Pedestrian in serious condition

Traffic has been redirected into Hauraki side streets after a pedestrian was hit by a car on the corner of Lake Rd and ...

5:16 PM  A male has been taken to hospital in a serious condition after being hit by a car on Auckland's North Shore.

Principal leaves heavy-hearted

Russell Brooke is leaving Long Bay College after 13 years at the school, nine as principal.

4:58 PM  Russell Brooke says being a principal has made him feel humble and emotionally rich.

Youth theatre presents Oliver!

The National Youth Theatre Company's Alice Hanson and Hamish Mouat.

4:54 PM  A cast of 225 youth will bring Oliver! to the Aotea Centre in Auckland next week.

School walk in the park

The walking school bus mascot was a hit at Milford School.

4:44 PM  Pupils walk their teachers to school at one Auckland school battling congestion issues.

Comedian cancels NZ tour for sick wife

Comedian Jim Gaffigan has cancelled his New Zealand shows as his wife, actress Jeannie Gaffigan, recovers from a brain ...

4:34 PM  Jim Gaffigan will not come to NZ as his wife's painful recovery following brain surgery continues.

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Club helps complete bucket list

Maureen Burnside sits inside a red 1966 Ford Galaxie, something that's been on her bucket list for years.

4:25 PM  Maureen Burnside will head into palliative care next week after having fulfilled a life dream.

Restoring self respect

A day for the homeless and vulnerable to select winter necessities without losing their pride.

War veteran dies at 100

Attacking Muriwai's rat problem

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Club helps complete bucket list

Maureen Burnside sits inside a red 1966 Ford Galaxie, something that's been on her bucket list for years.

Maureen Burnside will head into palliative care next week after having fulfilled a life dream.

DJ jazzes up basketball

More teenagers got involved in school sport last year thanks to an innovative student-led project.

An award-winning project found multiple ways, including a DJ, to lure teens to play sport.

Sport: South Aucklanders' support wanted

Ken Maumalo wants South Auckland's Samoan and Tongan communities to get in behind the coming Rugby League World Cup.

South Aucklanders will add colour and a festive atmosphere to the coming Rugby League World Cup.

Steel win game of two halves

Southern Steel player Jhaniele Fowler-Reid with the ball against Northern Stars GK Sulu Fitzpatrick, left.

The Southern Steel juggernaut rolls on with an 82-58 win over the Northern Stars.

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