Jailed for corruption

Murray Noone, left, and Stephen Borlase appear in the High Court at Auckland for sentencing on fraud charges

4 min ago  Cosy relationship between contractor and council employee in Auckland ends behind bars.

West Wave helping more kids learn to swim

West Wave Pool and Leisure Centre can have over 1 million visitors in a year said Glenn Quintal, senior centre manager.

11 min ago  West Wave's swimming programme is reaching more school kids in 2017.

'It doesn't have to be this way' video

One of the places Watercare might build a water treatment plant is across the road from the Robinsons. Family members, ...

16 min ago  Plans for a water treatment plant in a rural heritage suburb of Auckland has locals aghast.

Fringe Festival's Emma Hall: 'The librarian look is hot right now'

Emma Hall is performing her one woman shows at New Zealand fringe festivals this month.

10:22 AM  Something happened in my 20s – it all just fell apart.

Teen's zest for life remembered

Seventeen-year-old Kiriana Morrison was killed in a car crash on Sunday morning.

10:17 AM  Kiriana Morrison, 17, will be laid to rest beside her grandfather, Sir Howard Morrison, after a fatal car crash.

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New street lighting on its way

Around half of Auckland Street lighting will be replaced with LED lights by 2020 and all by 2025.

10:03 AM  Turning Auckland street lighting to low energy LED's in suburban areas is well under way but are they too bright?

Finding NZ's mini golf champ video

9:46 AM  Players lining up to take part in the inaugural New Zealand Minigolf Open with dreams of heading to World Championships.

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Young artists exhibit works for Auckland festival

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Finding NZ's mini golf champ video

New Zealand mini golf champion Bobby Hart is gearing up for next month's New Zealand Minigolf Open.

Players lining up to take part in the inaugural New Zealand Minigolf Open with dreams of heading to World Championships.

Big season ahead for Kumeu

Kumeu (green and black) pack down in a scrum against North Shore in 2006.

Kumeu Rugby Club looking four a top four finish in their first season back.

Ridden thinks overseas players have raised bar

Southern United's Andrew Ridden in action in the Stirling Sports Premiership football competition.

Southern United's Andrew Ridden thinks that overseas players have improved the quality of the Stirling Sports Premiership.

Kiwis brace for new football laws

Referee P Linney warns Hamilton Wanderers Jack Salter in the Stirling Sports Premiership.

Kiwi footballers are set to catch a break this winter season with a host of new FIFA laws.

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