The cheapest house in Auckland?

There's room for improvement but it's ready to be lived in, says its real estate agent.

5:07 AM  It's "almost the end of an era", price-wise.

She walked 3000km

Overlooking Lake Hawea on the Te Araroa trail.

Shelley started the Te Araroa trail on her 36th birthday in September last year, and last week completed her journey.

'We're more than violent thugs'

Anastasia Tuakau said she hoped the video would overcome stereotypes about Pacific Island youths.

A group of students from south Auckland are challenging stereotypes about Pacific Island youth with a video posted on YouTube. 

Magic far too strong for Stars

Magic midcourter Grace Rasmussen fires off a pass under pressure from Stars defender Kayla Cullen.

The Waikato-BOP Magic notched a second 20-goal win in as many days against the Stars.

Prison guards in fear

The officers were injured in an attack at Auckland Prison in October.

Six Corrections officers have grave concerns for their safety after their files were found in the cell of a gang member. 

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Mark it, get it back

Recent thefts from building sites include tools and building equipment right through to complete house loads of fittings.

Police have started a free engraving service so stolen power tools can be returned.

Towns may lose rural ambience

An influx of more than 33,000 new immigrants a year into Auckland will affect the city fringes.

Weird summer weather but grape quality high

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Magic far too strong for Stars

Magic midcourter Grace Rasmussen fires off a pass under pressure from Stars defender Kayla Cullen.

The Waikato-BOP Magic notched a second 20-goal win in as many days against the Stars.

Bombay back in control

Ardmore Marist player Jonathan Taumateine goes to ground playing against Papakura.

Bombay put horror performance behind them to claim Counties Power Cup.

Toil leads to titles

Pearl Dawson Trophy winners Takapuna Ponies

Takapuna Ponies' successful season three years in the making.

Pulse pip Mystics on Super Sunday

Catherine Tuivaiti of the Pulse played well against her old team, the Mystics.

The Central Pulse edged the Northern Mystics 56-55 to give the ANZ Premiership's opening day a thrilling finish.

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