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Tua knocks out Cameron

David Tua has re-ignited his boxing career with a stunning knockout win over Shane Cameron.

Horror wait for Matamata family

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Police were yesterday collecting DNA samples from the parents of missing Matamata women Petria and Rebecca Martin, feared to have been injured or worse in Wednesday's tsunami in Samoa.

Hamilton assault leaves man critical

By BEN STANLEY - Waikato Times

A Hamilton man is in a critical condition in Waikato Hospital after a serious assault left him "black and blue", according to a witness.

Police cars swarm centre after robbery

By NICOLA BRENNAN - Waikato Times

A man, claiming to be armed, robbed the ASB bank's Chartwell branch yesterday morning.

Maungatautari axes four staff

By JEFF NEEMS - Waikato Times

Maungatautari Ecological Island Trust's four staff are to be axed as the troubled trust makes some big decisions.

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Medical team awaiting orders

An eight-strong medical team from Waikato Hospital was supposed to be one of the first to fly to Samoa late last night to provide surgical support for the hundreds injured by the tsunami.

Powder sees emergency action at prison

Waikeria Prison's mail room was locked down and decontaminated yesterday after a suspicious package containing white powder was found.

Five years' jail for Braemar Hospital arsonist

Family forgo flight to Samoa

Cameron has no regrets

Shane Cameron Shane Cameron has a massive headache and badly bruised ego but he will fight again - that was the message from his handlers after he was beaten up by David Tua.

Undercard bouts to pack punch

Sparks are set to fly early in the "fight of the century" programme when Steve "Chur" Heremaia gets in the ring.

Patience the way to victory

Boxing icon tips Tua to come out on top

David Tua wins

Tua knocks out Cameron

David Tua has re-ignited his boxing career with a stunning knockout win over Shane Cameron.

Campbell's punt pays off

Andrew Calder may have lost his ride in tomorrow's Gr I Windsor Park Plate but he is confident he still has the firepower to complete a successful weekend.

Spratt eyeing off silverware

Samantha Spratt is getting withdrawals.

Bookies offer value to punters in Cup market

Bakers excited

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Trent Busuttin was just 13 years old when Castletown ran third in the 1993 Melbourne Cup.

Decision a blow for investors

Waikato Blue Chip investors are "shocked" and "disappointed" by a High Court ruling that financier GECapital can enforce the mortgages for Blue Chip apartments and fear they could now lose their houses.

Tua fight draws corporate crowd

Promoters of this weekend's Tua-Cameron fight say they have sold the most corporate tables for any event they have run in New Zealand, punters stumping up $4995 plus GST for a table.

Tatua farmers to get biggest milk payout

Kiwifruit research goes deep

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Waikato breeds best leaders

Waikato has produced the country's best international business leaders, with Hamilton executives scooping the prize pool at the New Zealand Trade and Enterprise Awards.

Caution urged over study

Farmers are being urged to treat with caution a CRV Ambreed study which found the breeding worth of New Zealand bulls supplied by CRV Ambreed and its competitor LIC was lower than claimed.

Poll disappoints farming leader

Otorohanga sheep farmer Andre de Haan hopes the Meat and Wool New Zealand's economic service, monitor farms and shearing schools will remain after farmers voted to no longer pay a levy to fund wool industry work.

Fonterra detail 'secret till Friday'

Union takes advice

working dogs

Author on the hunt for stories

Do you have a shaggy dog story? Then Hamilton AgResearch scientist Katherine Tozer would like to hear from you.

Rowing's big splash

In just over a year's time Lake Karapiro will play host to the world's best rowers. Tracey Cooper checks on progress for the World Rowing Championships, an event New Zealand last hosted in 1978.

The big wow

It might be doom and gloom when it comes to the economy, but on the catwalk at New Zealand Fashion Week it was bright, bold and beautiful, reports Kate Monahan.

Tide change for town's cheap thrills

Hamilton on the catwalk

In the glow of Karapiro

In the glow of Karapiro

Nicola Brennan takes in the lake nightlife from a kayak.

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