eight-year-old Kaydence Benjamin has been selected in the Under 10 mixed team to represent New Zealand at the Oceania Heritage Cup in Australia.

Kaydence Benjamin dreams of one day running onto the rugby field, as a Black Fern. At eight-years-old, she's already taken a...

November 23, 2017

Huntly College student Phoebe Comins has been awarded a $6000 Sir David Johnstone Scholarship to go towards her tertiary studies. Here she is pictured with Trustee Nola Delaney and David Johnstone Chairman David Lloyd.

Travelling first sparked Phoebe Comins' interest in...

November 16, 2017

Tamehana Moanaroa is starting up a graffiti art program for youth in Ngāruawāhia.

Tamehana Moanaroa wants to use graffiti as a way for youth in Ngāruawāhia to express themselves.
The 21-year-old runs a graffiti art programme called Writers Bench in Hamilton and is looki...

November 16, 2017

Waikato District Council Mayor Allan Sanson said council does not have the mandate to change the democratic process.

Māori wards will remain non-existent within the Waikato District Council. The recommendation to retain the status quo was passed 10-2 at November's counc...

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