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Police say that while there's no specific threat to Anzac Day on Thursday, security will be tight.
More than a thousand New Zealanders and Australians are expected to attend this year's Anzac Day commemorations at Gallipoli in Turkey. As with previous years, security will be very tight.
An Auckland-based company has taken a 25 percent stake in a $1 billion project for a mixed use development in central Queenstown.
The ubiquitous barcode has hit middle age, celebrating 40-years next week since its introduction in this country.
Waikato University is taking a proactive approach to consent and sexual violence on its Hamilton campus, asking students to complete modules to understand healthy relationships.
A Rotorua resident wants there to be more help for people installing new wood burners so they comply with the city's new air quality regulations that take effect next year. Video
A Rotorua exterminator is battling through the biggest job of his career as he destroys a giant German wasp nest estimated to hold up to 1 million wasps.
Google Street View has today launched the first online 360-degree view of a New Zealand river.
Removal work is expected to start on 21 homes in the troubled Bella Vista subdivision in Tauranga in the next few days.
Two slates with the very first example of written te reo Māori etched on them were shown to the Prime Minister yesterday at New Zealand's oldest building.
Hamilton is buzzing with an influx of visitors come to see the World Rugby Sevens at Waikato Stadium over the weekend.
The World Rugby Sevens are on in Hamilton this weekend, and players vying for glory are looking forward to the buzz of the crowd at Waikato Stadium.
An ambitious plan to restore neglected war graves throughout the country by the end of 2020 has been launched by a group of volunteers.
Hamilton's Mayor is opposing a bid by Sky City to add 60 more gaming machines to its Hamilton casino.
The group that successfully lobbied for a commuter train service from Hamilton to Auckland says there are several aspects that are key to its success.
Boaties on Lake Rotorua are being urged to clean their gear after the discovery of the aquatic pest catfish.
Campaigners wanting to save Hamilton's last open-air public swimming pool hope the council will come to its senses and refurbish it.
A new performing arts theatre planned for central Hamilton is another step closer with a $6 million funding boost announced on Monday.
Hamilton Mayor Andrew King believes a commuter train service between his city and Auckland is an exciting prospect that will build support over time.
Household dogs are being trained to detect koi carp and catfish before they cause major problems in waterways. Video, Audio
A services directory for veterans and service personnel has gone up online.
Hamilton's Tongan community are celebrating the news their country's rugby team will take on the All Blacks next year in the lead-up to the Rugby World Cup.
Sunday is Armistice Day, commemorating the end of the World War I.
A cacophony of sound across the country on the weekend will break the two-minute silence of remembrance marking the centenary of the Armistice that brought an end to World War I.
The centenary of the liberation of the small French town of Le Quesnoy by New Zealand troops in World War I will be commemorated tonight.