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A century of TA schooling

Stories of cracked boilers and near-frozen students are included in an exhibition at Te Awamutu Museum until October 3, chronicling the passage of 100 years…

Getting their hands wet

Decked out in their wellies, caps and hi-vis vests, teams of volunteers from Te Awamutu Rotary Club are making a positive impact on the wellbeing…

The build begins

Construction has started on an $8 million dementia residential facility which is destined to provide a safe haven for people across the King Country. After…

Thanks a bunch!

Despite the difficulties posed by Covid-19 restrictions, Te Awamutu residents stepped up to buy bunches of blooms and other related items during the Daffodil Day…

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King Country win for Ōtorohanga

Ōtorohanga College’s U14 rugby team has come out on top at the end of a particularly testing season. The team won the King Country Rugby…

Bowler brings home gold

Less than two years since Bruce Sayers saw bowls being played on the Thornton Rd green and decided to give it a go, he’s already…

Racing’s plastic fantastic

Work on the country’s first synthetic racetrack is set to start next month, the Cambridge News understands. The project – which could cost up to…

World cup a boon for Waipa

The close proximity of the Velodrome to Cambridge has been a factor in ensuring the economic success of hosting a round of the the Track…