Kayakers stuck in mud

The Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter winches two kayakers stuck in the mud to safety.

4:46 PM  Kayaking pair were winched from mud after their boat got stuck.

Track fault delays trains

A signal fault near Britomart caused delays across the Auckland train network.

6:11 PM  Aucklanders face delays and cancellations to train services due to a track fault near Britomart.

Unitary Plan concerns aired

Residents from across the eastern suburbs attend a meeting to hear what the changes to the Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan could mean for them.

Residents are concerned about Auckland Council's proposed zoning changes in their Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan submission.

Life for murder couple

Amandeep Kaur (L) and Gurjinder Singh (R) were sentenced at the High Court at Auckland on Wednesday.

After their affair was exposed, two lovers nearly decapitated the woman's husband.

Moustache hits the road video

The 1978 Bedford school bus-turned-Moustache Milk & Cookie bus parked up in Auckland's Aotea Square.

Popular Auckland cookie store opens up shop in a bus after soaring CBD rent forced its shop to close.

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Man pinned under truck

Westpac Helicopter transported the man to hospital.

10 min ago  A man is in critical condition after being pinned under the tire of a 15-tonne truck.

Top spots for a Valentines Day picnic

5:25 PM  Stuck for Valentines Day ideas? Take a peek at our pick of picnic spots for inspiration.

Kiwi found dead in Cambodia

Lantern Festival gets bike friendly


Hibiscus Coast AFC launches four corners programme

Hibiscus Coast AFC technical director Mauricio Rojas is excited at the holistic approach the club is introducing for its players with the new four corners programme.

Football on the Coast is about to become a whole lot more sophisticated as Hibiscus Coast AFC launches its new "four corners" football development programme.

Teacher defies the odds

The love of competing is worth all the pain for St Peter's teacher Claire Walton.

Claire Walton is not letting a debilitating injury stop her from doing what she loves.

Long jumper looks to break eight metres

Matthew Wyatt will be attempting to soar for the eight metre mark in the build up to Rio 2016.

Matthew Wyatt is working towards making Rio 2016. But first he'll have to go above and beyond his personal best.

Rainbow athletes Proud to Play

Proud to Play NZ organiser Craig Watson is excited for the start of the sports tournament, which will have events across Auckland including at West Wave Pool and Leisure Centre.

A new sports tournament aims to promote inclusion for all, regardless of gender identity or sexuality.

Black marlin backlash video

Craig Johnson (right), 44, of Whangarei, landed the 363.8kg black marlin on Waitangi Day.

Some have compared the capture and killing of a 364kg Black Marlin to trophy hunting.

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