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On your bike, Waipā!

A 30-year $10.4 million plan to get thousands of Waipā people out of their cars and onto walking and cycle tracks in Cambridge, Te Awamutu…

Green thumbs up for festival 

All going to plan, the 2021 Rotary Garden Festival will go ahead as scheduled on November 21. Uncertainty around changing Covid-19 levels has prompted some to question whether…

Getting over the hump 

A small Waipā farm is catering for a growing demand for raw milk. Humpbridge Milk, which opened in 2018, has become a popular service, giving…

Walk will go ahead 

This year’s global walk to celebrate the value of older people will go ahead at Cambridge Raceway as planned on September 27, unless there is…

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Football programme up in air for Reds

Cambridge footballers will need the Waikato to move to alert level 2 before they can complete their winter season. The COVID-19 lockdown forced the suspension…

Board hears appeal for dirt track 

Cambridge has been identified as the ideal community for a new dirt jump track. Enthusiasts Jude Eades and Paul Langlands made the pitch for the…

Cambridge cyclist and canoeists feature in Tokyo

Cambridge-based cyclist Ellesse Andrews has won a silver medal in the women’s keirin at the Izu Velodrome. The 21-year-old former St Peter’s School, Cambridge student,…

Waterskiing brothers fly high

Cricket has Brendon and Nathan McCullum, rugby has the Barretts and now Cambridge has the Runciman brothers. Siblings Joel, Luke and Joshua Runciman might one…