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Māori ward reviews commence

District councils across the region are reviewing their Māori ward policy in the wake of last week’s abolition of the power of veto by voters….

Te Awamutu-born writer to talk crime writing and gangsters

Te Awamutu-born author Scott Bainbridge is the first of several authors lined up to give public talks during Waipā District Libraries’ Author Month. Scott will…

Covid briefing: Fun run canned

There will be no fun running and, some houses won’t be crowded for a few weeks. Saturday’s announcement of a ramping up of Covid alert…

Vaccine program starts in Waikato

The rollout of Waikato’s vaccination program continues. It began Thursday 25 when 28 Waikato District Health Board vaccinators received the first of two doses at…

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Chiefs battle it out at Hautapu

The Chiefs, Crusaders and Blues rallied at the end of a Covid impacted week together to complete their pre-season preparations in Cambridge on Sunday. The…

Paracyclists make their mark

Para cycling men and women have pulled out some great results in recent events, and one is hoping to have set a national record. They…

Learning: via the pony express

And with a blur of little furry legs they were off: “Ronnie the pony and Jackson Adams on the inside…” went the commentator, “…with Khali…

Lacrosse double for Middle

Cambridge Middle School have secured a rare lacrosse double by winning both the Girls A and Boys’ Divisions of the Waikato Lacrosse Intermediate School League…