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Waikato District is New Zealand’s ‘luckiest’ area for 2021 - Lotto NZ

It has world-class surf breaks and of course one of New Zealand’s mightiest rivers - and now the Waikato District can also claim the title of ‘luckiest’ area for Lotto NZ winning in 2021.

Waikato is New Zealand's 'luckiest' region for 2021

It has world-class surf breaks, glow-worm caves, and of course one of New Zealand’s mightiest rivers - and now the Waikato can also claim the title of ‘luckiest’ region for Lotto NZ winning in 2021.

Neuron launches safety-first e-bikes in Hamilton

Neuron will begin rolling out 50 e-bikes across Hamilton Central and surrounding areas from 19 January

Riders can choose between an e-scooter or an e-bike for the same price depending on their preference and type of journey; Neuron Passes also cover both modes of transport

ASICS is encouraging you to ‘stay in it’ in 2022

Make running your new years resolution in 2022 and get rewarded for staying in it for the whole year, with support from ASICS.

2022 beverage trends: summer options, supporting local and bold flavours to 'sip and savour'

Our summer continues to embrace the prettiness of pink and vibrant seasonal flavours as Kiwis imbibe their rosé, gin, beer and cider, says the NZ Alcohol Beverages Council (NZABC).

Singh and Smith top family names for babies in 2021 - DIA

Following on the trend from 2020, Singh has again topped the list of most common family names for babies born in Aotearoa in 2021.

Smith takes second place on the list of top surnames countrywide.

'Bed bugs under control as trampers make the most of summer'

The Department of Conservation says very few refunds have been issued due to bed bugs, as New Zealand trampers follow precautionary advice to make the most of summer.

Small steps lead to success and support Wellington City Mission

Think small and let the little things lead to success this year

Colour our region’s path to the future and win - Venture Taranaki

Taranaki regional development agency Venture Taranaki is calling for tamariki to colour the region’s path to the future. The colouring-in competition is now open and invites children from across the region, and any visiting holidaymakers, to enter and colour-in a vision of Taranaki in 2050.

Tauranga Fringe 2022 - The Incubator Creative Hub

What: Tauranga Fringe 2022

Where: The Historic Village, 17th Ave, Tauranga

When:10am - 5pm Saturday 15 January

Cost: $10 per adult, under 14-years-old free

Come one, come all - to the Tauranga Fringe 2022