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But this usually refers to a smaller region than the Waikato local government region.
Other major catchments are those of the Waihou, Piako, Awakino and Mokau rivers.Between 20, Waikato economic growth was lower than the national average.But from 2004 to 2007, real gross regional product for the Waikato Region increased by 5 per cent per year compared with 3.2 per cent for the national average.Cambridge, Coromandel, Huntly, Matamata, Miranda, Morrinsville, Ngaruawahia, Ngatea, Paeroa, Pirongia, Putaruru, Raglan, Taupiri, Taupo, Te Aroha, Te Awamutu, Te Kauwhata, Te Kowhai, Te Kuiti, Thames, Tirau, Tokoroa, Waihi Hamilton City Waikato District South Waikato District Waipa District Thames-Coromandel District Matamata-Piako District Waitomo District (part) Otorohanga District Hauraki District Taupo District (part) Rotorua District (part)) is a local government region of the upper North Island of New Zealand.It covers the Waikato, Hauraki, Coromandel Peninsula, the northern King Country, much of the Taupo District, and parts of Rotorua District. The region stretches from Coromandel Peninsula in the north, to the north-eastern slopes of Mount Ruapehu in the south, and spans the North Island from the west coast, through the Waikato and Hauraki to Coromandel Peninsula on the east coast.The lowest and earliest-created such lake is Lake Karapiro, now developed as a world-class rowing centre, where the world championships were held in 2010.
The river flows out of the country's largest lake, Lake Taupo, which is served by several important fishing rivers such as the Tongariro, on the Central Plateau, draining the eastern side of Mount Ruapehu and its neighbours.
It is home to the University of Waikato and the Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec).
Other major towns in the region are Tokoroa, Te Awamutu, Cambridge and Taupo with respective populations of 13,950, 17,250, 20,200 and 24,500.
Another distinctive feature is the low average wind speed in the interior basin due to the sheltering influence of the hills and mountains to the west and south-west. The Waikato has very high sunshine hours by world standards, averaging 2200 hours per year or about 40% higher than in the UK.
This results in rapid growth of grass, crops and ornamental plants.
The climate is mild and temperate with moderate rainfall of 1200–1600mm per annum, with the higher western hills having the most rain. The lower areas experience regular morning fog, under anticyclonic conditions, which burns off by late morning to produce many still, clear sunny days.