The stiletto boot camp is over – now it is on to the Miss Universe catwalk for Hamiltonian Brenna Watson-Paul.

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Wintec students have to put together something remarkable in time for the big vote this Saturday.

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Oh no, not U2

On September 15, 2014 By

iTunes users woke up this week to find a forgettable U2 album in their music libraries.

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Artist Joseph Scott describes his art as ”just jokes and stuff disguised to look like fine art really”.

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Police have appealed for help after a mysterious bike crash in Hamilton during the week.

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Walking the Talk

On September 5, 2014 By

Dozens of Te Awamutu residents stepped up to help Heart Kids in a local Treadathon recently

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Conscientious election objection

On September 5, 2014 By

Not all youth who refuse to vote are doing so out of apathy. Meet one conscientious objector.

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A young first-time voter goes for stability in her first election

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Former Waikato Times journalist Kashka Tunstall is looking forward to casting her special vote in the UK

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No ballot box for George

On September 5, 2014 By

For one 74-year-old this election is like all the others – a waste of time.

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Dirty Politics author Nicky Hager will speak to journalism students at Wintec this Monday.

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Adam Lambert and Queen rocked to an energetic crowd as they took to the stage at Vector Arena for their first of two New Zealand shows last night.

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The second annual Inter-Intermediate Kapa Haka Festival helps build the confidence of first-time performers and allows them to stand tall in their culture.

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Wintec is marking its 90th anniversary with a book featuring stories of former students and staff along with historical photos.

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Fridge debate goes online

On September 3, 2014 By

Hamilton households were in the spotlight when Campbell Live reported on poverty in New Zealand this week.

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Kiwi fashion designer Trelise Cooper has apologised after causing an online outrage when she used traditional Native American headdress in her show at New Zealand Fashion Week last week

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