A long weekend of fun

Expect all things British to hit Queens Wharf this Queens Birthday weekend.

Queen's Birthday weekend is upon us, so get out and about and have a jolly good time.

Pro wrestler is also a teacher 

Hayden Daniels - aka The Genetic Pit bull - is ready to put his skills to the test across the ditch.

It's hard to imagine pupils misbehaving for teacher-turned-professional wrestler Haydn Daniels.

Fire on Auckland's North Shore

A fire has broken out in a house on Auckland's North Shore.

A house on Auckland's North Shore has been badly damaged by fire.

Greens to name new co-leader

Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei addressing the party's AGM.

11:32 AM  Candidates include Vernon Tava, a solicitor at the Auckland Community Law Centre.

Auckland mayor's train wager

Auckland Transport new electric train at Newmarket station

Mayor Len Brown has bet a can of fizzy water that 50 per cent more West Aucklanders will soon be using trains.

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North swim team reaches new heights

Callum Prime (Northwave) placed in the top five in all of his seven events at the 2015 NZ Age Group Swimming Championships (13-18 years).

Northland's swim team came away from the 2015 national age group champs in Wellington with a swag of medals.

More than 600 new houses for Akl

A site once earmarked for a school and a wasteland are among parcels of surplus land released for housing development in Auckland.

Meeuwsen confident in self-governance

Campbells Bay church saved gallery

Sport

Karting star wins $50,000 scholarship

Pukekohe's Liam Lawson has followed in the footsteps of Shane van Gisbergen by winning the SpeedSport Scholarship.

Liam Lawson has become the youngest-equal winner of New Zealand's premiere young driver development program.

Miriam Tio fights without malice video

When Miriam Tio is in the ring the roar of the crowd disappears.

Tuakau's Ivana Rowland has a goal to make this season her best yet, off the back of last season where she was named Pukekohe Netball Centre's most valuable premier player.

Sharp shooter eyes higher honours

Being selected for a premier gold netball team is no easy feat, especially for a 14-year-old.

Auckland Faces

Life off 'The Rock'

HAPPY HERE: Fou Alene-Tumataiki says New Zealand has ‘‘open arms’’ for Pacific migrants.

When Fou Alene-Tumataiki left Niue she forgot her native language. 40 years later, she's teaching it to kids.

'Make a life for yourself'

Better job opportunities and a better education were Elaine Iorive’s goals when she came to New Zealand.

BALANCING CULTURES: Linabel Hadlee with her husband Simon and children Mateo, 2, and Jessica, 6, celebrate a family occasion.

Mexican mum loves NZ

Living in Auckland is all about keeping her balance for Mexican mother of two Linabel Hadlee.

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