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Christmas Parade brings hundreds out

It was great to see the Christmas Parade back in Cambridge today. We were there and captured some of the highlights. There were 34 floats and 2000 people lined the streets. Our Olympians and Paralympians…

Resthaven celebrates a half century 

A gathering of four decades of “matrons to managers” was among the highlights as Cambridge’s Resthaven celebrated its 50th anniversary over two days last week. When Resthaven opened, the head role was the matron and…

Rowers put on Karāpiro show 

Some of the country’s finest young rowers put on two days of outstanding racing on Lake Karāpiro last weekend. The regatta attracted a host of Waipā and Waikato rowing clubs and schools – and promising…

The carriage awaits… 

Waikato’s horse drawn vehicles society celebrated fine weather – and the success of new members – at a two-day event at Kihikihi last weekend. The Waikato Horse Drawn Vehicles Society is the Waikato area club…

Spending up in Waipā

Credit card spending in Waipā is holding up better than Hamilton. The information comes from data produced to the Waipā District Council as part of its newly-elected member induction. Infometrics principal economist and director Brad…

MP joins bridge call 

Louise Upston has told Waipā District Council it is vital it identifies a site for a third bridge in Cambridge so the issue is on central Government and Waka Kotahi’s radar. The Taupō MP broke…

How a good app saved Chinnell 

An app which alerts people with CPR training to emergencies helped save the life of a woman in Cambridge. Off-duty emergency medical technician Nichola Higgins was walking her dog when the Good Sam app she…

New role for Bech 

Aksel Bech has been snapped up as new Waikato Housing Initiative chief after his political aspirations  were hit for six at the local body elections. The former deputy mayor of Waikato District threw his hat…

Work starts on retirement village 

Work has started on a $150 million retirement village in Cambridge to house more than 350 people A blessing from Ngāti Koroki Kahukura signalled the start of Ryman Healthcare’s new development last week on an…

It’s a runway success 

More than 360 people took the chance to run Hamilton airport’s runway at Mystery Creek on Sunday 20 November. The Rotary organised event attracted entries from throughout the districts – and Rotarians from much further…

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