Shot man claimed to have gun gallery video

David Cerven called 111 and asked for police on Sunday night, who arrived at Myers Park and began to talk to him.

Police have shot dead a man, who was wanted for three armed robberies in a week, as he advanced on them claiming to have a gun.

$15,000 fine for birds' nests

A man was fined $15,000 for trying to sneak bird's nests into the country.

A North Shore man was fined $15,000 for trying to illegally import a Chinese delicacy.

Connor Morris trial begins

Accused Michael Murray at the High Court in Auckland.

Connor Morris was killed with a sickle, swung point-first with "some force" into the side of his head, the Crown says.

'Help me. I've been kidnapped' video

Police have fears for LA Tukerangi - believed to be being held against her will.

3 min ago  The mother of a 15-year-old girl allegedly being held by a career criminal says she is beside herself with worry.

Roll growth a concern

Glendowie College principal Richard Dykes knows some significant developments will be needed to cater for future role growth.

The property market is not the only sector that's booming in Auckland, school age population is increasing dramatically.

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Fish dumping incident investigated

A "slick of snapper" was spotted floating on the surface near Hen and Chicken Islands.

0 min ago  Reports of a slick of fish floating on the surface near Hen and Chicken Islands are being investigated by the Ministry for Primary Industries.

Ramps and handrails on the list gallery

3:49 PM  A group from Calvary Chapel in Whangarei are trying to raise funds for materials to help people with disabilities in Tonga

Lexi goes back to school gallery

Police disappointed with rural drink drivers

Sport

Flame goes out on sevens career

Logan Martin says playing sevens for Fire Service has allowed him to travel the world with "a great group of guys".

2:46 PM  The captain of the New Zealand Fire Service sevens side is retiring on top of the world.

Springs progress, Suburbs out in women's football

Western Springs AFC moved into the semi-finals of the ASB Women's Knockout Cup via a dramatic 3-2 extra-time victory.

This tackle from Springs Rebecca O'Neill on Suburbs Jacqueline Hand earned Suburbs a penalty and subsequent goal.

Around the football grounds with Jeremy Ruane

Springs advance in the ASB Women's Knockout Cup while central Auckland teams taste success in the men's division.

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