What happens to the 3.6 million tonnes of trash New Zealanders throw away each year? A local photographer depicts this in his new series.

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Six students are off to China after winning a prestigious scholarship

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A Colin McCahon features in a new gallery that opened this week at the Waikato Museum

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There may be blood, says president-for-life Steve Braunias, of the upcoming Wintec Press Club.

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Young piano builder Adrian Mann has been kept busy entertaining Creative Waikato visitors fascinated by his creation – the largest piano in the world. He talks tonight at Creative Waikato, Alexandra Street.

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New home in Hamilton

On October 7, 2014 By

Red Cross volunteer support worker Jason Cargo helps migrants from Afghanistan resettle in Hamilton.

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Kangaroos and wallabies joined instagrammers on Cape Hillsbrough beach in Queensland this weekend – for an instameet.

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A lacerated liver, collapsed lung, and broken ribs are all part of the sport of bull riding for a Gisborne cowboy

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Musician Anaru Williams believes less is more when it comes to policing his local community.

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Labour leader David Cunliffe shared his concerns this week with Waikato University students over the GCSB’s alleged blanket surveillance of Kiwis.

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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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The world’s longest piano creator, Adrian Mann, gave a presentation at Hamilton’s Creative Waikato about his background and process of building his musical masterpiece.

Through pictures projected onto the wall, audiences were able to relive the build through seeing the exact process along with Mann’s explanations and commentary.

Mann has always been someone who is interested in how [...]

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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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Exhibitors, lost for words

On September 5, 2014 By

The extraordinary exhibition Lost For Words premiering Ed Hanfling’s book - Mervyn Williams; From Modernism to the Digital Age, was viewed by the public last month at Auckland University. Spectators were submerged into the abstract art and were have said to be consistently astounded by the work.

“The opening function was very well-attended, with many contemporaries of Williams’ attending – [...]

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