'You are too late, she is no more'

The murder trial of Jiwan Ram is underway at the High Court at Auckland. Ram, pictured, is accused of killing Bimla Wati.

Jiwan Ram was "proud" of killing partner Bimla Wati, niece tells court.

The changing face of Ponsonby

Oliver Driver at his bar Harry on Ponsonby Rd, the suburb he has lived in for 23 years.

Ponsonby is changing with the rest of Auckland, but are there more dicks?

West Auckland home sells for twice CV

6 St Margaret Place, West Harbour, which sold for $896,000, almost twice its CV of $475k.

Two determined bidders drove the price of 6 St Margaret Place to 89 per cent above CV.

Port not a car yard - iwi

Car imports at the Ports of Auckland (pictured) could be moved to Whangarei, the iwi Ngati Whatua say.

Calls to move car imports away from the Ports of Auckland backed by Ngati Whatua.

SkyCity ditches 'zero hours'

SkyCity Auckland has agreed to abolish "zero hour" contracts for its nearly 3500 waged staff.

SkyCity Auckland staff on collective agreements guaranteed set amount of weekly hours.

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Lawyer's conduct 'disgraceful'

Auckland lawyer Boon Gunn Hong has been found guilty of misconduct by the Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal.

A controversial Auckland lawyer has once again been found guilty of misconduct.

Alfriston College compete in two national finals

Alfriston College band Reciprocate are rehearsing for the national Rockquest and Pacifica Beats finals.

SkyCity ditches 'zero hours'

Exercise fun for Father's Day

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Grand final spot booked for Eastern Suburbs

Suburbs' Damien Mosquera shows his footwork.

The Chatham Cup is within Eastern Suburbs' reach after a dominant semifinal display

Win or bust for Lynn Avon

Lynn Avon's Hanjaar Kidiwala scored a hat-trick to keep his side alive in the second division.

Relegation woes trouble clubs as season draws to a close

Waitakere goes down in '12 minutes of madness'

Centre-back Sammy Khan has played superbly for Waitakere City in what was a disappointing season, player-coach Jake Butler says.

A lack of strike power has seen Waitakere City's premier football side sent down to division one.

Pukekohe netballers keen to hold court

Pukekohe High School's premier netball team are focused on finishing in the top six at the Upper North Island Secondary Schools (UNISS) Tournament this week. Here Shaye Murray, back left, Geffrina Sinisa, Bailee Waller, Georgia Lusty, Katelin Bignell, coach Vicki Morgan, Ma'u Isileli-Fo'ou, front left, MaCauley Newson, Phoebe Kempton and Jojo Coleman celebrate winning the recent Counties Manukau Secondary Schools Netball Competition ahead of the UNISS tournament.

The Pukekohe High School premier netball team is pumped for the Upper North Island Secondary Schools (UNISS) Tournament which started on Monday. 

Hukatai itching for game time

Ngataua Hukatai was a member of the 2014 National Youth Competition (NYC) champion Junior Warriors before he signed with the Counties Manukau Steelers.

League convert Ngataua Hukatai will try his hand at sevens if a Super Rugby contract does not come his way.

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