Corpse unlikely to be local - police

At 11am on Friday, police remove the decomposed body of an unknown person at Te Atawhai Whenua Reserve on Waiheke Island.

Police are still working to formally identify the man found dead in the bush at Te Atawhai Whenua Reserve on Waiheke Island last week.

Insulation experiment looks to expand

Matthew Cutler-Welsh says healthy houses are insulated houses.

Matthew Cutler-Welsh has insulated the roof of a 1920s Auckland house using donated material that was bound for the rubbish tip.

Arrest after AOS call-out

A man has been arrested following an Armed Offenders Squad stand-off in south Auckland on Wednesday morning.

Boobs on Bikes is back

Boobs on Bikes promotes the upcoming Erotica Show and often attracts protests

Pornographer Steve Crow's controversial city centre parade of breasts will again ruffle feathers in Auckland.

Rates arrears woman won't go

Charlotte Marsh, outside the her Manurewa home, which was sold over unpaid rates.

Charlotte Marsh is standing firm despite her house sale, while Auckland Council pursues its next unpaid rates case.

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Ramping up to break the cycle

Pillars chief executive Verna McFelin and patron Sir Pita Sharples at the opening of Pillars' new office in Manukau.

0 min ago  PillarsĀ aims to increase its mentoring service tenfold over the next five years.

One dead in New Lynn crash

8 min ago  A man has died after a car accident in the Auckland suburb of New Lynn this afternoon.

Fatal fire damages two homes

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Young clay shooters on target

Tauraroa Area School took out the highest overall team award at the 2015 Northland Secondary Schools Clay Target Competition.

The winners of the 2015 Northland Secondary Schools Clay Target competition were found on September 5.

Wallabies give Horne every chance

Waisea Nayacalevu of Fiji takes on Michael Hooper (left) and Rob Horne of Australia.

Coach Michael Chieka hopeful injured wing will remain with squad for the rest of the World Cup.

Mean Hands proudly Avondale-bred

Kali Meehan beat one of the country's best fighters Shane Cameron, right, last November – but time will tell if the 45-year-old still has what it takes.

The upcoming fight with New Zealand's heavyweight champion Joseph Parker will be a special occasion for Kali Meehan.

Marist rise and then fall

Marist's Kirsty Lakay takes a swing.

Marist women's softball title defence got off to a fair start in the first two games of the Auckland Fastpitch season.

Rogers set to let loose on Targa

All- wheel drive means David Rogers can fly around the corners in his Mitsubishi Evolution 10.

The clock isĀ ticking down to New Zealand's ultimate road race with driver David Rogers looking to push the limits.

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