House price rises stall in Auckland

Barfoot & Thompson says house prices could resume their rise in spring

1:33 PM  More signs relief for Auckland home buyers is on the way.

Town clock down for repairs

Precision Watch workshop manager Colin Hollingsworth with the New Lynn town clock.

1:34 PM  A lasting legacy to New Lynn's brick-making history is down for repairs.

'Hell' made me do it - killer

Hayden Poulter is often dubbed New Zealand's first serial killer.

Serial killer Hayden Poulter is nowhere near ready for release, Parole Board says.

Needle woman on point

Natalie Iogha, fine art embroiderer.

A 28-year-old Aucklander is bringing a unique twist to needlework.

Seal arrives at hospital

The "sealed-in" seal at Auckland's Middlemore Hospital

A seal has turned up on the doorstep at Middlemore Hospital in south Auckland.

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Golf courses safe says council

Julia Parfitt and Richard Hursthouse say golf courses like Pupuke are vital assets.

15 min ago  Rumours the Auckland Council will sell golf courses to make way for housing aren't true, says a North Shore councillor.

Sailing for hope

2:42 PM  An Auckland woman is about set sail from Rome to Barcelona to change perceptions of multiple sclerosis.

No concrete plans for boardwalk

Blaze didn't dampen airwaves

Sport

Mt Albert and Pt Chevalier head to war

Pt Chevalier fullback Siua Otonuku with coach Grant Pocklington after they took the title off Mt Albert in 2013.

Defending champions Pt Chevalier will face off against the Mt Albert Lions in their third straight Fox Memorial final.

Cyclist breaks record in Kazakhstan

Holly White with her medal from the UCI Juniors Track World Championships in Kazakhstan.

A secondary school track cyclist from Auckland has given the world track records a shake up.

World rankings for kickboxers

Hibiscus Coast MMA & Thai Kickboxing Gym fighters Ryhme Loto and Crystal Cook brought home medals for New Zealand from the 2015 IFMA Youth World Cup in Thailand.

Ryhme Loto and Crystal Cook overcame the world's best fighters at the 2015 IFMA Youth World Cup in Thailand to medal for New Zealand.

Bowler Las Vegas bound

Zane Carlson of Orewa is heading to Las Vegas to bowl against the world's best at the Bowling World Cup.

Cerebral palsy means Zane Carlson can't use the same technique as most ten-pin bowlers, but that hasn't stopped him for qualifying for the Bowling World Cup in Las Vegas.

Para-rider aiming for Rio 2016

Charlotte Hoonhout with her horse Amarante.

Para-equestrian rider Charlotte Hoonhout's Paralympic dreams are within her reach.

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