Auckland house prices stall

Barfoot & Thompson says house prices could resume their rise in spring

More signs relief for Auckland home buyers is on the way.

Bodybuilder jailed for kidnap

A bodybuilder has been sentenced in the High Court at Auckland, for kidnapping his friend.

The bodybuilder organised the abduction so he could force his friend to take the blame for a drug bust.

What's On Auckland: Weekend Fun

Tim Finn will take audiences on a journey of discovery with his White Cloud piece.

5:00 AM  Check out our weekly guide of things you can do in Auckland this weekend. From galleries to concerts and markets to museums, there's something for everyone here.

Amputee tackles NY marathon

Ian Winson uses prosthetic legs to cycle on his training bike. A foot-crank cycle will arrive from Germany for him to use at the New York Marathon.

A man who lost both his legs in a horrific explosion four years ago is taking on the New York marathon.

Big buses double-edged sword video

Double decker buses will be commonplace on busy Mt Eden Road in coming months.

Mt Eden business owners' reactions mixed about new double-decker buses.

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'This isn't a damn porno'

Pretty Ricky performing in Christchurch on Saturday night.

Band members yelled at women to "take their panties off" on stage at Auckland's Pretty Ricky concert.

What's On: Doggy day out

Get your dog's tail wagging with some canine socialising, a good bit of exercise and a treat at the end for good behaviour.

What's On: Lost and Found

SPORT: Otahuhu squeak into semis


Harbour NPC games dearest in region

North Harbour Stadium has some of the highest prices in the country for ITM Cup rugby.

North Harbour fans are paying more than their rugby neighbours when it comes to supporting their ITM Cup team.

SPORT: Otahuhu squeak into semis

Roger Tuivasa-Sheck inspired Otahuhu College to victory over St Paul's in 2011.

Otahuhu College is in the final of the national secondary school rugby league final tomorrow.

Mt Albert and Pt Chevalier head to war

Pt Chevalier fullback Siua Otonuku with coach Grant Pocklington after they took the title off Mt Albert in 2013.

Defending champions Pt Chevalier will face off against the Mt Albert Lions in their third straight Fox Memorial final.

Cyclist breaks record in Kazakhstan

Holly White with her medal from the UCI Juniors Track World Championships in Kazakhstan.

A secondary school track cyclist from Auckland has given the world track records a shake up.

World rankings for kickboxers

Hibiscus Coast MMA & Thai Kickboxing Gym fighters Ryhme Loto and Crystal Cook brought home medals for New Zealand from the 2015 IFMA Youth World Cup in Thailand.

Ryhme Loto and Crystal Cook overcame the world's best fighters at the 2015 IFMA Youth World Cup in Thailand to medal for New Zealand.

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