133 days ago

Free chocolate!

Matt Bowen Reporter from Waikato Times

Hi everyone,

Cadbury is doing a publicity drive and they've delivered a pile of chocolate to the office.

We have five 200g blocks of milk chocolate to give away. To get your hands on one, simply tell us about the best way to eat chocolate.

The editor, who enjoys a good tale, will choose the five winners at noon on Thursday.

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5 hours ago

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15 hours ago

Methamphetamine seizure

Social Media Advisor from New Zealand Police

Four people have been arrested and more than a kilogram of methamphetamine, $100,000 in cash and firearms have been seized, following an ongoing investigation into an Asian organised crime syndicate in Auckland.

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20 hours ago

Will you be affected by today's bus strike?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

New temporary schedules confirmed by Waikato Regional Council this afternoon will see regional buses operate as normal and Hamilton’s peak bus services continue too. However, there will be reduced frequency across the Hamilton network during the off peak as a result of industrial action by Go Bus drivers starting today (Monday(

The 20 Cambridge, 21 Northern Connector, 22 Morrinsville/Paeroa, 23 Raglan and 24 Te Awamutu will operate as normal.

All Hamilton services, including the Orbiter, will run to reduced timetables. Most of the busiest peak time services will be operated at or close to their normal times.

However, buses in the middle of the day and evenings will run to a reduced frequency, with many going hourly instead of every half hour. Read more here