Latest Territorial Authorities of New Zealand Stories
LOS ANGELES, Nov.
By RASMUSSEN, Warwick We want our international flights to continue out of Hamilton - we just want more of them at better times and at cheaper prices.
By MONAHAN, Kate; IRVINE, Denise The Waikato River used to be a place for swimming and gathering food. Now its waters are murky and tainted. What can be done? Kate Monahan and Denise Irvine report.
Results of samples taken from Lake Horowhenua by Horizons Regional Council are being withheld from the public because they might be needed for evidence in the Environment Court, chief executive Michael McCartney said "Horizons is analysing lake water samples and is seeking its lawyers' advice on whether it is appropriate to make the results public, in view of Horowhenua District Council's legal challenge to the abatement notice," he said.
By GARDNER, Chris A massive business park bordering Hamilton airport has been granted resource consent by Waipa District Council.
We turn back the Times 99, 50 and 25 years ago to see what Waikato Times readers were reading about. From Hamilton City Library files -------------------- 99 YEARS AGO Huntly. On Thursday night the washhouse attached to Mrs Archer's boarding- house was destroyed by fire.
By CREAN, Mike From primers to post-graduate students, George Knox taught at every level of formal education in New Zealand. But the University of Canterbury Emeritus Professor of Zoology was most acclaimed for his research.
By NEEMS, Jeff A former Waikato contestant in New Zealand Idol claimed one of the major prizes at Saturday night's National Country Music Awards at Hamilton's Founders Theatre.
DAMP DELIGHT: Conservation Minister Steve Chadwick, right, was in the Waikato last week to cast an eye over the results of multi- agency work to manage peat lakes and wetlands in the region.
By AKOORIE, Natalie It may come as a surprise, but rainfall in the Waikato has been "normal" for the year. But most of it has bucketed down in the last few weeks.
- Forsooth! indeed! originally a parenthetical phrase used in repeating the words of another with more or less contempt or disdain.