$50,000 offered in murder case

Police are seeking information about a group of bikers believed to be patched gang members who intimidated a female motorist.

9:15 PM  Police are offering a reward of up to $50,000 as they try to solve the murder of West Auckland Brett Fraser.

Fire on school grounds

A small fire was discovered on the grounds of an Auckland school.

9:14 PM  A fire has broken out in a building on the grounds of an Auckland school.

SPCA doors still closed to cats

An influx of cats, all picked up from one property, has meant the Auckland SPCA is still unable to accept new arrivals.

SPCA Auckland are still unable to house incoming cats after more than 180 felines were rescued from an alleged animal hoarder recently.

Regrets over relationship

A former Macleans College teacher's relationship with a student amounted to "serious misconduct" a tribunal has found.

A former Auckland high school PE teacher has been censured over his sexual relationship with a student.

Call for drug funding video

Samantha Lenik is one of seven Kiwis diagnosed with Pompe Disease but can't afford the unfunded treatment.

One of only seven New Zealanders diagnosed with Pompe disease is calling for the government to fund treatment for the disease.

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Alarm saves property from fire

02062015 peter mcdonald/fairfax nz news photo: A Stokes Valley based fire truck leads some friends through the Valley to mark the 75th anniversary of the fire station's opening on Saturday, April 30, 2015.

A monitored burglar and fire alarm has saved a couple's Te Atatu South home from going up entirely in flames. 

Unique opportunity for employers and job seekers

JobFest15 is a unique opportunity for employers and job seekers, aged between 16 and 24, to connect face-to-face and discuss job opportunities.

Young runners unbeaten

School boy wasn't abducted : police


Young runners unbeaten

Two young athletes have blitzed their cross-country competition

Tupou to captain Steelers

Jimmy Tupou hopes to lead with his actions in his first year as captain of Counties Manukau.

Sir John Walker has stepped down from a council committee because of health issues.

Olympian too sick for committee

Sir John Walker steps down from Auckland Council committee, but will continue on council.

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