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Walk-in with dinosaurs

Eight-year-old Cambridge Primary School student Dylan Philip had a roaring good time at The Amazing Dinosaur Discovery show at Hautapu Rugby Club last Sunday. The…

Changes made to cycleway projects

Community feedback has prompted changes to a proposal to cul-de-sac two streets in Cambridge. The proposal being considered as part of a project to build…

Railway modelers pull into a new station

After years of operating out of private garage spaces, members of the Greater Waikato Railway Modellers (GWR) have a new home. They moved into the…

Blind Low Vision NZ call for volunteers

Blind Low Vision NZ is looking for collectors for its annual appeal next month. The search is on to find volunteers to hit the streets…

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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…