Grisly find on beach

A discovery of an animal skin was followed days later by a discovery of a carcass along the foreshore of popular ...

Days ago, a freshly skinned animal hide washed up on the shore. Now, a "fleshy" carcass has been found.

Chinese tourist missing

Ling Fang Mai, 42, has been missing since Wednesday

A Chinese tourist who arrived in Auckland last Wednesday has not been seen since.

Two men hurt in blaze video

Firefighters douse a shed fire that resulted in a man being hospitalised with burns to his arm.

Black smoke was billowing 10 metres or more into the air from South Auckland shed fire - now extinguished.

Woman viciously assaulted

Police are searching for the man pictured in this image.

She woke up in an Auckland quarry to find a man standing over her with a bat.

Drive to reduce heavy trucks

The number of heavy trucks passing through Kaikoura could be decreased through shipping long-haul freight by sea.

Since the quake, the roads around Kaikoura have become relatively quiet, and some residents like it.

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Auckland road turns into middle America

Epsom's Empire Rd was transformed into middle America for two days last week.

Residents in Epsom woke up in 'middle America' during film production for an American market ad last week.

Masked trio on the run

Police looking for three knife-wielding men who assaulted an 85-year-old in his home.

Is it a bird? Is it a plane?

Most successful annual tournament

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane?

Mike Pasco shows us the WASZP up close.

The world's first flying boat - which allows people to sail out of the water and reach speeds twice as fast as the wind - has arrived.

Most successful annual tournament

Senior player and Club Coach Pixie Jones in action.

Croquet players enjoy another successful tournament in Orewa.

Suburbs set up spectacular finale

Andre de Jong of Canterbury United Dragons challenges Ross Haviland of Eastern Suburbs in the Stirling Sports Premiership.

With just one game left to play, it's do or die for Eastern Suburbs.

Auckland's red cards 'out of character'

Referee Chris Kerr shows Auckland City's Fabrizio Tavano a red card.

Auckland City had an unlikely supporter after receiving three red cards on Sunday.

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