September 25, 2017

Ngāruawāhia Moko Club manager Paretakaka Jefferies, left, and Ngāruawāhia High School Board of Trustees member Elaine Preston say the Moko Club has uplifted the neighbourhood with the use of the night time lights.

Once upon a time it was a scary thought walking down Ngā...

September 25, 2017

Ohinewai School caretaker Allan Powell is the man behind keeping the grounds spick and span.

He's only required to be at the Ohinewai School five days of the working week. Yet Allan Powell is often there on his days off. He's there checking that everything is in place a...

September 21, 2017

The Huntly footbridge was damaged by a truck and has since been removed for repairs.

Assessment of the damage to the Huntly footbridge is underway but when it will re-open has yet to be determined. Waikato District Council staff are assessing the damage and repairs need...

September 18, 2017

Mentor Wayne Waretini hands over the keys to Mowai Salu ahead of a Community Driver Mentor Programme session.

Volunteers are being sought to help young drivers get on the road following the launch of a new programme.
A new community-based driving programme in Huntly and...

September 18, 2017

Rugby fanatic Jahstice Harris Matthews is looking forward to competing in the Halberg Junior Disability Games for a second time.

Nothing gets in the way of 10-year old Jahstice Harris Matthews who is set to compete in this year's Halberg Junior Disability Games.
The you...

September 15, 2017

EVolocity Waikato Regional Final 2017 THIS SATURDAY, from 9am, Kartsport, Airport Rd 3282, Hamilton

EVolocity is a region-wide Waikato Engineering Careers Association managed competition where students design, build and race their own electric vehicles with assistance...

September 12, 2017

Waikato District Council cemetery officer Deidre MacDonald has a big job looking after more than 20 cemeteries in the district.

Cemeteries; they're a vital part of any community. 

There's a lot of work involved in managing them.

As cliche as it sounds, for Waikato Distri...

September 5, 2017

Taine de Thierry, 8, only started BMX riding two years ago and has already been selected to the New Zealand Meybo BMX team.

He was a late starter into the sport but eight-year old Taine de Thierry has managed to secure a spot on a national BMX team.
The Huntly boy foun...

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