Cancelling Paeroa’s Battle of the Streets this year may affect funding for the 25th anniversary event in 2016.

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To the delight of children, Disney’s movie Frozen has taken over Te Awa, with the shopping centre providing free entertainment for kids during the school holidays

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A Hamilton woman in Beijing is helping an online forum discuss LGBT issues

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Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest is deadpan noir with a twist – and a nicely understated performance by Joaquin Phoenix.

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TV’s newest Zombie series has a fresh take on the “quirky TV detective” and a star who makes it worth sticking around for.

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Cinderella is a role model for modern times in Kenneth Branagh’s adaptation of the enduring fairytale.

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Eight-years to grow, minutes to remove. Tutor asks for donations to a cancer charity after shaving his head.

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A high-end streetware clothing store is now selling barista-made coffee. This poses the question – will others follow suit, and how might this affect traditional coffee spots?

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TV3 star presenter Paula Penfold, whose investigations helped free Teina Pora from prison, is the guest speaker at Hamilton’s legendary Wintec Press Club lunch event in May

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It wasn’t all rowing at Maadi – many competitors used down time to study

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The final three days of Maadi were streamed over the internet, attracting thousands of viewers

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Waikato Diocesan’s Anahera Nin and Madison Dunn have beaten more than 200 girls to secure spots to trial for the New Zealand junior rowing team.

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A facebook message from Olympic great Mahe Drysdale inspired 16-year-old Mount Aspiring College rower Riley Bruce.

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Two Bethells Beach lifeguards who marry next month on the sands they have patrolled for years are hoping Shapeshifter will join them

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Samoan Tessa Puleaga from Ashburton College is on a mission to prove why she deserved to attend Maadi.

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When Sharleen Murray dropped her camera in Lake Karapiro five years ago she did not expect to ever see it or the photos on it again – until it was found and given back to her, in working order.

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Robert Allen fell out of his boat in his first race – but then went on to post improved times.

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