Wednesday Mar 5
The New Zealand Herald
Our eating habits: Good news, and bad, about what we eat
Hamiltonians have a sweet tooth, Aucklanders eat more takeaways and Tauranga tops the alcohol rankings.
Phuket mini-crepe maker saved from sharks, gets gift of a lifetime
PHUKET: A Phuket vendor who saw his only source of livelihood - a mini-crepe cart - go up in smoke was able to avoid going to loan sharks to replace it because of help from an unlikely source, a New Zealander who has been to the province only twice.
Waikato DHB a Sector Leader With New Website
Waikato DHB a regional and sector leader in the adoption of innovative platforms with the launch of its new website First DHB in the country and first government administration organisation in the Waikato to deploy a website on the Common Web Platform HAMILTON, Waikato , Feb. 26, 2014 - A vastly enhanced user experience, compliance with web ... (more)
Taranaki Daily News
Praising New Plymouth
OPINION: I'm used to feeling like my city is a little inadequate whenever I visit Auckland or Wellington but I had no idea that I'd feel like Hamilton was a place behind the times after visiting New Plymouth, of all places.
International study backs urban green spaces
The value of green spaces in cities has been highlighted in a new study, which found that providing a diverse range of habitats in urban areas can help retain native species.
Scarification Artist Headlines the Tattoo and Art Expo 2014
Scarification experts, blood painters, graffiti artists, aerial silk contortionists and car and skateboarding enthusiasts will join some of the world's best tattoo artists at the International Tattoo and Arts Expo, in Hamilton this weekend.
Garden Festival: Arts as the arts should be
LOVE FOR ART: Thousands attended the Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival last year, proof that Hamiltonians aren't yokels and bogans.
DC3 a " Only Rnzaf Wwii Vetran Aircraft Still In Ser...
Representing some truly unique Kiwi history, is a DC-3 that is the only surviving RNZAF World War II veteran aircraft still operating today in a front-line service.
City's habitat at risk
Fears are high for Hamilton's Waiwhakareke Natural Heritage Park after the council failed to give a neighbouring piece of land reserve status and left the door open for development.